The splitting treatment on the obverse of the right, smaller wing of the Łącko Triptych from the beggining of the XVI-century

Author: Maria Kisiel
Mentor: Marta Lempart-Geratowska, Associate Professor

Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków (Poland)
Study  programme: Conservation and Restoration of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of paintings, 6th study year  

Summary

KISIEL MariaThe aim of my presentation is to show the splitting treatment research, conservation and restoration of a panel paintings which were a part of the Łącko Tryptych(Lesser Poland). The paintings were on the obverse of the right wing. The 16th century underlayer depicting St. Peter and St. Nicolas was covered in 17th century by a baroque painting with the image of St. Rosalia. My conservation programme included the seperation of the two painting layers and transferring the most recent one to a new support. As this intervention was very difficult and risky, the capabilities of the splitting treatment were preceded by very precise research.
In my presentation I want to show the splitting treatment, which consists of:
• facing the upper paint layer
• softening of the baroque layer by temperature and chemical substances
• a step-by-step undercutting using scalpel
• adding expansion putty on the back and lining
• embedding the transferred baroque painting to the new lime support in the shape of the original one
• filling the looses
• cleaning the residue, varnish and dirt of the gothic painting.
Despite the fact that the splitting treatment is a quite controversial method, in my opinion it is worth looking into.

Opširnije:The splitting treatment on the obverse of the right, smaller wing of the Łącko Triptych from the...

Is crust black or white? A study in Croatian conservation – restoration terminology

Author: Helena Ugrina
Mentor: Katarina Hraste, MA

University of Split, Arts Academy in Split (Croatia)
Integrated Undergraduate/Graduate Program in Conservation-Restoration
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of stone, 5th study year

Summary

UGRINA HelenaConservation - restoration is a relatively new discipline, geared towards science. At this point, a precise and thorough research into the restoration-conservation concepts and terms is indispensable, because in this discipline terminological confusion is common among scientists, as well as among practicing conservators and restorers. This also includes the need for the standardization of Croatian conservation - restoration terminology, in order to avoid ambiguities and imprecision which the profession does not tolerate. The further benefit of this standardization would be a higher-quality domestic and international communications within the conservation-restoration community. The presentation gives a short critical review of Croatian terminology designating stone deterioration patterns (harmful surface deposits). The research is based on five exemplary texts published over the last five years, in three different regional centres (Zagreb, Split, Pula), and its results are compared to the definitions of the equivalent terms in ICOMOS –ISCSI Glossary of Stone Deterioration Patterns which promotes international cooperation, so important in this field.

Opširnije:Is crust black or white? A study in Croatian conservation – restoration terminology

Developing Carbon-fibre Reinforced Epoxy Dowels for the Reassembly of a Fragmented Egyptian Coffin Lid

Authors: Ana Maly, Julia Mitterbauer and Marco Rican
Mentor: Wolfgang Baatz, o. Univ. Prof. Mag. Dipl.-Ing., Department Head; Nanke C. Schellmann, Dr.rer.nat. MA (RCA), Senior Tutor & Research Scientist

Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (Austria)
Study programme: Conservation and Restoration
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of wooden objects, 3rd year of study  

Summary

MALY MITTERBAUER RICANThe 3000-year-old Egyptian anthropoid wooden coffin lid, belonging to the priestess But-haar-chons (3rd Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21/22), is constructed of major wooden boards that are held together by cone-shaped dowels, wooden nails, mortis and tenon joints, as well as loose tenon joints.
Due to serious structural damage, restoration measures were carried out in the mid-20th century. However, those restoration measures were neither executed consistently nor fully completed, thereby resulting in the misalignment of some major wooden boards.
Subsequently, the re-integration of the detached stilt and many loose polychrome fragments became impossible, leaving the entire object in poor condition.
To re-align and re-join the wooden boards into correct position, using only the holes drilled during the previous restoration campaign, novel dowels were developed in order to in order to connect non-aligned holes through a customised form and bear the considerable weight of the coffin lid. Those dowels were formed in situ once the construction elements of the lid were correctly aligned using epoxy resin reinforced with specifically manufactured plaited carbon fibre cord.

Opširnije:Developing Carbon-fibre Reinforced Epoxy Dowels for the Reassembly of a Fragmented Egyptian...

