4 edition of Matting and hinging of works of art on paper found in the catalog.
Matting and hinging of works of art on paper
|Statement||compiled by Merrily A. Smith ; illustrated by Margaret R. Brown.|
|Contributions||Smith, Merrily A., Library of Congress. National Preservation Program Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
Conservation framing is the most commonly agreed-upon term to use when referring to picture framing techniques that protect works on paper. However, many picture framers use the terms conservation framing or museum framing interchangeably with preservation framing. Truthfully, it matters not to your work on paper what you call it. What does matter is that [ ]. Matting your artwork with a hinged window is the most basic form of presentation. You can display the matted work either with or without a or frame. Here we will cut our mat to fit a frame and use photo corners to mount the image. If you are going to be framing your matted picture, buy the frame first.
Matting like this gets pretty technical, it depends on the paper that you used to print, the matting material, the ink used to print, the backing, the life expectancy you wish for, etc. For more information on Framing and Matting, I would take a look at the Blick Youtube Channel, they have great tutorial vidoes here. Lineco Gummed Paper Hinging Tape Part # L Framing/Hinging Gummed Paper Tape 1" x ft For Most Art The high tensile strength of this quality, water activated hinging tape will support all but the heaviest works of art. The paper is acid free with a calcium carbonate buffer and a pH of
How to Display Art on Paper. Posted on March 4, December 6, The one true rule that needs to be followed by all who frame works of art on paper is to do nothing to the work of art that isn’t reversible. Nothing permanent should be adhered to an original work of art. Choose hinging tapes wisely (based on the paper’s weight). The art work size is typically 1/2″ larger than the opening size so you can have an overlap to stick the art work to the back of the mat. Mounting Process on the Mat Window The most simple adhesive method to attach the art to the mat is to simply attach a few strips of tape across the back of the art and matboard.
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Matting and hinging of works of art on paper. New York, N.Y.: Consultant Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Matting and hinging of works of art on paper. New York, N.Y.: Consultant Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Merrily A Smith; Library of Congress.
National Preservation Program. Matting and Hinging of Works of Art on Paper. Hardcover – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback $ 1 New from $9 Manufacturer: Preservation Office, Research Services, Library of Congress.
Matting and hinging of works of art on paper. New York: Consultant Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Merrily A Smith; Library of Congress. National Preservation Program Office.
Matting and hinging of works of art on paper Paperback – January 1, by. Unknown (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author. Unknown. How To Do Your Own Matting And Hinging A Technical Leaflet from the Northeast Document Conservation Center The importance of using proper materials for matting and mounting works of art on paper is becoming a matter of increasing concern to the informed public.
Matting and framing protects works of art and artifacts on paper and provides physically secure and aesthetically sympathetic housing for display, handling, transportation, storage, and support.
Materials used must not react with objects in a damaging/undesirable way. This structure was the book. Books housed sheets of vellum before paper arrived in Europe.
These early books By Hugh Phibbs Preservation Matting for. Two, four, six, and eight ply boards will provide pro- Works of Art on Paper. 6 PFM February Supplement File Size: KB. This pressure sensitive, mounting/hinging tissue is a fine, long fibered tissue with an archival quality pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive that is permanent and non-yellowing.
Ideal for hinging translucent art such as Japanese paper, papyrus, and other light weight art because it won't show through. Mineral spirits are required for removal. Click to read more about Matting and hinging of works of art on paper by Merrily A.
Smith. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Merrily A. Smith. Matting and Hinging Works of Art on Paper. Washington, DC: Library of Congress,32 pp.
Thomson, Garry. The Museum Environment. Boston, MA: Butterworth,rev.pp. Written by Mary Todd Glaser Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND. Matting and Hinging Works on Paper. ICA - Art Conservation. Works on paper are inherently fragile, learn from ICA's Paper Conservator how to handle them appropriately.
This class will review how best to attach paper objects to mats and how to choose the best materials for the job, with an emphasis on conservation grade materials and : Jennifer Souers Chevraux.
Protecting Paper and Book Collections During Exhibition. Phibbs, Hugh. "Building Space Into the Frame" Picture Framing Magazine, Feb. "Preservation Matting for Works of Art on Paper," Supplement to Picture Framing Magazine, Feb.
Smith, Merrily A. Matting and Hinging of Works of Art on Paper. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress. Library of Congress, Matting and Hinging of Works of Art on Paper [PDF: 2 MB / 32 pp.].
Compiled and illustrated by the Library of Congress Conservation Division. Note: PDF does not include the last three chapers -- on Suppliers, Wheat Starch Paste Recipe, and How to Order Preservation Publications -- which are out of date. The high tensile strength of this quality, water activated hinging tape will support all but the heaviest works of art.
The paper is acid-free with a calcium carbonate buffer and a pH of The neutral pH adhesive has excellent tack to hold firmly without slipping or "creeping". Price per roll. Illustarting Children's Books Add to cart. Illustarting Children's Books. $ Matting and Hinging of Works of Art on Paper, 32 Pages, Soft Back Book Add to cart.
Matting and Hinging of Works of Art on Paper, 32 Pages, Soft Back Book. $ Art Matters: Conservation On Paper Septem / Collections - Recent Acquisitions - Slideshows - Staff Updates The BMA has received many beautiful works on paper over the years, and most recently, some important prints from the collection of Roy Green.
Matting and Framing Paintings on Paper. Contemporary Abstract Painter David M. Kessler shows you how to mat and frame small paintings on paper. Abstract Pain. How to Care for Works of Art on Paper, by Roy L.
Perkinson and Francis W. Dollof (out of print). Matting and Framing Works of Art on Paper (American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC). Matting and Hinging of Works of Art on Paper, by Merrily A.
Smith and Margaret Brown (out of print). Use 12gsm Handmade Hinging Paper with Tear Lines for the hinging and repair of photographs, paper and for the structural conservation of books, memorabilia and lightweight works of art. Made from % Thai Kozo fiber, these archival-safe sheets of Japanese Mulberry paper have a pH of and are specially manufactured in Tokushima, Japan, by Awagami : Natural.
Learn the techniques used by conservators for attaching Japanese paper hinges to fine art works on paper. This is the time honored method for ensuring the safety of.
Photographs; Hawaii's Environment: Friend or Foe to Preservation of Artifacts; Preserving Book Collections in Hawaii, etc. If you wish to do your own matting and hinging, please check our handout Hinging and Matting Works of Art on Paper.
Sources for archival quality materials: University Products P.O. Box Holyoke, MA File Size: 22KB.Kimberly Nichols is a paper conservator who has worked for the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
She received her Master of Arts and certificate of advanced study in art conservation from Buffalo State College in New York. Debora Wood is an independent curator and specialist in prints and drawings, formerly of the Art Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University.Self-adhesive Hinging Tissue by Lineco offers permanent hinging for translucent art.
MHT1 is our L-Mount Hinging Tissue that measures 1" x " (35 ft.) and works well for thin, lightweight art, Japanese paper, and papyrus. Press acrylic adhesive to the back of art or paper and watch this translucent, long-fibered tissue disappear.
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