The restoration of easel paintings - a lecture by Lucy Critchlow
- Quaker Meeting House |
- Lecture |
- Tuesday 1 November 2016 - 19:00 until 21:00
An exploration of the practical and ethical considerations faced by conservators. Drawing on several case studies of paintings from a number of local museums, different approaches, techniques and skills will be illustrated. Conservation treatments described will include the consolidation of the flaking paint layers of flood-damaged paintings and the thread-by-thread tear repair procedures, among other techniques. The materials used in the fascinating processes will be on hand to be described.
A table will be booked at the Café Piazza on Church Street for a meal beforehand for those who would like to join. Please confirm on your booking slip if you would like to book a place. Please note this is not included in the ticket price.
There is level access in to the Meeting House and a lift to the first floor.
This event has been organised by the South Yorkshire Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.
10 St James Street, Sheffield South Yorkshire S12EW