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Conservation of a Japanese screen painting

Svetlana Taylor

Conservation of a Japanese screen painting

effects of wet treatment on the structure of Japanese paper.

by Svetlana Taylor

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Published by Camberwell College of Arts in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesMA Conservation dissertation 1994
ContributionsLondon Institute. Camberwell College of Arts.
The Physical Object
Pagination71 leaves :
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19571237M

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Paper conservation treatment proposals are designed in consultation with the client. The choice of treatment depends not only on the condition of the artifact, but also on other factors such as its future use, storage or display conditions, aesthetic or historic content, predicted outcome of the treatment, and the client's budget. Japanese two-panel screen: Whimsical beast. Wonderful, Meiji period () painting of a bellowing lion executed in a very fine style with excellent and thoughtful details.


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Japanese Painting and calligraphy is mounted in “Kakejiku”(hanging scroll), “Kansu”(Hand scroll), “Byobu”(Folding screen), “Husuma”(Sliding door), “Gaku”(Picture frame), “sassi”(Booklet), “Gacho”(Picture book) etc.

In the process of Conservation of a Japanese screen painting book of such artworks, restoration of paintings (or calligraphys) that is. Japanese Print Conservation Conservation is the goal of the restoration as described above – to preserve the print for future generations to enjoy.

In addition to the above treatments, Japanese print conservation also includes the right way of keeping the prints to protect them from further harm. Japanese hand papermaking, the construction of wood supports, paper lining, and the hinging for screen panels are briefly explained.

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That is copying classical Japanese scroll and screen paintings, an ancient tradition in Japan and also a way of prolonging the lifespan of a venerated painting. Studio MIYABI specializes in the care and conservation of Asian scroll paintings.

As you are most likely aware, scroll paintings require a particular type of expertise and specialized skills. Traning for this type of conservation is normally not available in the United states. Many museums with large Asian collections staff their conservation departments with Chinese or Japanese trained.

From his first Asian art purchase—a painted Japanese fan—Charles Lang Freer was inspired by the beauty of Japanese paintings and ceramics and of Buddhist paintings, metalwork, and sculpture.

More than two thousand Japanese works were included in his gift to the nation. From this foundation, the Freer Gallery’s collection has grown in size and scope. Known in Japanese as byobu (literally 'protection from the wind’), screens served many purposes: as room partitions, as settings for special events and as backdrops for dignitaries.

They offered large and inviting surfaces for decorative painting and many of the finest Japanese artists worked in the format. The Nishio Conservation Studio has conserved Asian painting collections for institutions and individuals across the United States since The Studio’s highly qualified staff provide conservation treatment of Japanese and Chinese hanging scrolls and screen paintings.

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