30 November 2008

The Conservation of Wall Paintings (1991)

Title: The Conservation of Wall Paintings: Proceedings of a Symposium Organized by the Courtauld Institute of Art and The Getty Conservation Institute
Editor: Sharon Cather
Publisher: The Getty Conservation Institute
Year: 1991
Pages: 181
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Table of contents:

Scientific and Technical Examination of the Tomb of Queen Nefertari at Thebes, Frank Preusser
Preliminary Research for the Conservation of the Brancacci Chapel, Florence, Ornella Casazza and Sabino Giovannoni
Pretreatment Examination and Documentation: The Wall Paintings of Schloß Seehof, Bamberg, Karl Ludwig Dasser
The Role of the Architectural Fabric in the Preservation of Wall Paintings, Claus Arendt
The Conservation in Situ of the Romanesque Wall Paintings of Lambach, Ivo Hammer
The Frescoes of Michelangelo on the Vault of the Sistine Chapel: Conservation Methodology, Problems, and Results, Fabrizio Mancinelli
The Frescoes of Michelangelo on the Vault of the Sistine Chapel: Original Technique and Conservation, Gianluigi Colalucci
Conservation of Central Asian Wall Painting Fragments from the Stein Collection in the British Museum, S. B. Hanna and J. K. Dinsmore
Destruction and Restoration of Campanian Mural Paintings in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Eric M. Moormann
Monitoring Wall Paintings Affected by Soluble Salts, Andreas Arnold and Konrad Zehnder
In Review: An Assessment of Florentine Methods of Wall Painting Conservation Based on the Use of Mineral Treatments, Mauro Matteini

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