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Fifth International Restorer Seminar = Fünftes Internationales Seminar für Restauratoren : Veszprém, Hungary, 29.6-9.7, 1985 / [editor, István Éri, Gabriella Sárközy ; translations by Andrea Kárpáti, English ... et al.].

By: (5th : International Restorer Seminar (5th : 1985 : Veszprém, Hungary)
Contributor(s): Éri, István | Sárközy, Gabriella | Központi Múzeumi Igazgatóság (Hungary) | Unesco
Language: English, French, German Publisher: Budapest : National Centre of Museums, with the support of UNESCO 1985.Description: 2 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9630168642 (set)Subject(s): Museum conservation methods -- Congresses | Art treasures in war -- Congresses | Antiques -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses | Material culture -- Conservation and restoration -- Congresses | Vandalism -- CongressesDDC classification: 069.5/3 LOC classification: CC135 | .I63 1985
Incomplete contents:
v. 1. Common responsibilities and tasks of the restorer, scientist and museologist in storing and exhibiting the objects of art, with particular regard to the problems of exhibit installations and showcases. -- v. 2. Problems of re-restoration, with particular regard to damage caused by acts of aggression (i.e. vandalism, theft), by elemental disasters and/or by improper storage. Round table-conference, present situation and problems of restorers' and conservators' training; comparisons, practices, methodologies. Miscellaneous themes techniques and results of scientific examinations.
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Book British Museum
Conservation and Scientific Research Conservation & Scientific Research CC135.I63 1985 V.2 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available 00061935
Book British Museum
Conservation and Scientific Research Conservation & Scientific Research CC135.I63 1985 V.1 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available 00061934

Text in English, French and German.

Spine title: 5th International Restorer Seminar.

Includes bibliographies.

v. 1. Common responsibilities and tasks of the restorer, scientist and museologist in storing and exhibiting the objects of art, with particular regard to the problems of exhibit installations and showcases. -- v. 2. Problems of re-restoration, with particular regard to damage caused by acts of aggression (i.e. vandalism, theft), by elemental disasters and/or by improper storage. Round table-conference, present situation and problems of restorers' and conservators' training; comparisons, practices, methodologies. Miscellaneous themes techniques and results of scientific examinations.