JAIC 1993, Volume 32, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 23 to 31)
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JAIC 1993, Volume 32, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 23 to 31)

STURGEON GLUE FOR PAINTING CONSOLIDATION IN RUSSIA

TATYANA PETUKHOVA, & STEPHEN D. BONADIES




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FURTHER READING

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SOURCES OF MATERIALS

Sturgeon Glue

L. Cornelissen & Son, 22 Great Queen St., London, WC2B 5BH United Kingdom, Supply glue in the dry state, as thin, stransparent strips ca. 2 mm wide

Kremer Pigments 61 East 3rd St., New York, N.Y. 10003, Supply glue in the dry state, in thinker and larger sheets

Pinene

Kodak Laboratory Chemicals, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 14650


AUTHOR INFORMATION

TATYANA PETUKHOVA, paper conservator at Cornell University Libraries received her training in painting conservation at the Hermitage Museum. After completing of her master's degree at the State University of Leningrad, she specialized in paper conservation at the Museum of the Academy of Fine Arts and became the paper conservator there. In 1985 she joined the Cincinnati Art Museum as assistant conservator, paper. Since 1987, Petukhova has been at Cornell University Library, where she established a new conservation facility for the treatment of fine art on paper, documents, and maps. She also served as adjunct conservator for the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Address: Annex Library, Conservation Department, 701 Olin Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14853–5301.

STEPHEN D. BONADIES, chief conservator at the Cincinnati Art Museum, received his initial conservation training at the Cooperstown Graduate Program. He gained additional experience in northeastern Italy under the auspices of the Friuli Italian Arts and Monuments Committee as part of a team of conservators sent abroad after a series of devastating earthquakes in 1976. After receiving his M.A. in 1979, he became a Mellon Fellow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In 1980 Bonadies returned to the Art Conservation Program at Cooperstown to teach conservation science. In 1981 he was appointed to the staff of the Cincinnati Art Museum. Address: Conservation Department, Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202–1596.


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