Recorded: March 25, 2020
Collection Materials Archives: Paintings
Winterthur Museum in-house training video series (2013) Winterthur Museum, Care in Handling General Session, Introduction Winterthur Museum, Care in Handling, Chapter 1, Objects Winterthur Museum, Care in Handling, Chapter 2, Textiles Winterthur Museum, Care in Handling, Chapter 3, Paper Winterthur Museum, Care in Handling, Chapter 4, Books Winterthur Museum, Care in Handling, Chapter 5, Paintings […]
Tips for Collections Care Source: Winterthur Museum, Gardens, and Library Did you ever wonder how to care for your silver, if you should wax your furniture, where you can get acid-free paper and mat board or what is the best way to dust? Winterthur’s Conservation staff has summarized key information here and placed links to […]
Salvage of Water-Damaged Archival Collections (U-Iowa-Libraries) Source: University of Iowa Libraries Salvage of Water-Damaged Archival Collections, Salvage at a Glance
Salvage Operations for Water Damaged Archival Collections: A Second Glance Source: Canadian Council of Archives Salvage is only a small part of the overall disaster planning process: prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery.
Housekeeping for Historic Sites Videos Source: Northeast Museum Services Center, National Park Service (NPS) Ten videos teach the basic cleaning and handling techniques for collections in historic house museums. While cleaning procedures may change over time, the techniques demonstrated here were selected in 1996 because they are non-invasive and have the least long term deterimental effect […]
Caring for Your Treasures Source: American Institute for Conservation (AIC) Proper care and maintenance of your family heirlooms and works of art will ensure that they are available for future generations to enjoy. To help you better care for your personal heritage, we have developed these guides for caring for you treasures.
Caring for Your Paintings Source: American Institute for Conservation (AIC) Paintings are fragile creations that require special care to ensure their continued preservation. Paintings consist of various layers. The paint is applied to a support, typically canvas or wood, which is usually first primed with a glue-sizing and/or ground layer. Traditional paintings are finished with […]
Saving Your Treasures: Paintings Source: Nebraska NET Saving Your Treasure series
The Care and Preservation of Oil Paintings Source: The Henry Ford Oil paintings can be maintained for years of use and enjoyment provided that some basic care and attention is given to their preservation. The conservation staff at The Henry Ford have compiled the information in this fact sheet to help individuals care for their objects […]