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La chimica nel restauro
Author: Mauro Matteini, Arcangelo Moles
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ISBN: 8840440070
Pages: 379
Year: 1989
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Chemistry for Restoration. Painting and Restoration Materials
Author: Mauro Matteini, Rocco Mazzeo, Arcangelo Moles
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ISBN: 8840444505
Pages: 372
Year: 2016
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Science and Conservation for Museum Collection
Author: Bruno Fabbri
Publisher: Nardini Editore
ISBN: 8840442189
Pages: 472
Year: 2017-06-06
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The idea of the book “Science and Conservation for Museum Collections” was born as a result of the experience made by CNR-ISTEC (Faenza) in the implementation of a course for Syrian restorers at the National Museum in Damascus. The book takes into consideration archaeological artefacts made out of the most common materials, like stones (both natural and artificial), mosaics, ceramics, glass, metals, wood and textiles, together with less diffuse artefacts and materials, like clay tablets, goldsmith artefacts, icons, leather and skin objects, bones and ivory, coral and mother of pearl. Each type of material is treated from four different points of view: composition and processing technology; alteration and degradation causes and mechanisms; procedures for conservative intervention; case studies and/or examples of conservation and restoration. Due to the high number of materials and to the great difference between their conservation problems, all the subjects are treated in a schematic, but precise and complete way. The book is mainly addressed to students, young restorers, conservators and conservation scientists all around the world. But the book can be usefully read by expert professionals too, because nobody can know everything and the experts often need to learn something of the materials not included in their specific knowledge. Twenty- two experts in very different fields of activity contributed with their experience for obtaining a good product. All they are Italian experts, or working in Italy, so that the book can be seen as an exemplification on how the conservation problem of Cultural Heritage is received and tackled in Italy. —————————————————— SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION FOR MUSEUM COLLECTIONS INTRODUCTION 1 – PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION 1.1 Introduction 1.2 International standards and guidelines 1.3 Environment-material interaction 1.4 Microclimate and monitoring 1.5 Handling works of art 1.6 Exhibition criteria 1.7 MUSA project: intermuseum network for conservation of artistic heritage Bibliography Acknowledgements 2 – STONE ARTEFACTS 2.1 What conservation means 2.2 Natural Stones 2.3 Artificial stones 2.4 Deterioration of the stone 2.5 Cleaning of stone artefacts 2.6 Consolidation and Protection 2.7 Case studies Bibliography 3 – MOSAICS 3.1 Manufacturing techniques 3.2 History of the mosaic 3.3 Degradation of mosaic 3.4 Restoration of mosaics 3.5 Case study Bibliography 4 – CERAMICS 4.1 Ceramic technology 4.2 Technological classification of ceramics 4.3 Alteration and degradation processes 4.4 Ceramic conservation and restoration 4.5 Case studies 4.6 Examples of restoration Bibliography Acknowledgements 5 – CLAY TABLETS 5.1 Defnition 5.2 Deterioration 5.3 Conservative intervention 5.4 Case study: Syrian tablets Bibliography Acknowledgements 6 – GLASS 6.1 General information 6.2 Processing techniques 6.3 Glass deterioration 6.4 Glass conservation and restoration 6.5 Case studies Bibliography Acknowledgements 7 – METALS 7.1 Origin of metals 7.2 Manufacturing techniques 7.3 Conservation state of metals 7.4 Conservative intervention for metals 7.5 Case studies: Recovery of metallic artefacts from terracotta containers Bibliography Acknowledgements 8 – GOLDSMITH ARTEFACTS 8.1 Goldsmith’s metals 8.2 Enamels 8.3 Precious stones 8.4 