Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Korean Lacquered Chest Update

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10/17/2019

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This week in Objects Conservation: An update on the treatment of our 19th C Korean lacquered chest.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: The Tyger Still Burns Bright

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10/3/2019

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Over the summer the paper conservator prepared two William Blake works for travel to an important exhibit at the Tate Britain in London. Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience is a collection of hand colored relief etchings of his poems first published in 1789 and 1794.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Incense Burner

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9/23/2019

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These two separate fragments from a stone incense burner have been in the collection since 1939.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Sasanian Panels

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7/25/2019

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These two 5-6th C stucco panels are in the lab for treatment.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Korean Lacquered Chest

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6/27/2019

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This week in Objects Conservation: a 19th C Korean lacquered chest.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: The pieces come together!

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5/2/2019

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It is hard to imagine this arrangement of wooden fragments as a three-dimensional object, that’s why it has been in the conservation lab receiving some much needed attention.