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Raczkowski, Juliusz

Faculty of Fine Arts, Nicolaus Copernicus University of Toruń, Poland

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Biography

Juliusz Raczkowski, PhD, is an academic teacher and researcher in art history and heritage science; he works as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Nicolaus Copernicus University of Toruń, Poland. His studies focus on the visual arts in the State of the Teutonic Order in Prussia, with a particular emphasis on medieval architecture and interior design (architectural sculpture, mural painting, architectural details, etc.), woodcarvings, and panel painting, most notably in the context of heritage science and historic art conservation. He has authored and co-authored five scientific monographs (including those on the Apostolic Colleges in the State of the Teutonic Order in Prussia, 2013; the Toruń Polyptych, 2016; and medieval mural paintings in burghers’ houses in Toruń, 2017) and numerous articles; he has also edited eight collections of academic articles and published several reviews and polemics. The pride of place in his research (especially performed with non-invasive methods) goes to the historic conservation of Gothic art, with a particular emphasis on artistic techniques, technology, and materials science.

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