Assistant Conservator (Paintings and Polychrome Surfaces), Treatment and Collection Care – Textiles, Paintings, Polychrome Surfaces, Heritage Furniture and Wooden Objects Division
Main areas of work and/or specializations
- restoration and conservation of easel and panel paintings
- restoration and conservation of painted heritage interiors
Marie-Hélène Nadeau holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from Concordia University with a minor in art history. In 2015, she completed a Master of Art Conservation (Paintings) from Queen’s University.
Prior to joining the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI), she completed contracts at Library and Archives Canada as a conservator in the paintings laboratory and interned at the Centre de conservation du Québec and with A.E. Henry Conservation. In 2016, she began a postgraduate internship in the fine arts laboratory at CCI, where she worked on the structural and surface restoration treatments of modern and traditional paintings.
Marie-Hélène joined CCI in 2018 as an assistant conservator, specializing in the treatment of paintings.
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