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by Marion F. (ed.) Mecklenburg

Download Art in Transit: Handbook for Packing and Transporting Paintings ePub
  • ISBN 0894681656
  • ISBN13 978-0894681653
  • Language English
  • Author Marion F. (ed.) Mecklenburg
  • Publisher Natl Gallery of Art; Not Indicated edition (June 1, 1991)
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  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Painting
  • Size ePub 1193 kb
  • Size Fb2 1861 kb
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Art in Transit - Handbook for Packing and Transporting Paintings. Artwork for the handbook was provided by: Marion Mecklenburg, Hugh Phibbs, Michael Pierce, Mervin Richard, and Michael Skalka.

Art in Transit - Handbook for Packing and Transporting Paintings. Transit Climate Conditions. Case label translations courtesy: Hannelore Sadek, Hasenkamp; Katy Spurrell, Propileo Transport; and Amparo Torres.

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Art Restoration, Painting and Frame Restoration, before and after, Oliver Brothers Art Restoration, Boston. Examination is a series of scientific processes by which a paintings conservator collects information regarding the materials used, the technique of the painter, and what has contributed to the painting's current state. Examination is a process that has evolved with the field of conservation. ^ National Academy of Sciences.

and MERRILL, Ross M, eds Art in Transit: Handbook for Packing and Transporting Paintings. uk or e-mail the Help Desk at BRAKE, Steve ed. Circulation and Conservation. Reports from the Leicester Conference on Touring Exhibitions March 1989. Washington, DC: AAM Press, American Association of Museums. Dorge, . & Jones, S. L. (1999).

Marion F. Mecklenburg, 107-120. Control of temperature and relative humidity in packing cases. In proceedings from Art in Transit: Studies in the Transport of Paintings, ed. Marion F. Mecklenburg, 279-297. Washington DC: National Gallery of Art. Merrill, . In the service of exhibitions: the history, problems, and potential solutions of cultural materials in transit. Preprints from 16th annual AIC meeting: New Orleans. Saunders, D. 1998. Monitoring shock and vibration during the transportation of paintings. National Gallery Technical Bulletin.

Figure 2, Art in Transit Handbook, National Gallery of Art, Washington "Art in Transit," Handbook for Packing and Transporting Paintings (1991).

Figure 2, Art in Transit Handbook, National Gallery of Art, Washington. consideration before going to lesser protective methods. Packing cases for artwork. The paint films were so hard it required two staff members to unroll the film. Not only did the paint film shatter, but enough force was required to also shatter the cotton canvas. Art in Transit," Handbook for Packing and Transporting Paintings (1991). Jill Snyder, "Caring for Your Art," A Guide for Artists, Collectors, Galleries, and Art Institutions (2001). Just Paint, Issue 11.