Workshop experiences - materials and methods in wall painting conservation

Authors: Ivan-Vanja Martinović, Mirna Međeral and Ivana Pavleka
Mentor: Neva Pološki, Assistant Professor

University of Zagreb, Academy of Fine Arts (Croatia)
Integrated study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of painting, 4sth study year

Summary

MARTINOVIC MEDJERAL PAVLEKAThe main focus of this presentation is on materials used in conservation of wall paintings, which were presented on various conservation workshops held during 2013.
The presentation summarizes workshop experiences and highlights the importance of utilization of thus gained knowledge. It is divided into three basic chapters. The first part provides basic information on wall painting conservation materials and their characteristics, used for pre/consolidation, cleaning and desalination of wall paintings. The second part gives a concise overview of materials' presentation on various workshops. The last part of the presentation describes the subsequent application of the discussed conservation materials in the OKIRU wall painting studio. The characteristics of inogranic materials for wall painting conservation were ascertained through practical work and execution of empirical probes.
The assessed inorganic materials were the following: ammonium carbonate, barium hydroxide, EDTA tetrasodic, AB 57, various nanolimes, Nanoestel 2000 and cation exchange resin. The results have been critically evaluated and compared with expected outcomes.

Opširnije:Workshop experiences - materials and methods in wall painting conservation

The restoration of a Persian hand-armour

Author: Rebeka Nagy
Mentor: Márta Kissné Bendefy, Acting Head of Specialization in Leather Conservation; Andrea Várfalvi, Acting Head of Specialization in Textile Conservation

Hungarian University of Fine Arts (Hungary)
Study programme: Conservation of Applied Arts Objects
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of textile and leather, 10th semester  

Summary

NAGY RebekaThe issue of the presentation is the restoration of a Persian hand-armour - bazuband. It’s origin goes back to date of the Quadzsar-period, the 17-18th century.
The work was complicated because the object consisted of many different materials - alum-tawed leather, iron and brass wire-gauze and purple silk lining. The metals were corroded, the iron corrosion stained the whole surface of the white leather and the silk lining was dirty and torn at several parts.
The dismantling of the wire-gauze by removing the sewing threads couldn’t be avoided to ensure the safe cleaning circumstances for the organic materials. It seemed to be necessary to block the iron-ions in the leather because they catalyse its degradation. Calcium-phytate can stop this process but it is soluble in water which is harmful for the alum tawed skin, so this time i-propanol was added to the aqueous solution.
There were some difficulties with the wire-gauze as well. The corrosion had to be removed from the surface of two different metals. Mechanical cleaning followed by soaking in sodium-hexametaphosphate solution proved to be the best method. After cleaning the surface was covered with a protective layer of synthetic resin which had to be dried in a special way because of the chain-link structure.
The textile part of the object couldn’t be cleaned with water because it was not separated from the leather. But the misshaped threads had to be rearranged so the cloth was humidified. After that the textile part of the hand-armour could be conserved by sewing a support fabric underneath. At the end of the work the elements of the object were reassembled.

Opširnije:The restoration of a Persian hand-armour

Interfacultative collaboration of the Department for Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art, Academy of Fine Arts with the Department for Art History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb

Authors: Luka Novak and Anica Pintur
Mentors: Zvjezdana Jembrih, MA, Associate Professor; Andrej Aranicki, MA, Associate Professor; Danko Šourek, PhD, Teaching Assistant; Ana Božičević, MA, Assistant

University of Zagreb, Academy of Fine Arts (Croatia)
Integrated study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of sculpture, 4th study year  

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Croatia)
Study programme: Art history
Specialization: Research, 5th study year

NOVAK Luka-PINTUR AnicaSummary

The subject of this presentation is the recently established interfacultative collaboration of the Department for Art History at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Zagreb. The objective of this project is closer collaboration of these Faculties with the goal of a more successful recovery of historical data regarding the works of art on which the students of Department of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art have been working on.
Works of art that mark the beginning of this mutually beneficial collaboration will be presented as well as the problems that can occur while investigating these objects and uncovering their history.

Opširnije:Interfacultative collaboration of the Department for Conservation and Restoration of Works of...

