Old Master Prints and Drawings: A Guide to Preservation and Conservation

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OLD MASTER PRINTS AND DRAWINGS
A Guide to Preservation and Conservation

Carlo James Caroline Corrigan Marie Christine Enshaian Marie Rose Greca

translated and edited by

Marjorie B. Cohn

AMSTERDAM UNIVERSITY PRESS 1997

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Colophon iv
  • Preface vi
  • Introduction VIII
  • Table of Contents X
  • Abbreviations XIII
  • -- Part One -- the Material Character of the Work of Art on Paper 1
  • I - Collectors and Mountings 2
  • II - Paper 59
  • III - Drawing Techniques 61
  • IV - Print Techniques 86
  • V - Visual Identification of Graphic Techniques and Their Supports 116
  • Part Two - Preservation 137
  • VI - The History of Preservation of Works of Art on Paper 138
  • VII - Curatorial Care Today 175
  • VIII - Technical Problems in Preservation 178
  • Part Three - Conservation 189
  • IX - The History of Conservation 190
  • X - Concerns of the Curator and Concerns of the Conservator 215
  • Part Four - Specific Conservation Techniques 223
  • XI - The Constituent Materials of Paper 225
  • XII - Analytical Methods 234
  • XIII - Cleaning 236
  • XIV - Removal of Old Mountings and Linings 249
  • XV - Stain Removal 262
  • XVI - Bleaching 264
  • XVII - Deacidification and Alkaline Reserve 278
  • XVIII - Adhesives 287
  • XIX - Consolidation and Integration 293
  • XX - Lining 300
  • XXI - Integration of Colors 301
  • Selected Bibliography 306
  • Reproduction References 311
  • Index 313
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