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AbstractAgarose, Carbopol, and Laponite gels were evaluated as alternatives to cellulose ether poultices for the local removal of moisture-sensitive adhesives on paper artifacts. These gels have… Continue Reading
AbstractA specific tarnishing pattern was first observed in 1992 in a large collection of daguerreotypes viewed under short-wave ultraviolet illumination. While daguerreotypes have been closely… Continue Reading
Imaging of artwork is an important aspect of art conservation, technical art history, and art authentication. Many forms of near-infrared (NIR) imaging are used by conservators, archaeologists,… Continue Reading
Case background: In 1990 Robert L. Trotter was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison for the faking, forging, and deceitful sale of American folk art paintings. Although 55 ’Trotter fakes’ were… Continue Reading
The use of digital imaging has great potential to improve professional conservation documentation on a variety of levels, as Paul Messier and Tim Vitale described in their excellent assessment of… Continue Reading