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Cecil Krarup Andersen is assistant professor in paintings conservation at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK).

She graduated from The School of Conservation in Copenhagen in 2005 and received her PhD in structure and mechanics of lined paintings in 2013 from KADK. The PhD was done in collaboration with Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation in Copenhagen (CATS) and The Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute in Washington DC (MCI) under supervision of Beate Federspiel, Marion Mecklenburg, Jørgen Wadum and Mikkel Scharff.

Cecil has more than 10 years of experience as a paintings conservator from Statens Museum for Kunst, The National Museum, Krarup Konservering, Bo Kierkegaard APS, Fælleskonserveringen, Nordjyllands Amts Konserveringsværksted. Roskilde Amts Konserveringscenter and Konserveringscentret for Ribe og Ringkøbing Amter.

Her current research focuses on mechanical degradation, environment and structural treatments of paintings. 

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