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MATERIALS & METHODS

Paper - Works on Paper

Dolloff, Francis W. and Roy L. Perkinson. How to Care for Works of Art on Paper. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Fourth Edition. 1985

Bibliography


Barrow, William J. Permanence/Durability of the Book. 7 vols. Richmond, VA: Dietz Press, 1963-1974.

Browning, B.L. "The Nature of Paper." In Deterioration and Preservation of Library Materials. Edited by H. W. Winger and R. D. Smith. Chicago: University of Chicago PRess, 1970, pp. 18-38.

CCI Technical Bulletins. [Separate bulletins on environmental monitors, humidity, museum lighting, and control of insects.] Canadian Conservatin Institute, National Museums of Canada, 1030 Innes Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0M8.

Clapp, Anne F. Curatorial Care of Works of Art on Paper. 3rd ed., rev. Oberlin: Intermuseum Conservation Association, 1978.

Clapp, Verner W. "The Story of Permanent/Durable Book-paper, 1115-1970." Scholarly Publishing 2 [1971], pp. 107-124, 229-245, 353-367.

Cohen, Marjorie B. Wash and Gouache: A Study of the Development of the Materials of Watercolor. Cambridge, Mass.: Center for Conservation and Technical Sudies, Fogg Art Museum, and Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation, 1977.

Crawford, B.H. "Just Perceptible Colour Differences in Relation to Level of Illumnation." Studies in Conservation 18, no. 4 [1973], pp. 159-166.

"Deterioration and Preservation of Library Materials." Library Quarterly 40, no. 1 [1970]. See especially B. L. Browning on the nature of paper; R. D. Smith on paper deacidification; C. J . Wessel on the environmental factors that affect paper.

Edwards, Stephen R., et al., ed., Pest Control in Museums: A status Report [1980], Assocaition of Systematics Collections, 1981.

Feller, Robert L. "Control of Deteriorating Effects of Light on Museum Objects." Museum News 46, no. 9 [May 1968], pp. 39-47.

Feller, Robert L. "The Deteriorating Effect of Light on Museum Objects." Museum News 42, no. 10 [June 1964], pp. i-viii.

Gallo, Fausta. "Biological Agents Which Damage Paper Materials in Librarires and Archives." Recent Advances in Conservation, 11963, pp. 55-61.

Gettens, Rutherford J., and Stout, George L. Painting Materials: A Short Encyclopedia. New York: Dover, 1966.

Harris, J. B. "Practical Aspects of Lighting as Related to Conservation." In London Conference on Museum Climatology, 1967. Contributions, edited by Garry Thomson, Rev. ed. London: International Institute for Conservation, 1968, pp. 133-138.

Harrison, Laurence S. Report on the Deteriorating Effects of Modern Light Sources. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1953.

Horton, Carolyn. Cleaning and Preserving Bindings and Related Materials. 2nd ed. rev. Chicago: American Library Association, 1969.

Hunter, Dard. Papermaking. 2nd ed. New York: Knopf, 1967.

[International Council of Museums.] Climatology and Conservation in Museums. Paris: UNESCO, 1960. Reprinted from Museum 13, no. 4 [1960]. Covers atmospheric pollution, ideal climatic conditions, and methods of measuring and controling climatic conditions.

Internatonal Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Conservation and Restoration of Pictorial Art, ed. Norman Brommelle and Perry Smith. London: Butterworth, 1976.

Ivins, W. M., Jr. How Prints Look. Boston: Beacon Press, 1958.

Joel, A. Indicor, N., Hanlan, J. F., and Baer, N. S. "The Measurement and Significance of pH in Paper Conservation." Bulletin of the American Institute for Conservation 12, no. 2 [1972], pp. 119-125.

Keck, Caroline K. A Handbook on the Care of Paintings. New York: Watson-Guptil, 1967.

Keck, Caroline K. On Conservation. Reprinted from Museum News, by American Association of Museums [n.d.] [Available from AAM, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St. N.W., Suite 428, Washington, DC 20007.]

Keck, Caroline K. Safeguarding Your Collection in Travel. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, 1970.

King, A., Pelikan, A., and Falconer, W.E. "The Use of the Archivist's Pen and Universal pH Solution for Estimating the Surface pH of Paper." Studies on Conservation 15, no. 1 [1970], pp. 63-64.

Labarre, E. J. Dictionary and Encyclopedia of Paper and Paper-Making. Amsterdam: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1952.

Langwell, W.H. The Conservation of Books and Documents. London: Pitman, 1957. Library of Congress. Papermaking: Art and Craft. Washington, 1968.

Mayer, Ralph. The Artist's Handbook of Materials and Techniques. 3rd ed. rev. New York: Viking Press, 1972.

Ostroff, Eugene. Conserving and Restoring Photographic Collections. Reprinted from Museum News, by American Association of Museums [n.d.] [Available from AAM, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St. N.W., Suite 428, Washington, DC 20007.]

Padfield, Tim. "The Control of Relative Humidity and Air Pollution in Showcases and Picture Frames." Studies in Conservation II, no. 1 [1966], pp. 8-30.

Perkinson, Roy. Conserving Works of Art on Paper. Reprinted from Museum News, by American Association of Museums [copr. 1977]. [Available from AAM, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St. N.W., Suite 428, Washington, DC 20007.]

Plenderleith, H. J. The Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art. New York: Oxford University Press, 1956. Historically important in the development of the field of paper conservation.

"Selecting a Conservator." A brochure available from the office of AICX, 3545 Williamsburg Lane, N.W., Washington, DC 20008.

Smith, Merrily A., et al., "Pressure-Sensitive Tape and Techniques for its Removal from Paper," Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, vol. 23, no. 2, Spring 1984, pp. 101-113.

Santucci, Ludovico. "The Application of Chemical and Physical Methods of Conservation of Archival Materials. In Garry Thomson, ed. Recent Advances in Conservation: Contributions to the IIC Rome Conference, 1961. London: Butterworth, 1963, pp. 39-47.

Stolow, Nathan. Controlled Environment for Works of Art in Transit. London: Butterworth, 1966. An analytical approach to protection of art works in transport. Contains numerous concrete suggestions for designing the "ideal" container.

Stolow, Nathan. "The Microclimate: A Localized Solution." Museum News 56, No. 2 [Nov.-Dec. 1977], pp. 52-63.

Thomson, Garry. "Air Pollution: A Review for Conservation Chemists." Studies in Conservation 10, no. 4 [1965], pp. 147-167.

Thomson, Garry. The Museum Environment. London: Butterworth, in association with the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1978.

Thomson, Garry. "A New Look at Color Rendering, Level of Illumination, and Protection from Ultraviolet Radiation in Museum Lighting." Studies in Conservation 6, nos. 2 and 3 [1961], pp. 49-70.

Thomson, Garry, ed. Recent Advances in Conservation: Contributions to the IIC Rome Conference, 1961. London: Butterworth, 1963. Contains several useful articles on environmental control and archival conservation.

[Dolloff, Francis W. and Roy L. Perkinson. How to Care for Works of Art on Paper. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Fourth Edition. 1985.]




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