Structural conservation of a Flemish panel painting by Adriaen de Gryef: Stabilization of the support

Author: Joanna Zwinczak
Mentor: Grażyna Korpal, Professor

Jan Matejko Academy Of Fine Arts in Kraków (Poland)
Study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of paintings, 6th study year

Summary

ZWINCZAK JoannaThe conservation of a Flemish panel painting The birds hunting by Adriaen de Gryef was performed in the Paintings Conservation Atelier at Wawel Castle under the direction of prof. Grażyna Korpal in collaboration with specialists from the Fine Arts Academy in Cracow and Getty Institute.
Due to the wood's natural movements the panel had curved into a barrel shape. The previous, incorrect treatments of its shape, damaged the object. A stiff, hard beech cradle had been attached to its reverse. The construction, caused cracks of the support and the remaining layers. Consequently, each of the ensuing elements of the support twisted in different direction.
The conservation started with removing the cradle. Then, the elements of the panel were glued. The treatment was held on a gluing table which held them together in a stable position and then the elements were corrected outside of the table. The gaps and splits of the wood were filled with mixture of fish glue and phenolic resin microbaloons. The climate frame for the object was designed and the profiles sustaining the panel inside will be cut. After that, an unattached support will be installed.

Opširnije:Structural conservation of a Flemish panel painting by Adriaen de Gryef: Stabilization of the...

The skeleton of hand fans

Author: Barbara Krilanović
Mentors: Sanja Serhatlić, Expert Associate; Antun Karaman, PhD

University of Dubrovnik, Art and Restoration Department (Croatia)
Graduate Programme in Conservation-Restoration (MA)
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of paper, 5th study year

KRILANOVIC BarbaraSummary

The theme of this paper is to present research and conservation-restoration works on two 19th century hand fans. The goal is to point out the variety of materials with which we can encounter on individual objects in conservation-restoration. Hand fans are an excellent example of this and it was an honour to restore two of them. They are a combination of paper, metal, wood, ivory, mother-of-pearl, gilding, silver leaves and silk. The structure is described in general and it was confirmed with a diagnostic method (computer tomography) on the restored hand fans. Research from historical and artistic point of view revealed that one of them was an European (French) printed hand fan (cca. 1860) and the other Chinese ("Mandarin" or "one hundred faces") painted hand fan (cca. 1820). It provided insight into types and forms of hand fans which supplements the restored hand fans. It was a great pleasure to cooperate with colleagues from different areas, whether scientific or artistic, which was also extremely educational.

Opširnije:The skeleton of hand fans

Wooden polychrome sculpture "Suffering Christ" from the Diocesan Museum in Zagreb

Author: Valentina Bakša
Mentors: Zvjezdana Jembrih, MA, Associate Professor; Vladan Desnica, ScD, Associate Professor

University of Zagreb, Academy of Fine Arts (Croatia)
Integrated study program: Conservation and Restoration of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of sculpture, 4th study year 

BAKSA ValentinaSummary

The wooden polychrome sculpture, gilt with silver and gold, depicting the Suffering Christ from the Diocesan Museum in Zagreb originally came from Krapje in the Sisak-Moslavina county. There are a lot of such iconographic presentations of Suffering Christ and they were presented in Croatia from the Middle Ages till the 19th century.
Complete research and conservation-restoration works were performed in the course of teaching.
Laboratory research included: XRF, FTIR, wood determination (at the Faculty of Forestry in Zagreb), and CT (in the Traumatology Hospital in Zagreb). The course and results of this research as well as conducted works up till now will be represented.

Opširnije:Wooden polychrome sculpture "Suffering Christ" from the Diocesan Museum in Zagreb

Research on flexible gap fillers for wooden objects, based on the work of Mintrop

Author: Anna Pilarski
Mentor: Professor Dipl.- Rest. Volker Schaible, Head of Institution

Stuttgart State Academy of Art and DesignPILARSKI Anna (Germany)
Study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of easel paintings and polychrome sculptures, 6th semester  

Summary

For different reasons it can be necessary to fill gaps and cracks in wooden objects. There are numerous materials and recipes for different filling-systems which are used in conservation and restoration. Mintrop (1997) tested thermoplastic and elastomeric binders with various extenders to receive an elastic wood-filler which doesn't prevent the wood from swelling and shrinking. The oral presentation focuses on these wood fillers, their workability and suitability in conservation by own practical experiences.

