Archive for conservation of artefacts in museums and archaeological sites - page 2

The Schnütgen Museum in Cologne (Germany)

The Schnütgen Museum in Cologne (Germany)

Appraisal and assessment of level of restoration needed for about 13,750 collectible objects at depot and assessment of restoration needed for displayed collection he Schnütgen Museum is one of the world’s leading museum for art from the Middle Ages. Before the displayed collection and the…

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The Sphinx of pharaoh Hatshepsut in the Egyptian Museum Berlin

The Sphinx of pharaoh Hatshepsut in the Egyptian Museum Berlin

Before the coming new exhibition, a checkup of the condition is to be undertaken and a restorative working-over of the currently damaged sculpture, and the no longer satisfactory supplementations to the general aesthetic image of the whole. The aim of the restoration work is to elaborate all supplementary repair-work and to harmonise the overall aesthetic impression of the original …

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