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Contents

Preface 10
Paul-Bernhard Eipper

News from IIC Austria 14
Vorstand / Executive Board IIC Austria

Interdisciplinary approach in the conservation of cultural heritage 22
Patricia Engel, Harald Riedl

Originals, copies and fakes 42
Paul-Bernhard Eipper

The Synergy of a multidisciplinary approach for studying The Last Judgement
by Rogier van der Weyden and Hans Memling from the National Gallery in Gdansk 78
Iwona Szmelter

Pulpit altars in Silesia, state of preservation and technological examination 94
Karolina Rajna

Building Climates in Museums – A Lifetime Learning Process 112
Jochen Käferhaus

Stopping mass decay of written heritage – An interdisciplinary approach 127
Lunjakorn Amornkitbamrung, Tamilselvan Mohan, Silvo Hribernik, Rupert Kargl, Volker Ribitsch, Patricia
Engel

Unknown Stove Tiles from Dobre Miasto. An Analysis of the Collection in the Light of
Conservation and Restoration Work 147
Jacek Martusewicz

Do you want to save? Media Art demands a transdisciplinary approach to conservation 165
Wendy Coones

A short review of the EwaGlos EU project 178
Angela Weyer

Recycling in the Rococo: From copper printing plate to painting supports 191
Paul-Bernhard Eipper; Joachim Rathgeb; Gerhard Paar

book reviews 204
Manfred Koller, Paul-Bernhard Eipper

Obituaries 207

The authors 211

Ads 221

 

Restauratorenblätter - Papers in Conservation 32

 

Previous Publications

Restauratorenblätter 31
Reflexionen / Reflections
Für / to Manfred Koller

Manfred Koller retired after 3 decades of service as chair of IIC Austria. The board of trustees, headed by the new chair Gabriela Krist, therefore decided to dedicate this issue of Restauratorenblätter to him. After discussion, Manfred Koller presented us with a list – “Koller’s List”: a list of wishes or letter to Father Christmas, which transformed itself into this issue and should be regarded as a gift to Manfred Koller. The list consisted of names of valued colleagues predominantly from abroad, which were supposed to provide authorships. Topics should be various: a professional overview, a former research question probably solved meanwhile or simply a shared professional passion. Articles demonstrate Manfred Koller’s input to further research and new initiatives in the world of conservation. There is also a remarkable insight into Manfred Koller’s life, provided by a personal interview, held to celebrate this issue.

Date of publication: September 2013



Restauratorenblätter 30
20th/21st century art and its conservation


Authors: Gerda Kaltenbruner, Andreas Spiegl, Matthijs de Keijzer, Martina Griesser-Stermscheg, Johanna Wilk, Judith Kern, Edgar Skomorowsky, Stefanie Jahn, Gabriela Krist, Alexandra Sagmeister, Peter Berzobohaty, Karma Eder-Hoke, Paul-Bernhard Eipper, Anna Buelacher, Sabine Imp, Karin Steiner, Anne Biber, Andreas Hartl,  Magdalena Duftner, Elisabeth Brandt, Matthias Müller, Andreas Weisser, Ute Kannengiesser, Martina Haidvogl
2012, 230 S., numerous b/w and colour  plates.



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Nr. 27: Historic textiles: conservation, storage, exhibition
Training – history of conservation – documentation of ancient textile finds, Coptic shoes, a pre-Columbian shirt, a textile mural, a knitted jacked, hats, an Ottoman’s dent, a ceremonial bed, tapestries, Chinese silks, Lilienthalgeiter, textiles at the Viennese Treasure Chamber, the MAK and the Monastery of Admont: exhibition and storage
2008, 188 p., 140 b/w+coloured figures € 10.-

26th medieval sculptures II
Minute samples, conservation courses, postmodern conservation theory and practice, painting and relief primary supports, under cover details, aids and documentation, surface cleaning, traces of time aging, Medieval sculptures: 6 case studies, current news, personalia, bibliography etc.
2006, 184 p. 120 b/w + colour figures, Euro 10,-

24th -25th Large scale paintings on textile supports
Pigments in Austria, primary sources for primer, lining techniques, Tingierung reactivation, evaluation, minimum intervention, lining, removing linings, marouflage, case studies etc.
2005, 264 p., 180 figures, Euro 12,-

21. Mirabilia et Curiosa
Ivory and parchment miniatures, early medieval (gothic) ivory reliefs, anatomic wax models, pastiglia, Scagliola pictures, glass etching, tiled oven, stone etching, Lederantependien, cloister works, iron cutting, recent reports and bibliography
2000, 192 p., 160 b/w + colour figures, Euro 10,-

16. Murals – painted façades
Project EUROCARE 492 Mural paint: façades in Florence and Prague causes of damage, protection systems, climate controls, ammonia carbonate and oxalate, biocide – and UV-C ray defence. six case studies
1996, 199 p. C. 180 b/w + colour figures, Euro 8,-

14. Paper and prints
The Strasbourg manuscript, brown inks, archival hygiene, mass damages, bleaching, self adhesive tapes, conservation of photographs, silverpoint drawing, baroque maps, copper engraving on silk, mezzotint grand format, Chinese wallpapers at Schoenbrunn castle, cartapesta, transparent paper picture (pith paper?), forged drawings
1994, 191 p., c. 170 b/w+ colour figures, Euro 8,-

13. Paintings and textiles
Theophilus „De Diversis Artibus“, historic primary sources „dye and dye stuff, gold threads, textile primary supports, analysing the structure of canvases, heat sensitivity of paint layers, lent cloths, mariatheresian Kasel, paintings on tapestries, the Holy Sepulchre of Patsch, panorama-paintings in Salzburg and Innsbruck, stage curtain, straw picture, mural Fortress Karlstein near Prague
1992, 162 p. C. 80 b/w + colour figures, Euro 8,-

12. Textile objects
Textile Conservation Training at the Fachhochschule Cologne, textiles at the Volkskundemuseum, Vienna, ethnographic (textile) objects, archaeological finds, Romanic (early medieval) ceremonial dresses of the Monastery of St. Paul/Lavantal, gothic (medieval) Kasel from Friesach, caring for tapestries at the Kunsthistorische Museum, Vienna, Adalbero-Gobelin of the Lambach-Monastery etc.
1991, 120 p, c. 70 b/w + colour tables, Euro 8,-

8. BA and MA Dissertation, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
The parish of St. Othmar, Moedling, the design of the sencutrary at the Groedental, early technical wire production, Prof. Hajsineks’s conservation technique, ivory miniatures, synthetic resin for the conservation of ceramics, cleaning of discoloured glass surfaces, ethnographic conservation
1985/6, 178 p., 70 b/w + coloured figures, Euro 8,-