JAIC 1992, Volume 31, Number 1, Article 14 (pp. 117 to 138)
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JAIC 1992, Volume 31, Number 1, Article 14 (pp. 117 to 138)

RECENT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN PAPER CONSERVATION

DIANNE VAN DER REYDEN




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FIGURE CREDITS

Table 2 Reprinted with permission from Wilson, W. K., and E. J. Parks. 1979. An analysis of the aging of paper: Possible reactions and their effects on measurable properties. Restaurator (3) 1–2:37–61. Copyright 1979 by Munksgaard, 35 Norre Sogade, P.O. Box 2148, K-K 1016 Copenhagen K, Denmark. And with permission from Waterhouse, J. F. 1988. Monitoring the aging of paper. In TAPPI Prockmeedings: 1988 Paper Preservation Symposium. ed. R. Smith and T. Norris. Washington D.C.: Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry. 59–63.

Figure 1a. Reprinted with permission from Dwan, A. 1987. Paper complexity and the interpretation of conservation research. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 26:5. From Waterhouse, J. F. n.d. unpublished course notes.

Figure 1b. Reprinted with permission from Hollinger, W. 1988. Conservation Resources catalogue. Springfield, Va.: Conservation Resources International. page 6.

Figure 2. Reprinted with permission from Inaba, M., and R. Sugisita. 1991. Permanence of washi (Japanese paper). Part 2. In Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology II no. 185, ed. P. Vandiver et al. 799–804.

Figure 3. Reprinted with permission from American Laboratory 22(3):142. Copyright 1990 by International Scientific Communications Inc.

Figure 5. Reprinted with permission from Waterhouse, J. F. 1988. Monitoring the aging of paper. In TAPPI Proceedings: 1988 Paper Preservation Symposium. ed. R. Smith and T. Norris. Washington D.C.: Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry. 59–63.

Figure 6. Figures x-y have been reproduced from Lienardy, A., and P. van Damme. 1990. Paper washing, The Paper Conservator 14:23–29 by permission of The Institute of Paper Conservation. Copies onpf this and other volumes are available from IPC, Leigh Lodge, Leigh, Worcestershire WR6 5LB, England, for 15 (U.S. $30) 10/$20 for IPC members.

Figure 8. Reprinted with permission from Lee, S. B., J. Bogaard, and R. L. Feller. n.d. Bleaching by light I: Effect of pH on the bleaching or darkening of papers in the dry and in the immersed condition under visible and near-ultraviolet radiation. Bleaching by light II: Studies of the bleaching of thermally-discolored sugars and other “model” compooqunds. In Symposium 88: The conservation of historic and artistic works on paper. Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute. Forthcoming.

Figure 13. Reprinted with permission from Grattan, D., J. St. Hilaire, H. Burgess, and J. C. McCawley. 1987. The use of enzymes in partially non-aqueous media. In Conservation of Library and Archives Materials and the Graphic Arts, ed. G. Petherbridge. London: Butterworths. 15–24.


AUTHOR INFORMATION

DIANNE VAN DER REYDEN received an M.A. in arprt history (1979) and a diploma in conservation from the Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University (1980) and a certificate in paper conservation from the Harvard University Art Museums (1981), following internships at the Fogg Art Museum, the Library of Congress, and the Museum of Modern Art. She is a senior paper conservator and co-head of the Paper Conservation Laboratory at the Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution, engaged in training of interns and professionals and in research aimed at development and evaluation of paper conservation treatments. Address: Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560.


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