Alteration and degradation 8.5 Conservative intervention 8.6 Case studies Bibliography 9 – WOOD ARTEFACTS 9.1 Characteristics of the wood 9.2 Working techniques 9.3 Degradation of wood 9.4 How to start restoring 9.5 Restoration of a small inlaid table 9.6 Restoration of a commemorating wooden tablet 9.7 The restoration of a seventeenth-century wooden crucifix Bibliography 10 – ICONS 10.1 The construction of icons 10.2 Degradation and damages of icons 10.3 Methods of conservation and restoration of icons 10.4 Examples of conservative interventions Bibliography 11 – TEXTILE FINDS 11.1 Morphology, characteristics and properties of textiles 11.2 Decay of textile fibres 11.3 Conservation treatments of archaeological textiles 11.4 Conservation practice: two case histories Bibliography Acknowledgements 12 – LEATHER AND ANIMAL SKIN OBJECTS 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Skin 12.3 The tanning process 12.4 Parchment 12.5 Leather degradation 12.6 Conservative intervention 12.7 Examples of conservative interventions Bibliography 13 – INORGANIC MATERIALS OF ORGANIC ORIGIN 13.1 The materials 13.2 The restoration operations 13.3 Cases of study Bibliography Acknowledgements 14 – ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 14.1 General information 14.2 Optical microscopy 14.3 Spectroscopic techniques 14.4 Radiochemical techniques 14.5 Chromatography 14.6 Electron microscopy 14.7 Thermal analyses 14.8 Open porosity measurements 14.9 Analysis of microbial colonization Bibliography Acknowledgements
The Chemistry of Love
Author: Michael R. Liebowitz
Publisher: Berkley
ISBN: 0425069893
Pages: 213
Year: 1984
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A teaching and research psychiatrist uses case histories to illustrate the workings of the brain and mind during emotional states and new ways of helping people who suffer from love, rejection, and depression
Science and Conservation for Museum Collection
Author: Bruno Fabbri
Publisher: Nardini Editore
ISBN: 8840442189
Pages: 472
Year: 2017-06-06
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The idea of the book “Science and Conservation for Museum Collections” was born as a result of the experience made by CNR-ISTEC (Faenza) in the implementation of a course for Syrian restorers at the National Museum in Damascus. The book takes into consideration archaeological artefacts made out of the most common materials, like stones (both natural and artificial), mosaics, ceramics, glass, metals, wood and textiles, together with less diffuse artefacts and materials, like clay tablets, goldsmith artefacts, icons, leather and skin objects, bones and ivory, coral and mother of pearl. Each type of material is treated from four different points of view: composition and processing technology; alteration and degradation causes and mechanisms; procedures for conservative intervention; case studies and/or examples of conservation and restoration. Due to the high number of materials and to the great difference between their conservation problems, all the subjects are treated in a schematic, but precise and complete way. The book is mainly addressed to students, young restorers, conservators and conservation scientists all around the world. But the book can be usefully read by expert professionals too, because nobody can know everything and the experts often need to learn something of the materials not included in their specific knowledge. Twenty- two experts in very different fields of activity contributed with their experience for obtaining a good product. All they are Italian experts, or working in Italy, so that the book can be seen as an exemplification on how the conservation problem of Cultural Heritage is received and tackled in Italy. —————————————————— SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION FOR MUSEUM COLLECTIONS INTRODUCTION 1 – PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION 1.1 Introduction 1.2 International standards and guidelines 1.3 Environment-material interaction 1.4 Microclimate and monitoring 1.5 Handling