Opširnije:Research on flexible gap fillers for wooden objects, based on the work of Mintrop

Preventive conservation of daguerreotypes in Slovenia

Author: Ksenija Janković
Mentor: Tamara Trček Pečak, MA, Associate Professor
Co-mentor: Tina Buh, senior conservator, National Gallery of Slovenia

University of Ljubljana, Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Slovenia)
Integrated study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art
Course: Conservation/restoration of paintings and polychrome plastic material A, 1st study year at second-cycle study course

Summary

JANKOVIC KsenijaPhotography presents an important part of our cultural heritage and that is why it is very important and crucial to find ways to maintain them. The theme of this presentation is to show the basic principles of preventive conservation of daguerreotypes to help protect and preserve them for future generations. As part of the diploma thesis Preventive conservation of daguerreotypes in Slovenia under the guidance of prof. Tamara Trček Pečak and senior conservator Tina Buh from the National Gallery of Slovenia, an inventory of all known daguerreotypes held in the Slovenian cultural institutions has been carried out. The purpose of an inventory of all the gathered data and performed statistical analysis of the results is to obtain and raise awareness about the state of the material, the environment in which it is stored and how we can prevent the process of decay. This presentation will also present the Slovenian and world history of daguerreotypes and outline the manufacturing process and the typical damages. It will also introduce conditions in terms of the storage and the factors that affect the lifetime of daguerreotypes.

Opširnije:Preventive conservation of daguerreotypes in Slovenia

Conservation and restoration of painting "The Adoration of the Three Kings"

Author: Petra Richter
Mentors: Tamara Ukrainčik, MA, Associate Professor; Andrej Aranicki, MA, Associate Professor

University of Zagreb, Academy of Fine Arts (Croatia)
Integrated study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Art
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of paintings, 5th study year  

Summary

RICHTER PetraThe theme of this presentation is conservation-restoration work on the painting The Adoration of the Three Kings. The painting is painted in oil on panel and it is the property of the Diocesan Museum in Zagreb.
The painting was in bad condition - damage had been sustained in all layers of the painting, with especially unstable zones where ground layer is separated from the wooden support, which has been damaged with woodworms.
To reduce the risk of futher loss, preventive measures (facing) was needed before starting conservation-restauration work. To find the best material for facing application and later removal, experiments were made on probes with imitations of all painting layers.
Following procedures were performed on the painting: preventive consolidation - facing, desinsection, analysis of microsamples, cleaning the verso of the painting, consolidation of the wooden board and painted layer, cleaning of the painted layer, restoration of the ground layer, retouching and varnishing.
The restoration work is accompanied by a thorough written, photographic and graphic documentation. Upon restoration the painting will be returned to Diocesan Museum in Zagreb.

Opširnije:Conservation and restoration of painting "The Adoration of the Three Kings"

The problem of contemporary artwork’s conservation in the context of the artist’s notes and works: a case study of Maria Pinińska-Bereś’s "The Meadow of Your Body" - an artwork made using polymer foam

Author: Oskar Hanusek
Mentor: Grażyna Korpal, Professor

Jan Matejko Academy Of Fine Arts in Kraków(Poland)
Study programme: Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art 
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of paintings, 6th study year  

Summary

HANUSEK OskarThe Meadow of Your Body was made by Maria Pinińska-Bereś in 1987. It is a horizontal, contemporary sculpture, with one element soft, made of cotton fabric. Originally it was filled with a "mattress" made of a sheet of polyurethane foam. The surface of the sculpture is covered with pink acrylic paint. The color and shape refers to the issues characteristic of Pinińska’s creations – femininity, feminism and eroticism. The main problem is the degradation of the polyurethane filling, which entirely lost its shape, density, elasticity and softness. Therefore the work of art lost its principal attributes.
In a broad archive of the artist, one can find detailed instructions about conservation treatments and specifications (also ideological) of used materials. Not only the appearance, but the type, elasticity or weight of material are important as well. The principal task was to remove the old filling, and replace it with a new material - that fulfils the artist’s ideas but is also durable. During the work, other problems were also raised like the recognition of artist’s technology or the cleaning of acrylic surfaces.

Opširnije:The problem of contemporary artwork’s conservation in the context of the artist’s notes and...

