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International course on conservation of urushi 2001.

International course on conservation of urushi 2001.

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Published by National Research Institute for Cultural Properties in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lacquer and lacquering -- Conservation and restoration.,
  • Lacquer and lacquering -- Japan.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsTōkyō Kokuritsu Bunkazai Kenkyūjo., International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and the Restoration of Cultural Property.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU88.3 .T6461 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p. :
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21167890M

    S. Rivers, On the conservation of the Mazarin chest, in: 27th International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural.   Urushi or Japanese lacquer has been found to have been used in Japan for something like years BC. This ancient craft is a method of using the sap from the lacquer tree and coating objects made from wood in laquer and decorating in fine gold. We have seen many bowls and spoons on .

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    Article 1, Purpose and functions. The 'International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property', hereinafter called 'ICCROM', shall contribute to the worldwide conservation and restoration of cultural property by initiating, developing, promoting and facilitating conditions for such conservation and : Intergovernmental Organization (IGO). Conservation of cultural heritage involves protection and restoration using "any methods that prove effective in keeping that property in as close to its original condition as possible for as long as possible." Conservation of cultural heritage is often associated with art collections and museums and involves collection care and management through tracking, examination, documentation.


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International course on conservation of urushi 2001 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties and the Getty Conservation Institute cosponsored an international meeting for the study of oriental lacquerware (urushi) in Japan in June The meeting was the first opportunity for urushi specialists to exchange knowledge of historical, technical, and scientific issues, thereby promoting mutual understanding and interest in the conservation.

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Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (TNRICP) is delighted to announce a basic workshop on conservation and restoration of urushi objects (Japanese lacquerware) held in.

Joyce Hill Stoner, PhD, studied conservation and art history at the NYU IFA, has taught paintings conservation for the Winterthur/UD Program in Art Conservation for 43 years, and founded and directs the UD doctoral program in preservation studies.

The International course on conservation of urushi 2001. book of Urushi Objects that are Nationally Designated Cultural Properties SUZUKI Norio IV. POSTER SESSIONS 1. Priming Techniques of Urushi Objects NAGASHIMA Masaharu 2. Traditional Process of Urushi Coating Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties V.

OVERALL DISCUSSION Chairpersons: NISHIKAWA Kyotaro MIURA Sadatoshi. Many collections all over the world house Japanese paintings, calligraphic works and other paper–based artifacts. The purpose of this course is to offer those caring for such collections outside of Japan an insight into the materials and techniques of the Japanese paper-mounting tradition, and to the principles guiding the care of such collections in Japan.

This course will offer a better understanding of a tradition of conservation in Japan to participants from overseas. The course additionally aims to build bridges between Japanese and Western paper conservation and to apply Japanese conservation approaches, materials and techniques to non-Japanese cultural heritage as well.

Sample board demonstrating the stages involved in the creation of a black lacquer ground on a wooden substrate (for subsequent decoration using maki-e techniques), Mejiro Institute of Urushi Conservation, Museum Number FE In this course, a better understanding of the Japanese conservation tradition will be offered to participants from overseas.

In addition, the course aims at providing opportunities to build bridges between Japanese and Western paper conservation and to encourage application of Japanese conservation approaches, materials and techniques to non. ICCROM and National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo are pleased to announce the following international course: JPC - International Course on Conservation of Japanese Paper.

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Urushi is a natural resin from the Urushi tree, and used as a special resin as well as a lacquer since years in Japan. Wood finish from Urushi is of the highest possible quality and hi-gloss we have seen so far.

Thousands of years ago, the typical Buddha statues among others were built with a wooden construction and a special Urushi mix as a resin. offering courses and workshops on the conservation of urushi. This article is about a 1 month, special workshop was held in at the NRICPT in Tokyo, and introduces a joint work of 2 western and 1 eastern specialist on the conservation of a rare type of Japanese urushi or.

COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: International Course on Conservation of Japanese Paper (ICCROM website) Applications were closed: Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation: TOBUNKENNEWS No.

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It builds on and complements an earlier output – DAC Guidelines on Strategies for Sustainable Development– published in File Size: 1MB. urushi-gatame treatments will progressively fill micro-cracks, while multiple suri urushi layers will fill cracks and progressively increase gloss.

Use of urushi-gatame and suri urushi in conservation treat-ments has been widely documented in Japan (National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, –) and, more recently, in the UK.

An in-depth examination of the Far Eastern lacquerware known as urushi, this book considers the art historical and scientific viewpoints and presents the priorities for urushi’s preservation and are the proceedings of the Urushi Study Group meeting held June 10–27,in.

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Elizabeth Hepher ACR, Paper Conservator, The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS). From the 25 th August until the 12 th September I joined ten paper conservators from around the world to attend the International Course on Conservation of Japanese Paper.

The course was organised by The International Centre for the Study of the. The conservation work requires a detailed understanding of the material properties of the Urushi lacquer film. However, Urushi exhibits complex viscoelastic behaviour under load that has not been.COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Training Course on Impact Assessments for World Heritage (WHITRAP website) updated ; The Bijutsu Kenkyu (The Journal of Art Studies) No up updated ; COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: International Course on Conservation of Japanese Paper (ICCROM website) updated ; Profile updated Rivers, S.

(), 'On the Conservation of the Mazarin Chest', in The Role of Urushi in International Exchange: 27th International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, DecemberConference Postprints, Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Property / Tokyo National Museum, pp.