Journal of the Institute (Vol 40, no1) Now Available
The latest issue of the Journal of the Institute of Conservation (Vol 40, no 1) is now available in print and online
It features a diverse range of subjects discussed in an issue that includes articles published as free-to-view with thanks to the support of the publisher, Taylor & Francis.
How is museum lighting selected? An insight into current practice in UK museums Daniel Garside, Katherine Curran, Capucine Korenberg, Lindsay MacDonald, Kees Teunissen & Stuart Robson (Gold Access)
New tools for managing daylight exposure of works of art: case study of Hambletonian, Mount Stewart, Northern Ireland Nigel Blades, Katy Lithgow, Stephen Cannon-Brookes & John Mardaljevic (free-to-view)
Increasing the profile and influence of conservation?an unexpected benefit of risk assessments Paul Garside & Cordelia Rogerson (free-to-view)
The problem of Chinese paper reinforcement strip repairs on a set of four hanging calligraphic scrolls Susan Catcher, Ge Chang & Qinggui Zhu
A literature review of analytical techniques for materials characterisation of painted textiles? Part 1: categorising painted textiles, sampling and the use of optical tools Karen Thompson, Margaret Smith & Frances Lennard
Marinita Stiglitz reviews:
Historical perspectives in the conservation of works of art on paper
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