Sarah Hillary

Sarah Hillary is principal conservator at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and specialises in the study of historical artist's techniques. She has published research on Colin McCahon, Rita Angus and Frances Hodgkins, and international artists James Tissot and Guido Reni. She has also been involved in curating exhibitions about artist techniques, and she is a practising artist.

Books
Apr 8, 2021

The painstaking work of restoring a painting stolen at gunpoint

The fascinating, satisfying work of righting a terrible wrong.

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