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RESTAURATORENBLÄTTER - Papers in Conservation vol. 34

    Edited by IIC Austria

    Vol. 34 deals on "Objects Under research"

    The Restauratorenblätter- Papers in Conservation are published annually for IIC Austria since Autumn 2014 by Verlag Dr. C. Müller-Straten, Munich, Germany. Attention: vols. 32-34 are published only via this publishing house.  For earlier vols., please get in touch with IIC Austria or specialized book dealers and have a look at the IIC Austria homepage www.iic-austria.org
    Since Autumn 2014,  this important and established media publishes contributions according to a focus theme with full texts both in English and German. The format is DIN A4 with usually 256 pages and hundreds of color plates.
    The below mentioned price is valid for non-members. Members receive the book, among other advantages, automatically after publication at a reduced membership offer.
    Please keep in mind that additional PAP is charged which may differ from country to country.

    Edited by IIC Austria

    are friendly supported by
    IIC International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, London (UK)
    Universalmuseum Joanneum
    Museumsbund Österreich


    Main contributions of vol 34:

    Elisabeth Delvai, Gabriela Krist, Tanja Kimmel      
    An icon of modern design. Conservation and restoration of a Barcelona Stool from the Tugendhat House, Brno, Czech Republic

    Charlotte Holzer
    The Spun-Glass Dress from the Deutsches Museum (Chicago 1893). An Evening Gown as a Masterpiece of Science and Technology?

    Johanna Ellersdorfer
    Sir Joshua Reynolds’s ‘Lady Frances Finch’. A Technical Examination

    Teresa Lamers, Gabriela Krist, Eva Putzgruber
    Pontifical blessing for the Neukloster monastery. Conservation of an Agnus Dei with a silver filigree frame from Neukloster monastery at Wiener Neustadt

    Ingrid Rathner          
    Hohensalzburg Fortress: The Regency Rooms’ History of Changes and Restoration

    Patricia Engel 
    Objects under Research – History and Future

    Manfred Koller        
    POLYCHROME SCULPTURE IN EUROPE 1900 – 2000. How conservation research caused a renaissance in polychromy

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