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Saturday, December 7, 2013

200-hour rehab saves SAM’s prized Pollock

Nicholas Dorman, Seattle Art Museum’s chief conservator, brought Jackson Pollock’s painting “Sea Change,” seen behind him, back from harm, removing a layer of varnish that threatened to destroy it. Dorman, wearing his magnification glasses, spent a year on the project.