works of art 1.6 Exhibition criteria 1.7 MUSA project: intermuseum network for conservation of artistic heritage Bibliography Acknowledgements 2 – STONE ARTEFACTS 2.1 What conservation means 2.2 Natural Stones 2.3 Artificial stones 2.4 Deterioration of the stone 2.5 Cleaning of stone artefacts 2.6 Consolidation and Protection 2.7 Case studies Bibliography 3 – MOSAICS 3.1 Manufacturing techniques 3.2 History of the mosaic 3.3 Degradation of mosaic 3.4 Restoration of mosaics 3.5 Case study Bibliography 4 – CERAMICS 4.1 Ceramic technology 4.2 Technological classification of ceramics 4.3 Alteration and degradation processes 4.4 Ceramic conservation and restoration 4.5 Case studies 4.6 Examples of restoration Bibliography Acknowledgements 5 – CLAY TABLETS 5.1 Defnition 5.2 Deterioration 5.3 Conservative intervention 5.4 Case study: Syrian tablets Bibliography Acknowledgements 6 – GLASS 6.1 General information 6.2 Processing techniques 6.3 Glass deterioration 6.4 Glass conservation and restoration 6.5 Case studies Bibliography Acknowledgements 7 – METALS 7.1 Origin of metals 7.2 Manufacturing techniques 7.3 Conservation state of metals 7.4 Conservative intervention for metals 7.5 Case studies: Recovery of metallic artefacts from terracotta containers Bibliography Acknowledgements 8 – GOLDSMITH ARTEFACTS 8.1 Goldsmith’s metals 8.2 Enamels 8.3 Precious stones 8.4 Alteration and degradation 8.5 Conservative intervention 8.6 Case studies Bibliography 9 – WOOD ARTEFACTS 9.1 Characteristics of the wood 9.2 Working techniques 9.3 Degradation of wood 9.4 How to start restoring 9.5 Restoration of a small inlaid table 9.6 Restoration of a commemorating wooden tablet 9.7 The restoration of a seventeenth-century wooden crucifix Bibliography 10 – ICONS 10.1 The construction of icons 10.2 Degradation and damages of icons 10.3 Methods of conservation and restoration of icons 10.4 Examples of conservative interventions Bibliography 11 – TEXTILE FINDS 11.1 Morphology, characteristics and properties of textiles 11.2 Decay of textile fibres 11.3 Conservation treatments of archaeological textiles 11.4 Conservation practice: two case histories Bibliography Acknowledgements 12 – LEATHER AND ANIMAL SKIN OBJECTS 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Skin 12.3 The tanning process 12.4 Parchment 12.5 Leather degradation 12.6 Conservative intervention 12.7 Examples of conservative interventions Bibliography 13 – INORGANIC MATERIALS OF ORGANIC ORIGIN 13.1 The materials 13.2 The restoration operations 13.3 Cases of study Bibliography Acknowledgements 14 – ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 14.1 General information 14.2 Optical microscopy 14.3 Spectroscopic techniques 14.4 Radiochemical techniques 14.5 Chromatography 14.6 Electron microscopy 14.7 Thermal analyses 14.8 Open porosity measurements 14.9 Analysis of microbial colonization Bibliography Acknowledgements
Non solo "ri-restauri" per la durabilità dell'arte
Author: Pietro Segala, Dario Benedetti, Ruggero Boschi, Stefania Bossi, Carlotta Coccoli, Renato Giangualano, Carlo Minelli, Sabrina Salvadori
Publisher: Nardini Editore
ISBN: 8840442146
Pages: 165
Year: 2017-06-03
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Facendo tesoro delle indicazioni di Giovanni Urbani (direttore dell’ICR dal 1973 al 1983) gli autori hanno cercato di proporre azioni coerenti che consentano di attivare le condizioni della duratura conservazione dell’arte, anche per ridurne sempre più i bisogni di sempre più frequenti nuovi restauri: “ri-restauri”, appunto. L’ebook è stato redatto dall’Istituto Mnemosyne di Brescia. indice • PRESENTAZIONE: Manutenzione e prevenzione per la conservazione dell’arte • PREMESSA: Un “Istituto” per la durabilità dei materi ali di storia e d’arte • APERTURA: “Solo è senza virtù chi non la vuole” • INTRODUZIONE: Per noi, nuovi vandali, “sono soltanto pietre” • 1. L’EMERGENZA PIÙ MISCONOSCIUTA: LE CONDIZIONI DELLA DURABILITÀ DEI MATERIALI DI STORIA E D’ARTE • 2. LA “COMPLESSITÀ” DEI TERRITORI UMANIZZATI • 3. PRIORITÀ AL CONTESTO • 4. IL RESTAURO: TALVOLTA “RIVELA”, DI RADO “CONSERVA” • 5. LE CONDIZIONI DELLA DURABILITÀ DEI MATERIALI DI STORIA E D’ARTE • 6. LE ESPERIENZE EUROPEE DI PREVENZIONE PER LA DURABILITÀ • 7. LE PROSPETTIVE DELLA DURABILITÀ • 8.I PROCESSI DELLA DURABILITÀ • 9. SENZA SALVAGUARDIA LA VALORIZZAZIONE SI TRADUCE IN DISTRUZIONE • 10. ALLEGATI • 11. DOCUMENTI pagine 165, illustrazioni a colori
