2 edition of Technical notes on the care of art objects. found in the catalog.
Technical notes on the care of art objects.
Victoria and Albert Museum. Conservation Dept.
|Other titles||Woodworm in furniture., The care of portrait miniatures., The care of wax objects., The care of ivory.|
|LC Classifications||N8560 V53|
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Conservators describe preservation strategies employed to best care for works of art. In addition to types of objects that were previously covered, such as paintings, drawings, and textiles, others that have augmented the Metropolitan Museum’s holdings in more recent times are discussed, such as photographs and lacquerware, and objects that.
Included at the end are a selected glossary of conservation terms, a short reading list, and space for the reader's own notes. Drawing on the professional experience of curators and conservators from many different departments, The Care and Handling of Art Objects has been put together primarily for those who work in the Metropolitan Museum.
What it has to say, however, will be of great interest to 5/5(2). Included at the end are a selected glossary of conservation terms, a short reading list, and space for the reader's own notes.
Drawing on the professional experience of curators and conservators from many different departments, The Care and Handling of Art Objects was put together primarily for those who work in the Metropolitan Museum.5/5(2).
Title: The Care and Handling of Art Objects Author: Marjorie Shelley Created Date: 5/3/ PMFile Size: 4MB. The Care and Handing of Art Objects draws on the knowledge of conservators, scientists, and curators from many different departments, along with that technicians and engineers whose expertise crosses boundaries of culture, chronology, medium, and condition.
It is an invaluable resource for students, collectors, small museums, museum study. The Metropolitan Museum of Art houses one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive collections of works of art from antiquities to modern and contemporary material.
Their preservation is a responsibility shared by the many individuals employed at the Museum who oversee and have direct contact with the collection on a daily Care and Handing of Art Objects—first published in. Included at the end are a selected glossary of conservation terms, a short reading list, and space for the reader's own notes.
Drawing on the professional experience of curators and conservators from many different departments, The Care and Handling of Art Objects has been put together primarily for those who work in the Metropolitan Museum.
What it has to say, however, will be of great interest to. The Care and Handling of Art Objects: Practices in the Metropolitian Museum of Art by Shelley, Marjorie and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Care and Handling of Art Objects: Practices in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Shelley, Marjorie; Nickel, Helmut - AbeBooks.
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Art, all art is the communication cord that cannot be snapped by indifference or disaster. CCI Notes deal with topics of interest to those who care for cultural objects. Intended for a broad audience, the Notes offer practical advice about issues and questions related to the care, handling and storage of cultural objects.
Many Notes are illustrated and provide bibliographies as well as suggestions for contacting suppliers. Get this from a library. The care and handling of art objects: practices in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. [Marjorie Shelley; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)] -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York houses one of the world's largest and most comprehensive collections of antiquities and works of art.
Their preservation is a responsibility that involves. Documents and works of art on paper can be preserved for years of use and enjoyment provided that some basic care is given to their preservation.
The conservation staff at The Henry Ford have compiled the information in this fact sheet to assist in promoting the responsible care of documents and works of art on paper. The first step in the care of. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Sugden, Robert Parkinson, Care and handling of art objects.
New York, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Parkinson Sugden; Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Art Vocabulary Words: Elements of Art/ Principles of Design (The J. Paul Getty Museum/ Education) Elements of Art The elements of art are the building blocks used by artists to create a work of art. Line is a mark with greater length than width. Lines can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal; straight or curved; thick or thin.
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Early in my childhood the slender volumes of picture books were my sanctuary. The Care and Handling of Objects Twelve illustrated ways to prevent damaging works of art By Robert Hauser, Museum Conservator The word “care” here denotes “attention to detail” and the word “handling” is defined as the “skillful or artful manage-ment of physical things”.
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Ultimately, health care professionals and conservators are engaged in practices of sustaining lives. By preserving and studying the materiality of an art object, conservation functions as a crucial agent in sustaining the lives of objects and their lived histories. As Tom notes,Author: Sarah Molina.• an art style of the s • imagery derived from popular, mass-produced culture • deliberately mundane and focused on overly familiar objects of daily life to give them new meaning-Hand drawn advertising (commercial art)and comic book imagery.This paper explores how the process of finding, relating to and using found objects in art therapy can bridge the psychological barriers to engagement with the outer world of the client.
This is shown through an individual case study within adult mental health which identifies how using found objects facilitated the therapeutic process and Cited by: 8.