Conservation Report. A report on a private collection of art works; their condition, and recommendations for conservation treatment, with an estimated account of the costs involved A paper submitted for the Diploma in Fine Art Conservation at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery New Zealand

By: Watt, Gillian M.

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No signatures. Minor staining to boards.; A thesis. Case studies of conservation requirements for nine works ("three oil paintings, three watercolours, two acrylic paintings and one ink drawing") by three New Zealand artists: Colin McCahon, M. T. [Toss] Woollaston and Richard Killeen. The works include Colin McCahon's painting "Otago Peninsula". [iii], 32 pages. Brown cloth boards. Page dimensions: 296 x 210mm. With 10 tipped in photographs of the works, and 10 slides in a pockets at the rear. The works by M. T. Woollaston are: Mapua Landscape (1939); Mapua Landscape with Pine Tree or Mapua Landscape (1940); Self-Portrait (1942); Mahana (1944). The works by Colin McCahon are: Otago Peninsula (1946-49); Pohutakawa Tree, High Tide (1958); Weeping Madonna (1967); Rocks and Sky (1976). The work by Richard Killeen is (untitled) (1968). ; 4to

Title: Conservation Report. A report on a private collection of art works; their condition, and recommendations for conservation treatment, with an estimated account of the costs involved A paper submitted for the Diploma in Fine Art Conservation at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery New Zealand

Author Name: Watt, Gillian M.

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dunedin, 1981

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 10990