Conservation of Wall Paintings
Author: Paolo Mora, Laura Mora, Paul Philippot
Publisher: London ; Toronto ; Butterworths
ISBN: 0408108126
Pages: 494
Year: 1984
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Degrado dei materiali lapidei
Author: Francesca Cardinali
Publisher: Nardini Editore
ISBN: 8840404090
Pages: 87
Year: 2013
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In Italia, dal 2005, la professoressa Assunta Marrocchi, del Dipartimento di Chimica dell’Università di Perugia, e la professoressa Maria Laura Santarelli, dell’Università “Sapienza” di Roma e membro del CISTeC (Centro di Ricerca in Scienza e Tecnica per la Conservazione del Patrimonio Storico-Architettonico), stanno portando avanti un ampio progetto di ricerca che prevede lo sviluppo e l’applicazione di una nanotecnologia innovativa, eco-compatibile, non-invasiva ed efficiente di prevenzione/controllo del danno dovuto al fenomeno della cristallizzazione salina nei materiali lapidei, indotto soprattutto dalla presenza di umidità di risalita capillare e adatto a differenti casi di conservazione. Il metodo è basato sull’uso di inibitori di natura organica, solubili in acqua e/o alcol, che garantiscono una compatibilità elevata sia nei confronti del manufatto che ambientale – particolarmente adatti al campo dei Beni Culturali dove deve essere garantita e assicurata l’integrità e l’originalità della materia, pervenendo a eliminare le conseguenze e, se possibile, anche le cause del degrado. Il libro, dopo una presentazione tecnica generale dei materiali lapidei e delle varie tipologie di degrado, con particolare attenzione alla presenza di sali solubili, espone i principi dell’inibizione di cristallizzazione salina, lo stato dell’arte e illustra lo studio dell’efficacia di due nuovi potenziali inibitori organici della cristallizzazione su un materiale lapideo opportunamente selezionato, il tufo. In particolare viene preso in considerazione uno dei sali più dannosi, il solfato di sodio. È presentato inoltre lo studio chemiometrico dei dati sperimentali, per razionalizzare l’applicazione ai diversi casi di degrado indotto dai sali. Sono riportati anche i dati sperimentali relativi a un’applicazione in situ al Tempio di Veiove, tempio romano situato all’interno dei Musei Capitolini, e del quale vengono presentati, dopo l’inquadramento storico dell’area del Tempio, i vari interventi conservativi effettuati. La pubblicazione riporta una delle tesi di laurea vincitrici del Premio Giovanni Urbani-Menmosyne. INDICE: CAPITOLO 1 – Il degrado del materiale lapideo 1.1 Generalità 1.3 Il degrado 1.3.1 L’acqua 1.3.2 La risalita capillare 1.4 La cristallizzazione salina 1.5 Metodologie di intervento Bibliografia CAPITOLO 2 – Gli inibitori organici della cristallizzazione salina 2.1 Introduzione 2.2 Principio di azione 2.3 Stato dell’arte 2.4 Materiali e metodi 2.5 Risultati e discussione 2.6 Conclusioni Bibliografia CAPITOLO 3 – Analisi chemiometrica 3.1 Introduzione 3.2 La PCA (Principal Component Analysis) 3.3 La chemiometria e i Beni Culturali 3.4 Trattamento dei dati sperimentali 3.5 Risultati e discussione 3.6 Conclusioni CAPITOLO 4 – Caso-studio: il Tempio di Veiove a Roma 4.1 Il Campidoglio 4.2 Cenni sulla religione romana 4.3 Il culto del dio Veiove 4.3.1 Il Tempio sul Campidoglio 4.3.2 La riscoperta e lo stato attuale 4.4 Applicazione in situ del sistema inibitore selezionato Bibliografia
Mobili Veneziani - Armadi Cassettoni
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Publisher: DI BAIO EDITORE
ISBN: 8874990308
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Blu. Banca dati comparativa tra materiali moderni e antichi nel restauro dei dipinti
