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Rotarians receive crash course on art restoration

March 25, 2014

Maren Romen-Naegel knows how important an eye for detail can be not only for artists, but for people like her who restore art.

She is the mother of Philippa Romen-Naegel, the Starkville Rotary Club’s current Rotary Youth Exchange student from Kalkar, Germany. Maren said while restoring a painting from Vincent Van Gogh, she and her team discovered a distinct pattern in the paint — a fingerprint.

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