Associate Paper Conservator
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M.A., C.A.S., The State University of New York at Buffalo
B.F.A., Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Christina Taylor’s research is focused on printmaking and print techniques. She has investigated Théodore Géricault’s experimental stone paper lithographs as well as the working methods of Louis Delsarte, Pablo Picasso, Edvard Munch, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Dan Flavin, and Jacques-Fabien Gautier d’Agoty. With a background as a printmaker, she has instructed various printmaking workshops, including Lithography for Conservators and Museum Professionals.
“Pablo Picasso’s Reduction Linocut Technique.” Index Magazine (December 1, 2021).
Taylor, Christina, Georgina Rayner, Christopher Wallace, and Katherine Eremin. “Géricault’s
Lion Devouring a Horse Stone Paper Matrix: Technical Study.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 59 (2) (April 2020): 97–110.
“Dan Flavin’s Color Relief Aquatints Printed on Handmade Paper.” Hand Papermaking 35 (2) (Winter 2020).
Taylor, Christina. “Géricault’s Stone Paper.” Index Magazine (October 25, 2018).