Author: Annamaria Giovagnoli
Publisher: Nardini Editore
ISBN: 8840404201
Pages: 76
Year: 2017-06-07
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Questa pubblicazione Š stata pensata per un pubblico di operatori del settore di restauro che quotidianamente devono affrontare il problema della conoscenza delle opere a loro affidate senza il sostegno dato dal raffronto costante con gli esperti scientifici o dall’ausilio di analisi diagnostiche complesse. Inoltre si  pensato di fornire uno strumento metodologico per un iter diagnostico semplice che permetta di ridurre al minimo i campionamenti ottenendo al contempo dati esaurienti. Il lavoro, come verrˆ descritto in seguito, scaturito da un progetto di ricerca, ha lo scopo di condividere con quanti operano nel settore della conservazione e del restauro i risultati che la sperimentazione, avviata presso il Centro di Conservazione e Restauro ‘La Venaria Reale’ e supportata economicamente dalla Regione Piemonte, ha permesso di acquisire in termini di ottimizzazione delle procedure di analisi, di utilizzo delle strumentazioni e di riscontro diretto con le analisi effettuate su opere e su campioni reali. Questo volume  il primo numero di una collana dedicata ai diversi pigmenti, pensata in continuo e costante aggiornamento via via che la sperimentazione, sulla quale si basa, procede. Ecco quindi la scelta di un e-book; questo strumento infatti  apparso proprio il pi adatto e versatile per la facilitˆ di accesso e la semplicitˆ di aggiornamento considerando che la sperimentazione (e quindi la banca dati ad essa collegata)  una attivitˆ in fieri, dalla quale potranno emergere dati nuovi e significativi che potranno essere inseriti agilmente nell’e-book. A questa prima divulgazione, incentrata sullo studio di alcuni pigmenti storici, in particolare il Lapislazzuli, l’Azzurrite e lo Smaltino, dovranno seguire gli studi su tutti gli altri pigmenti blu e su quelli di differenti cromie. INDICE CAPITOLO 1 – INTRODUZIONE ILLUSTRATIVA SUL PROGETTO CE.R.MA. 1 – Il progetto CE.R.MA. – Centro per la Ricerca sui Materiali Pittorici. Costruzione di una banca dati comparativa tra materiali moderni e antichi nel restauro dei dipinti 1.1 – Il primo obiettivo del progetto: lo studio dei pigmenti La preparazione dei provini 1.2 – Strumenti e metodi 1.2.1 – Le indagini multispettrali Ripresa nel visibile Ripresa in fluorescenza ultravioletta (UV) Ripresa in infrarosso falso colore da 500 nm a 950 nm e 1100 nm ed in infrarosso bianco-nero a 950 nm e 1100 nm 1.2.2 – Le indagini di laboratorio 1.3 – La creazione della banca dati CAPITOLO 2 – I pigmenti blu 2.1 – La descrizione morfologica e la caratterizzazione dei pigmenti 2.1.1 – Lapislazuli o Oltremare naturale Fluorescenza X Spettrofotometria infrarossa Diffrazione di raggi X su polveri (XRD) Analisi multispettrali 2.1.2 – L’Azzurrite Fluorescenza X Spettroscopia Infrarossa Diffrazione di raggi X su polveri (XRD) Analisi multispettrali 2.1.3 – Lo Smaltino Fluorescenza X Spettroscopia Infrarossa Diffrazione di raggi X su polveri (XRD) Analisi multispettrali 2.1.4 – Gli spettri di riflettanza 2.1.5 – Caratteristiche a confronto 2.1.6 – L’impiego dei pigmenti blu nella pittura 2.1.6.1 – Un esempio di impiego dei pigmenti blu, letto attraverso le indagini non invasive Considerazioni sulla tavolozza dell’artista Considerazioni 2.1.6.2 – La compilazione della banca dati attraverso lo studio diretto sulle opere Considerazioni APPENDICE Schede storiche dei dipinti presentati Paolo Caliari, detto il Veronese, e bottega, La Regina di Saba offre doni a re Salomone Isaak Soreau, Canestra di frutta e more
Plastics in Art
Author: Friederike Waentig
Publisher: Michael Imhof Verlag
ISBN: 386568405X
Pages: 400
Year: 2008
