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Christian A. Johnson Memorial Gallery. Middlebury College Museum of Art Overview. Publication Timeline.
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Conservation and restoration of panel paintings
Richard H. In the spring of the Middlebury College Museum of Art was the recipient of an enormously generous gift from the Serge Sabarsky Foundation. This gift has enabled the Museum to bring Middlebury College students in direct contact with outstanding works of art by some of the most notable German and Austrian artists of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.
The conservation-restoration of panel paintings involves preventive and treatment measures taken by paintings conservators to slow deterioration, preserve, and repair damage. Panel paintings consist of a wood support, a ground linen or parchment sized with glues , resin , and gesso , and an image layer encaustic , tempera , oil. These factors compromise structural integrity and can lead to warping and paint flaking. Past treatments that have fallen out of favor because they can cause permanent damage include transfer of the painting onto a new support, planing, and heavy cradling. Today's conservators often have to remediate damage from previous restoration efforts.
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