Meaghan Monaghan, Assistant Conservator, Paintings

Meaghan Monaghan

Assistant Conservator, Paintings

Meaghan Monaghan is responsible for the conservation of paintings in the collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario. She earned a BA in Fine Arts with minors in Biology and Art History from Mount Allison University. In 2010 she received a Master of Art Conservation from Queen’s University. Before joining the AGO Conservation Department in 2017, she served as Assistant Conservator of Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Canada; Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore; Samuel H. Kress Fellow at Statens Museum for Kunst, Denmark; and Post-graduate Fellow in Painting Conservation at the Yale University Art Gallery. Meaghan also held internships as part of her conservation studies at the Canadian Conservation Institute, Australian Museum, and Owens Art Gallery.

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