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In this book, the development and manufacture of plastics, since the nineteenth century, is discussed within their economical and cultural context. Various plastic materials are characterized, their ageing Behavior described and conservation examples given. Finally the issue of storage is addressed. The main focus lies in recent experiences in the conservation of plastics in art. Plastic objects are ubiquitous in our daily life, and are found in a myriad of types and forms in design and art works. However, their ?modern? appearance when compared to traditional materials ? like stone, wood or ceramics ? can lead to an erroneous perception of ?permanence?, with no special need for care or conservation. The reality is different. Plastics age faster than traditional materials, and therefore it is imperative to understand. Their ageing mechanisms and conservation requirements.
Theory of Restoration
Author: Cesare Brandi
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 186
Year: 2005-01-01
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Science and Art
Author: Antonio Sgamellotti, Brunetto Giovanni Brunetti, Costanza Miliani
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1782625321
Pages:
Year: 2015-11-09
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Science and art are increasingly interconnected in the activities of the study and conservation of works of art. Science plays a key role in cultural heritage, from developing new analytical techniques for studying the art, to investigating new ways of preserving the materials for the future. For example, high resolution multispectral examination of paintings allows art historians to view underdrawings barely visible before, while the use of non-invasive and micro-sampling analytical techniques allow scientists to identify pigments and binders that help art conservators in their work. It also allows curators to understand more about how the artwork was originally painted. Through a series of case studies written by scientists together with art historians, archaeologists and conservators, Science and Art: The Painted Surface demonstrates how the cooperation between science and humanities can lead to an increased understanding of the history of art and to better techniques in conservation. The examples used in the book cover paintings from ancient history, Renaissance, modern, and contemporary art, belonging to the artistic expressions of world regions from the Far East to America and Europe. Topics covered include the study of polychrome surfaces from pre-Columbian and medieval manuscripts, the revelation of hidden images below the surface of Van Gogh paintings and conservation of acrylic paints in contemporary art. Presented in an easily readable form for a large audience, the book guides readers into new areas uncovered by the link between science and art. The book features contributions from leading institutions across the globe including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; Getty Conservation Institute; Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Firenze; National Gallery of London; Tate Britain; Warsaw Academy of Fine Art and the National Gallery of Denmark as well as a chapter covering the Thangka paintings by Nobel Prize winner Richard Ernst.
Teoría de la restauración y unidad de metodología
Author: Umberto Baldini
Publisher: Editorial NEREA
ISBN: 8489569096
Pages: 192
Year: 1997-10-01
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Issues in Contemporary Oil Paint
Author: Klaas Jan van den Berg
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319101005
Pages: 430
Year: 2014-11-10
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This volume represents 27 peer-reviewed papers presented at the ICOP 2013 symposium which will help conservators and curators recognise problems and interpret visual changes on paintings, which in turn give a more solid basis for decisions on the treatment of these paintings. The subject matter ranges from developments of paint technology, working methods of individual artists, through characterisation of paints and paint surfaces, paint degradation vs. long time stability, to observations of issues in collections, cleaning and other treatment issues as well as new conservation approaches.

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