Issue 3 - spring 2015


Retouching: Past and Present
By Ana Bailão


2nd International Meeting on Retouching of Cultural Heritage
Reviewed by César Porras

Risk Management and Cultural Heritage
Reviewed by Lauri Vaher

Conservation Matters in Wales: Resilient Conservation
Reviewed by Caitlin Southwick


Pre and post Conservation Diagnostics on a 14th Century Gilded Icon from Taormina, Sicily
By Antonino Cosentino, Corinna L. Kock Dandolo, Angelo Cristaudo, Peter Uhd Jepsen

Evaluation of Stitched Support Methods for the Remedial Conservation of Historical Silk Costumes

By Johanna Nilsson

Conservation of A Highly Degraded Egyptian Limestone Stele
By Reyhane Mirabootalebi

RECH2 - 2nd International Meeting on Retouching of Cultural Heritage

Structuring at the Retouching Step: Study of the Risk, Materials and Techniques
By Gaëlle Pentier

Inpainting a Urania 19th Century Toy Theatre: Problems and Solutions
By Cátia Silva, Leonor Loureiro, Fernando Antunes

Stick it on! Temporary Transfer Papers as Retouching Media for Ceramics Conservation
By Tiago Oliveira

Altarpiece Painting: a View from the Inside
By Mercês Lorena

The convergence of graphic sources in the pictorial production of Francisco Ribalta in Valencia, Spain and Gregorio Vásquez de Arce y Ceballos in Bogotá, Colombia
By Natalia Mejía Murillo, Vicente Guerola Blay

Reintegration of Ceramic Tiles based on their Graphic Sources
by Ignasi Gironés-Sarrió and Vicente Guerola-Blay

Retouching a Monumental Terracotta Sculpture: Meeting The Viewer’s Needs
By Cláudia Falcão, Ricardo Triães, Adriano Machado, Cristina Reis, Sónia Tavares, João Ramos