A proposal to establish a more suitable micro-indoor environment for the two paintings by Valentin Metzinger in the Succursal Church of Žale, Kamnik

Author: Petra Juvan
Mentor: Tamara Trček Pečak, MA, Associate Professor
Co-mentor: Vincenc Butala, Ph.D., Full Professor

University of Ljubljana, Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Slovenia)
Conservation and restoration of works of art (MA)
JUVAN PetraSpecialization: Conservation-restoration of paintings and polychrome plastic material, 1st year of study 

Summary

The topic of the presentation is the micro-indoor environment of paintings Saint Joachim and Saint Anne with Mary and Saint Florian and Saint Donat, painted by Valentin Metzinger, an important representative of Slovenian Baroque painting. The paintings are kept in the church of Mary and Joseph's engagement in Žale near Kamnik. The parameters of the church's indoor are not monitored rendering the pictures liable to damages. Using two different methods, we attempted to assess which environmental factors could pose a threat to the paintings and at the same time tried to explore the possibilities for establishing a more suitable indoor microclimate for the paintings.

Opširnije:A proposal to establish a more suitable micro-indoor environment for the two paintings by...

Short video documentary: conservation and restoration works on the sculpture of St. Michael the Archangel

Author: Ivan Tibor Grujić

University of Zagreb, Academy of Fine Arts (Croatia)

Summary

This video documented material is showing research, conservation and restoration works that have been made on sculpture of St. Michael the archangel, which is the theme of graduation work of Ivan Tibor Grujić.
In the late 1939, the sculpture came into possession of the Diocesan museum in Zagreb, but originally it was the property of St.Peter's chapel in Taborište. The chapel was roughly damaged by shelling during the Croatian War for Independence.
The video guides and documents every phase of conservation and restoration work that has been done untill now; including field and archival researches, scientific analysis (microsampling, XRF) and gamma ray radiation on the Institute "Ruđer Bošković" in Zagreb. By this occasion, a condense and shortened version will be presented and one completeness which is going to be a part of above mentioned graduation work.

Opširnije:Short video documentary: conservation and restoration works on the sculpture of St. Michael the...

10. MEĐUNARODNA KONFERENCIJA STUDIJA KONZERVACIJE-RESTAURACIJE, DUBROVNIK 2013.

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Istraživački radovi na štafelajnim slikama Izidora Kršnjavog metodom rentgenske fluorescentne analize (XRF)

Autorica: Tina Bertović
Mentor: Dr. sc. Vladan Desnica, izvanredni profesor

Integrirani sveučilišni preddiplomski i diplomski studij restauriranja i konzerviranja umjetnina, smjer slikarstvo 
V. godina 
Akademija likovnih umjetnosti u Zagrebu

BERTOVIC TinaSažetak
U sklopu diplomskog rada "Istraživački i konzervatorsko-restauratorski radovi na pet slika Izidora Kršnjavog" pod vodstvom izv. prof. dr. sc. Vladana Desnice, uz konzervatorsko-restauratorske postupke, provode se detaljna istraživanja koristeći nekoliko fizikalno-kemijskih analitičkih metoda. U svrhu što preciznijeg, a ujedno i nedestruktivnog ispitivanja elementnog sastava materijala, korišten je prijenosni uređaj za rentgensku fluorescentnu analizu XRF (eng. X-ray flourescence). Ta se metoda temelji na emisiji fluorescentnih rentgenskih zraka iz materijala koji je pobuđen primarnim rentgenskim snopom, a ispitivani uzorak karakterističnog je zračenja preko kojeg očitavamo sastav uzorka.
U ovom radu, predstavljene su osnovne karakteristike XRF-a analize potkrepljene različitim primjerima iz dosadašnje prakse s naglaskom na istraživačke radove provedene na pet štafelajnih slika Izidora Kršnjavog. Ujedno, kroz konkretne primjere bit će navedeni potencijalni problemi s kojim se istraživač susreće prilikom interpretacije XRF rezultata.

 

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Opširnije:Istraživački radovi na štafelajnim slikama Izidora Kršnjavog metodom rentgenske fluorescentne...

