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Carlos Moya, [PA]

Artex Fine Art Services
Paintings Conservator
Landover, MD
Carlos Moya, born in Philadelphia in 1985 and raised by Cuban immigrants, graduated from the University of Delaware with a double major in art conservation and fine arts in 2007 and received a Master's in Science from Winter/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation in 2012. In 2010 he helped lead a preservation study of a twelfth century Buddhist mural in Fengguo Temple in Yixian, China under the direction of Susan Buck. In 2011 Carlos spent two months working in the paintings conservation department at the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid, assisting with a variety of projects pertaining to seventeenth century paintings and leading a workshop on thread-by-thread tear mending. He worked at the Yale University Art Gallery from 2011 to 2014; notable projects include the restoration and reinstallation of a group of early twentieth century decorative murals from the Fifth Avenue Gilded Age mansion of Collis P. Huntington as well as the treatment of Yale’s Piero di Cosimo altarpiece. Most recently, Carlos has accepted a position as an associate paintings conservator for the Washington, D.C. branch of Artex Fine Art Services.