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Tracy L. Kamerer

Curator of the State Art Collection

Library of Virginia

HQ Phone:  (804) 692-3500

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Library of Virginia

800 East Broad Street

Richmond, Virginia,23219

United States

Company Description

The Library of Virginia (www.lva.virginia.gov), located in historic downtown Richmond, holds the world's most extensive collection of material about the Old Dominion and has been a steward of the commonwealth's documentary and printed heritage since 1823. The ... more

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Official Curator

University of Virginia


Curator

Virginia State Art Collection


Manager

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Assistant Manager of the Department of Photographic Resources

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts


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George Washington | French Sculpture Census

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Scott W. Noley, formerly at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, now chief conservator for Fine Art Conservation of Virginia, Richmond, and Tracy L. Kamerer, curator of state art collections for the Library of Virginia in Richmond, "Rediscovering an American Icon: Houdon's Washington", Colonial Williamsburg Journal, Autumn 2003 (acccessible on Colonial Williamsburg's website, http://www.history.org/foundation/journal/autumn03/houdon.cfm)


Fredericksburg.com - Studying statue's history

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Tracey Kamerer, the curator of the state art collection at the Library of Virginia, is helping UMW determine its statue's history and when it was made. The Houdon statue is considered the best likeness of Washington, Kamerer said.Recent renovations of Dodd Auditorium, which included repairing the statue, put Kamerer and UMW in touch. While looking for someone to restore the statue and help her understand its history, Kingsley contacted Kamerer.Kamerer said she will travel to Boston soon to do more research. "I'm pretty sure their plaster was made in Boston," she said."I'm suspecting it might not have been made too long before [the university] received it."She thinks it's likely a 20th-century piece.But she said her research is "not quite there yet."


Style Weekly in Richmond, Virginia

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"Transmitted to Posterity: Houndon's Portraits of Washington and Their Influence," a lecture with Tracy L. Kamerer, curator of the state art collection for the Library of Virginia, starts at noon.692-3592.


Rediscovering an American Icon: Houdon's Washington

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by Tracy L. Kamerer and Scott W. NolleyThis is an account of the collaboration between the two of us-Scott Nolley, the project's chief conservator, and Tracy Kamerer, the state art collection's curator-which developed more information about this emblem of American culture.Tracy Kamerer, curator for the Virginia state art collections, contacted Colonial Williamsburg conservators Scott Nolley and Amy Fernandez to propose the project, and their initial physical examination raised more questions than it answered.Tracy L. Kamerer is the curator of state art collections for the Library of Virginia in Richmond.


Henrico County (Virginia) Historical Society

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Tracy L. Kamerer, curator of the state art collection for the Library of Virginia, co-curator of the exhibit "Virginia Collects: Art from Capitol Square" and co-author of the companion publication A Capital Collection: Virginia's Artistic Inheritance, will offer an illustrated introduction to many of the treasures from theCommonwealth of Virginia's little-known but significant art collection.


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