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Counference on Asiatic traditional painting

From: Velson C. Horie <velson.horie<-at->
Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
"Asiatic Traditional Painting: Its History and Conservation:
The 4th Heritage Conference
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
18-19 October 2013

China Culture Connect in association with Royal Museums Greenwich

Introduction: The 4th Heritage Conference has an internationally
renowned line up of speakers and a programme of never?before-seen
conservation demonstrations that focuses on Asiatic pictorial art
and the conservation of Chinese painting and calligraphy.

Asiatic pictorial art, especially Chinese painting and calligraphy,
has long been an important component of collections yet this
heritage is heavily reliant upon conservation and the consequent
understanding of historical research, materials, painting techniques
and repairing methods.

Speakers from the Palace Museum, Yi He Yuan Summer Palace in
Beijing, the British Museum, the Shanghai Museum and Nishio
Conservation Studio will discuss paintings and the communication
between these countries over the centuries. They will explore the
influence of different traditions on each another and how local
styles of decoration and conservation techniques evolved.

Over two days, experts from China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and Europe
will present talks and a programme of three technical demonstrations
making this conference a once only opportunity for those in or
training for the conservation, curatorial and museum management
sectors.

Join us and your colleagues at the National Maritime Museum for this
unique conference and take your part in addressing important
conservation and historical topics in a friendly and stimulating
environment.

Not to be missed topics include:

    Large-scale pictorial art conservation

    Qing Dynasty Chinese export wallpaper (National Trust) and Mural
    painting in Imperial building (The Summer Palace, China)

    Conservation theories and case studies by painting and
    calligraphy conservators

    Scientific researches on pigment and ink, consolidant and
    adhesive and types of traditional paper

    Qing court art and modern Chinese painting

    A comparison of Asiatic Painting lining and conservation
    methods: research and demonstrations

Information:

    chinculture.connect<-at->gmail<.>com
    +44 79 2199 5975

    velson.horie<-at->manchester<.>ac<.>uk

In Association With: National Maritime Museum

Sponsor: Tru Vue

    Manufacturing Elaborate Manuscripts from the Silk Road (TBC)
    Renate Noller, Federal Institute for Materials Research and
    Testing (BAM), Germany

    Chinese Wallpaper in the Historic Houses of the National Trust
    in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
        Andrew Bush and Emile de Bruijn, National Trust

    Conservation of Interior Architectural Decoration and Mural
    Paintings in Yi He Yuan Summer Palace
            Wang Minying, Yi He Yuan Summer Palace, Beijing

    On Adhesives for Restoration of Chinese paper Relics
        XuWenjuan, Shanghai Museum

    New thoughts about Korean traditional paintings lining methods
        Mee Jung Kim, British Museum

    Demonstration of Korean Painting Lining and Conservation Mee
        Jung Kim, British Museum

    The Origins, Periods and Impacts of Kangxi Emperor?s Calligraphy
        Yang Danxia, Palace Museum, Beijing

    Traditional Chinese Paper for Painting and Calligraphy? the
    Current Situation and their Permanence
        Chen Gang, Dept. of Cultural Heritage and Museology, Fudan
        University

    Technical Research on the Preservation and Conservation of Asian
    Silk Paintings:  Reversibility and Identification of Inpainting
        Chang Yuan-Feng, National Taiwan Normal University

    History of Japanese Folding Screen
        Kyoichi Itoh, Nishio Conservation Studio, Washington DC

    Japanese Painting Lining and Conservation Demonstration
        Kyoichi Itoh, Nishio Conservation Studio, Washington DC

    Chinese Painting Lining and Conservation Demonstration: Toning
    and Infill
        Chang Yuan-Feng, National Taiwan Normal University

Book Now and Save UKP45 on the Early Bird Discount: Early Bird two
day Pass UKP130 (until 28 September 2013)

    Two day Student Concession UKP85
    Two Day Pass (after 28 September) UKP175
    18 October, 2013 One Day Pass UKP95
    19 2013 October One Day Pass UKP95

All tickets include lunch and refreshments

Book Tickets Online with Paypal

    <URL:http://www.chinacultureconnect.org/tickets-2013-2/>

Velson Horie
Collection Care and Conservation Consultant
2nd ed. Materials for Conservation


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