Konzervatorsko–restauratorski zahvati na ulomcima zidnih oslika s arheološkog lokaliteta sv. Martin u Umagu

Autor: Petar Gudelj
Mentori: Mr.sc. Tonči Borovac, docent; dr.sc. Branko Matulić, redoviti profesor

Integrirani sveučilišni preddiplomski i diplomski studij konzervacije-restauracije, 
specijalističko usmjerenje konzervacija-restauracija zidnih slika i mozaika
GUDELJ PetarV. godina
Umjetnička akademija Sveučilišta u Splitu

Sažetak
Tema ovog izlaganja je konzervacija-restauracija ulomaka zidnih oslika iz crkve sv. Martina na Trgu sv. Martina u  Umagu. Glavni je zadatak projekta bio zaštititi spomenute ulomke od daljnjeg propadanja. Slijedeći plan zahvata ulomci su mehanički očišćeni, desalinizirani, konsolidirani vakuumskom metodom te dokumentirani. Svaki od navedenih zahvata popraćen je kako pisanom tako i fotodokumentacijom te nizom laboratorijskih analiza. Arheološka istraživanja su provedena 2010/2011. godine dok je proces konzervacije-restauracije ulomaka  zidnih slika  započet 2012. godine, a završen je početkom 2013. godine.

 

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Opširnije:Konzervatorsko–restauratorski zahvati na ulomcima zidnih oslika s arheološkog lokaliteta sv....

Antički fragmenti zidnih slika iz Knedlovog vrta u Kranju i problematika konzerviranja-restauriranja zidnih slika iz arheoloških nalazišta

Autorica: Pika Škerlj
Mentor: Dr. sc. Blaž Šeme, docent
Komentorica: Dr. sc. Sabina Kramar, docentica

Akademija za likovnu umjetnost i oblikovanje
Odjel za restauraciju u Ljubljani, Slovenija
SKERLJ Pika-m*Projekt je realiziran tijekom ak. god. 2012./2013.*

Sažetak 
Glavna tema diplomskog rada su fragmenti zidnih slika, iskopanih u Kranju na Tomšičevoj 38 (poznati i pod nazivom Knedlov vrt). Iskopavanja je provodila grupa Magelan group d.o.o. godine 2005. Diplomski se rad bavi teoretskim i praktičnim problemima koji su specifični za fragmentarne nalaze fresaka na arheološkim lokalitetima. Analizom tehnike i tehnologije, obzirom na značenje kojeg su freske imale u antici, moguće je ocijeniti njihovu vrijednost za razumijevanje lokalne povijesti. Neki od dijelova imali su urezane grafite koji se pripisuju germanskim plemenima. Praktični dio rada predstavlja rezultate analize žbuke i slojeva boje. 
Zbog fragmentarnosti nalazišta, prije njegovog restauriranja potrebno je dugotrajno evidentiranje i sastavljanje dijelova te također sastavljanje u cjelinu i rekostrukcija. Iako može proces restauriranja biti djelomično digitaliziran, za rekonstrukciju je potrebno traženje paralela u ornamentima iz obližnjih rimskih lokaliteta.

 

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Istražni i konzervatorsko-restauratorski radovi na preostalom inventaru Kapele sv. Jakova na Očuri

Autori: Karlo Vučković i Petra Kovačević
Mentorica: Mr. art. Zvjezdana Jembrih, docentica

Integrirani sveučilišni preddiplomski i diplomski studij restauriranja i konzerviranja umjetnina, smjer kiparstvo 
V. godina 
VUCKOVIC-KOVACEVICAkademija likovnih umjetnosti u Zagrebu

Sažetak
Tema ovog izlaganja je prikaz do sada izvedenih istražnih i konzervatorsko-restauratorskih radova na dvjema polikromiranim drvenim skulpturama iz kapele Sv. Jakova na Očuri, uz osvrt na povijesno-umjetničke  i konzervatorske aspekte vezane uz tu značajnu gotičko-baroknu pavlinsku crkvu. Tijekom godina zapuštenosti  i raznih devastacija  koje su pratile tu sakralnu građevinu, njezin je barokni inventar većim dijelom nestao, a preostali fragmenti su razmješteni i prepušteni daljnjoj devastaciji. Tijekom naših istraživanja pronašli smo, spasili, istražili i konzervirali neke od skulptura, a njihova sudbina nakon radova još nije izvjesna. Ovim izlaganjem također se ukazuje na propadanja hrvatske kulturne baštine, te se na primjeru ovih preostalih skulptura problematizira nalaženje mogućih rješenja.

 

CJELOVITI TEKST IZLAGANJA KARLA VUČKOVIĆA DOSTUPAN JE OVDJE. CJELOVITI TEKST IZLAGANJA PETRE KOVAČEVIĆ PREUZMITE  OVDJE.

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Opširnije:Istražni i konzervatorsko-restauratorski radovi na preostalom inventaru Kapele sv. Jakova na Očuri

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