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Cranmer Art Conservation average salary is $52,587, median salary is $56,000 with a salary range from $45,760 to $56,000.
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Art Conservator 56,000-56,000 New York, NY, 10001 2010 Cranmer Art Conservation Art Conservator Salaries (2)
Cranmer Art Conservation New York, NY Salaries
Museum Technicians & Conservators 45,760-45,760 New York, NY, 10001 2010 Cranmer Art Conservation Museum Technicians & Conservators Salaries (1)
Cranmer Art Conservation New York, NY Salaries
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Cranmer Art Conservation Information
  • Cranmer Art Conservation Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: New York, NY
  • Founded in 1988 by Dana Cranmer, Cranmer Art Conservation specializes in modern and contemporary artwork. Our philosophy is to give every painting that enters the studio the same care, and attention we would give works by major artists and to carry out every treatment to museum-quality standards. At the same time, our philosophy favors a light-touch and minimum-impact approach to maintain the delicate balance between restoring a work of art and interfering with the artist's intention. CAC provides conservation services with techniques and materials specifically geared towards solving the problems of contemporary and 20th century artwork, and offers unique understanding