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Gregory John Landrey    
23 Cragmere Road, Wilmington, DE, USA 19809    
glandrey@winterthur.org     
302-888-4729    
   
WORK EXPERIENCE  
The Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library  
Winterthur, Delaware, USA 19735  
  •  Director of Academic Affairs
9/06- Present  
    Library, Collections Management and Academic Programs                                                       
  •  Director of Conservation and Senior Conservator 
3/95 - 8/06  
  •  Senior Conservator  
7/94 - 2/95  
  •  Furniture Conservator
7/86 - 7/94  
  • Associate Furniture Conservator
3/82 - 7/86  
  • Assistant Furniture Conservator
10/79 - 2/82  
The University of Delaware  
 Newark, Delaware, USA 19716  
  • Affiliated Associate Professor WUDPAC and WPAMC1
 4/95 - Present  
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, WUDPAC
7/82 - 4/95  
The Corner Cupboard Antiques  
Strafford, Pennsylvania, USA 19087  
  • Cabinet Shop Manager
7/77- 9/79  
  • Cabinet Shop Assistant (Part Time)
1/72 - 6/77  
   
EDUCATION  
Museum Leadership Institute  
The Getty Center  
Los Angeles, California, USA 7/07  
Gettysburg College  
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA  
BA, History, 1977  9/73 - 6/77  
   
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS  

“Mrs. Oliver’s Chair”, American Colonial Society.  Publication of the proceedings of the Winterthur Furniture Forum, 2013.  Projected distribution date of July 2016.

 
 
Landrey, Gregory. “Two Card Tables: A Comparison”. Antiques and Fine Art. Summer/Autumn, 2008, pp 172-179.   
   
Landrey, Gregory and Mark Anderson. “Treatment Protocol for a 1929 Phantom I Wood Body Rolls-Royce Automobile”. Post-prints of the Wooden Artifacts Group. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC), June, 2005.  
   
Contributing author in: Rivers, S. and N. Umney. The Conservation of Furniture. London: Butterworth Heinemann, 2003.  
   
Landrey, et al. The Winterthur Guide to Caring for your Collection. Hanover, NH: The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, University Press of New England, 2000, 2009.  
   
SELECTED LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS  
“Seeing more clearly through opaque surfaces: a review of furniture finishes materials,their use and ethical considerations related to their preservation”.  Furniture Finishes: Past present and Future of Transparent Wood Coatings. Co-authored with Stephanie Auffret. Amsterdam, November 2014.  
   
“Loss Compensation for Structural Elements in Wood, Decorative Materials, Painted/Lacquered Surfaces, Including Philosophical/Ethical Issues, Theory and Practice.”  Course taught with Mecka Baumeister and Timothy Hayes at the Conservation Resources for Architectural Interiors and Furniture Training Center (CRAFT) in the Forbidden City.  Part of the Qianlong Garden conservation project supported by the Palace Museum and the World Monument Fund. Beijing, China. April  2013.  
   
“The Winterthur Museum and Gardens, From Inside to Outside: Interpretation and Conservation Challenges”, ICOM-DEMHIST and ICOM-CC Joint Conference, The Artifact, Its Context and Their Narrative. November 6-9, 2012. The Getty Conference Center, Los Angeles. Co-authored with Stephanie Auffret and Maggie Lidz. Presented by Auffret and Lidz.  Electronic publication in progress.  
   
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS  
Conservator-in-Residence, The Palace Museum, Beijing, China. September–December 2014.  
   
Board of Directors, Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve, Yorklyn, DE. 2005-present. Vice President and chair of the collections committee, Marshall Steam Museum  
   
Professional Associate member, American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC)   
   

1  The Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation and The Winterthur Program in American Material