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Tobit Curteis

Following a degree in the History of Art at the University of Warwick, Tobit Curteis trained in the conservation of wall paintings at the Courtauld Institute of Art in conjunction with the Getty Conservation Institute. Since 1992 he has run a practice specialising in architectural conservation with a particular interest in the diagnosis and control of environmental deterioration in historic buildings. He works in the UK and abroad for private and institutional clients including English Heritage, the National Trust, Historic Royal Palaces, Heritage Malta and the World Monument Fund. He is an external consultant for the Building Conservation and Research Team at English Heritage and is the National Trust’s Advisor on Wall Paintings. Current projects include investigations into the environmental deterioration and control at the cathedrals of York, Canterbury, Durham, St Pauls and Westminster Abbey, and the Hypogeum Hal Saflini in Malta.

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