JAIC 1981, Volume 20, Number 2, Article 12 (pp. 139 to 146)
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JAIC 1981, Volume 20, Number 2, Article 12 (pp. 139 to 146)

CONSERVATION OF SCENIC WALLPAPERS: SAUVAGES DE LA MER DU PACIFIQUE

Robert Futernick




REFERENCES

ClareCrick, “Two Wallpapers by Dufour et Compagnie,” Pharos '78, June 1978, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg.

Mary WoodLee, KonstanzeBachman, and ShelleyFletcher, “Sauvages de la Mer du Pacifique: Treatment of an early 19th century wallpaper depicting the voyages and death of Captain Cook,” AIC preprints, Boston, Mass., pp. 92–103 (May 30–June 2, 1977).

NancyMcClelland, Historic Wall-papers: From Their Inception to the Introduction of Machinery, Lippincott, 1924.

For further reading, see CatherineLynn, Wallpaper in America from the Seventeenth Century to World War I, 1980, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.New York.


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