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Title: JunFunori and Water Based Media: A Comparative Investigation into Media Used to Inpaint Matte Surfaces
Authors: Gagne, Stephanie
Keywords: art conservation
painted objects
matte surfaces
Issue Date: 14-Jan-2008
Abstract: Acrylic matte surfaces, as other matte surfaces commonly found on ethnographic objects, paper works and paintings, have challenged conservators when inpainting due to the paint's particular sheen. Some media have been successfully used, allowing for reversibility without damaging the original; among these media are watercolour and Aquazol. The aim of this project was to analyse a new product, JunFunori, in comparison to two already more widely used matte media, watercolour and Aquazol, in order to determine if this product may be a viable alternative to conservators who have great difficulty with inpainting acrylic paints.
Description: Poster (in PPT format) presenting the final research project of the Master in Art Conservation (MAC) at Queen's University (2006-07)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/9112
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