3 edition of Changing views of textile conservation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Getty Conservation Institute|
|Publishers||Getty Conservation Institute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Readings in conservation|
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London, UK: Museums and Galleries Commission, 1998. Find more information on this topic at Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler is chief of the National Archives Conservation Laboratory. Or how it may react to cleaning chemicals? Each product adhesive or consolidant that is applied exhibits advantages and disadvantages.
Like clothes moths, carpet beetles are likewise drawn to proteins, and can be quite destructive. The silkworm secretes a viscous liquid that immediately solidifies and forms a continuous fibre or filament. Furthermore, the population of carnivorous insects, such asshould be observed. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Conservation Institute, 2008. The second set, the weft, is worked in perpendicular, over and under the warp.
2 Rapid technological and material investigation of metal threads 24 Case history: Investigation of the Hungarian Coronation Mantle 24. Flax is a long, soft fibre of the plant Linum usitatissimum. The book demonstrates the importance of this area and highlights its relevance to the many people involved in the care and presentation of textiles, whether in museums, historic houses or in other collections.
2 Methods and results of technological and material investigations 24.
Visible light causes fading of most dyes and colours, including either the fading or darkening of the natural colours of undyed fibres.
It illustrates that outcomes of locally-led, active participation show demonstrable social, educational and personal benefits for participants.
Trade names of polymers used in the conservation of textiles.
The seventeen case studies included here reflect a broad range of practice and are presented by conservators, curators, makers, and researchers from around the world, exposing changing approaches and actions at different times and in different places.
More importantly, the fabric should always be cleaned before either of these processes is used, since heat may trap dirt and stains in the fibres to such an extent that the stain becomes permanent.