domingo, 12 de maio de 2013

Sobre a conservação de documentos gráficos

Acabaram de ser publicadas as comunicações apresentadas num colóquio sobre a conservação de documentos gráficos realizado no mês passado em Viena:

Lieve Watteeuw, Christa Hofmann (ed.), Paper Conservation: Decisions & Compromises, Wien, International Council of Museums, 2013.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.


  • Lieve Watteeuw, Introduction, p. 7
  • Dianne Lee van der Reyden, New Trends in Preservation in the Digital Age: New Roles for Conservators, p. 8
  • Uta Landwehr, Junko Sonderegger, The Albums of Duke Charles de Croÿ: Consolidation and Modified Re-housing of Double-sided Miniatures on Parchment in Bound Volumes, p. 14
  • Doris St-Jacques, Maria Bedynski, Lynn Curry, Season Tse, A 1763 Illuminated Haggadah Manuscript: How Ineffective Past Treatments Resulted in an Antioxidant Research Project, Impacting Current Treatment Decisions, p. 17
  • Birgit Speta, The Conservation of the Hussite Codex: Considerations on Minimal Intervention, p. 21
  • Lieve Watteeuw, Books in Exhibitions: History and Adventures in Display, p. 24
  • Robert Fuchs, Risk and Safety of Illuminated Manuscripts with Brittle Paint Layers: Can the Digital Scan Substitute Old Manuscripts? Are Old Choices of Conservation Reversible?, p. 28
  • Lynn B. Brostoff, Sylvia Albro, John Bertonaschi, Integrating Analytical Tools in Treatment Decision-making for a 1513 Hand-colored Ptolemy Geographia Atlas, p. 29
  • Christa Hofmann, Andreas hartl, Kyujin Ahn, Laura Völkel, Ina Faerber, Antje Potthast, Verdigris I: Compromises in conservation, p. 34
  • Kyujin Ahn, Andreas hartl, Christa Hofmann, Ute Hennings, Antje Potthast, Verdigris 2: Wet Chemical Treatments which are not Easy to Decide and Apply, p. 36
  • Matija Strlic, Catherine Dillon, Nancy Bell, Peter Brimblecombe, Kalliopi Fouseki, Jinghao Xue, William Lindsay, Eva Menart, Carlota Grossi, Kostas Ntanos, Gerrit De Bruin, David Thickett, Fenella France, Integrated Modelling: The Demography of Collections, p. 38
  • Jana Kolar, Dusan Kolesa, Gerrit de Bruin, Characterisation of Historical Paper - Possibilities and Limitations, p. 42
  • Véronique Rouchon, Eleonora Pellizzi, Maroussia Duranton, Study of Phytate Chelating Treatments Used on Iron Gall Ink Damaged Manuscripts, p. 46
  • Pnina shor, lena libman, tanya bitler, tanya treiger, Practice and Progress in the Conservation, Preservation and Digitization of the Dead Sea Scrolls, p. 50
  • Jiri Vnoucek, The Language of Parchment - Learning the History of Manuscripts with the Help of Visual Assessment of the Parchment, p. 51
  • Paul Garside, Barry Knight, The Use of NIR Spectroscopy to Investigate the Condition of Parchment, p. 55
  • Linda Stiber Morenus, Color Printing in 16-17th Century Italian Chiaroscuro Woodcuts: Degradation, Conservation Issues and Exhibition Concerns, p. 59
  • Hassan Ebeid, Jean Brown, Ysanne Holt, Brian Singer, A Study of Dyed Endpapers during Islamic Medieval Times in Egypt: Purpose, Materials and Techniques, p. 61
  • Aline Abreu Migon dos Santos, Preservation of Architectural Drawings on Translucent Paper in Brazil: Conservation Methods in Public Institutions, p. 66
  • Irene Brückle, Maike Schmidt, Eva Hummert, Elisabeth Thobois, Removable loss Integration in the Re - Treatment of Robert Delaunay’s Three Graces: Study for “The City of Paris” at the Albertina, Vienna, p. 69
  • Xing Kung Liao, Fei Wen Tsai, Simple yet Complicated – An Evaluation of Airbrush Technique Applied to Filling Losses using Cellulose Powders, p. 73
  • Andreas Hartl, Ronald by Franz West: Conservation of a Three - Dimensional and Painted Papier Mâché Object, p. 77
  • Valentine Dubard, The Restauration of Cartoons at the Department of Drawings and Prints in the Louvre, p. 80
  • Philip Meredith, Tanya Uyeda, To Remove or Retain? – Extensive Infills and Reworking in a Large - Scale Japanese Wall Painting, p. 84
  • Tilly Laaser, Karolina Soppa, Christoph Krekel, The Migration of Hydroxy Propyl Cellulose During Consolidation of a Painted Wallpaper: A Case Study Using a Fluorescent - Labelled Consolidant, p. 88
  • Magdalena Grenda, Ethical Considerations Concerning the Conservation and Restoration of a Herbarium from the 19th Century, p. 93
  • Rita Araújo, Conceição Casanova, Maria João Melo : Ana Lemos, Vânia S. F. Muralha, Marcello Picollo, Conservation of a Book of Hours from Mafra’s National Palace - Collection: Between Technique and Ethics, p. 97
  • Michael Wheeler, Nicholas Barnard, Karine Bovagnet, Richard Mullholland, The Conservation and Digitization of Jain Manuscripts at the Victoria and Albert Museum, p. 102
  • Guadalupe Piñar, Katja Sterflinger, Flavia Pinzari, The Microflora Inhabiting Leonardo da Vinci’s Self - Portrait: A Fungal Role in Foxing Spots, p. 105
  • Patricia Engel, Katja Sterflinger, Microorganisms in Books: First Results of the EU Project “Men and Books”, p. 109
  • Ewa Paul, Anna Grzechnik, Deconstructing the Reconstruction, p. 113
  • Marzenna Ciechanska, Dorota Dzik Kruszelnicka, Elzbieta Jezewska, Joanna Kurkowska, Conservator’s Investigation of the Chinoiserie in the Wilanów Palace, p. 117
  • Grace Jan, Xiangmei Gu, A systematic Approach to Condition Assesment and Treatment of Chinese Handscrolls, p. 122
  • Christina Duffy, Applications of Image Processing Software to Archival Material, p. 127
  • Christina Duffy, Analysing Deterioration of Artifacts in Archival Material Using Multispectral Images, p. 131
  • Eve Menei, Laurence Caylux, Strategy in the Case of a Wrecked Papyrus: Is an Intervention Appropriate?, p. 135
  • Ana Margarida Silva, Marcello Picollo, Márcia Vilarigues, Maria João Melo, Fiber Optic Reflectance Spectroscopy (FORS): A Useful Technique for the Analysis of an Early 20th Century Livre d’Artiste, p. 139
  • Lieve Watteeuw, Bruno Vandermeulen, Jan Van der Stock, Fred Truyen : Marc Proesman, Luc Van Gool, Wim Moreau, Imaging Characteristics of Graphic Materials with the Minidome (RICH), p. 140
  • Yana van Dyke, The Paper Conservator’s Role: The Metropolitan Museum’s Renovated Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia and later South Asia, p. 142
  • Paul Garside, Rajabi Razak, Characterising the Origin of Carbon Black Inks by ATR FTIR Spectroscopy, p. 145
  • Marion Verborg, A Technical Study and Conservation Project of Roy Lichtenstein’s Screenprint on Plastic, Sandwich and Soda, 1964, p. 149
  • Hsin-Chen Tsai, Digitally Printed Paper Infills for Compensation as Applied to Japanese Decorative Fold - Dyed Papers, p. 153