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Mount-Making for Museum Objects

Robert L. Barclay

Mount-Making for Museum Objects

by Robert L. Barclay

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Published by Canadian Conservation Inst .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - General,
  • Design - General,
  • Art

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11027610M
    ISBN 100660175312
    ISBN 109780660175317

    Mount Making: The Design glass, and ceramic including composite objects. Each day includes both lectures and hands-on workshops using objects from the Logan Museum to illustrate key issues. serves as an introduction to the care and structure of historic book collections and is useful as an introduction to book collections for those who. Museum Mount Making home images contact. Providing quality mount making and installation services for museums, libraries, dealers and private collectors for over thirty years. Museum Mount Maker Woodstock, NY / Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NY American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY.

    Mount-making for museum objects Paperback – Jan by R. L Barclay (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Jan "Please retry" — Author: R. L Barclay. Book Menu. Conservation and Care of Collections () Anstey, S, , Steel shelving systems for small-to medium-sized objects, in Museum methods: a practical manual for managing small museums and galleries, (Ed.) P. Landman, Museums Australia Inc (NSW), Sydney. Barclay, R., Bergeron A. and Dignard, C., , Mount-making for Museum.

    Nov 15,  · Before I worked in the exhibits department of a museum, I had never even considered how objects and artifacts in museums were presented. I always focused on the object or the label or the overall feel of the exhibition. It never crossed my mind what went behind taking a delicate object and suspending inside of Read More». Jan 20,  · Books are made of organic materials. The text block (the inside pages of a book) consists of paper (cellulose fibres) or sometimes parchment (animal skin). The text block is protected by a cover, which may be made of vellum, leathers or fabrics stretched over boards made of wood or card.


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First published: Jan, by Robert Barclay, Andre Bergeron and Carole Dignard This book provides specific information and useful advice on the mounting of museum objects.

Topics covered include reasons for creating mounts, recommended stable materials, tips on choosing materials, the working properties of materials, and methods for measuring Mount-Making for Museum Objects book.

Objects with custom-made mounts are illustrated. Mount-Making for Museum Objects [Robert L. Barclay, Andre Bergeron, Carole Dignard, Carl Schlichting] on museudelantoni.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying museudelantoni.com: Robert L. Barclay. Apr 17,  · The photographs used in this blog entry were taken at a recent session we held in the Museum’s mount-making workshop.

We were looking at some prototype mounts that the Museum Techs had created for some of the objects going into our display about Napoleon (the objects shown here reflect the influence of Napoleon’s Egyptian campaigns on.

Mount-making for Museum Objects (2nd ed) by Robert Barclay, André Bergeron, and Carole Dignard (Illustrations by Carl Schlichting) Advances in the Protection of Museum Collections from Earthquake Damage: Papers from a Symposium Held at the J.

Paul Getty Museum at the Villa on May 3–4, ; Articles and Links. Wikipedia entry on Mountmaking. Conservators Alastair Fox & Carole Dignard will also cover materials for making supports and measuring museum objects using appropriate tools.

For this hands-on workshop, no previous mount-making experience is necessary but familiarity with simple hand tools is encouraged. This workshop will cover: Importance of Support; Materials for Mounting.

Aug 19,  · Mount-making for museum objects by R. Barclay,Canadian Conservation Institute, Centre de conservation du Québec edition, in English - 2nd museudelantoni.com: Book Arts & Book Repair Cleaning Supplies Conservation Equipment Conservation Tools Lighting and Magnification pH Measuring Mount Making Tools Sealing Machines Suction Tables Viewing Systems Temperature & Humidity Monitoring Equipment Conservation Materials.

CONSERVATION MATERIALS Museum Mat/Mounting Boards & Frame Kits Negative. Apr 22,  · Woman Wears $13 Ring For 30 Years, Looks Again And Realizes She’s A Millionaire - Duration: Did You Know. 7, views. All mounts for artifacts that are going on display need to be well enough made that they are not ugly or obtrusive.

A good display mount is first functional, and then as unobtrusive as possible. The observer's eye acknowledges the mount but does not concentrate on it. There is nothing quite so distracting to a small mounted artifact than a crudely finished Plexiglas base. Dec 15,  · Invisible Artwork: The Mount Making Dilemma You can visit this—and many, many other incredible objects—at the new National Museum of African American History and Culture.

You’ll also visit our 2,+ mounts, but despite all this work, we hope you don’t notice them. Mount-Making for Museum Objects by Robert L. Barclay, R. Barclay, JuneCanadian Conservation Inst edition, Spiral-bound in English - 2 Spi edition.

We are familiar with a full range of mount making practices, from pinning small delicate objects, to designing and fabricating large structural mounts.

These armatures are carefully padded to prevent abrading to the objects, whilst keeping the aesthetic appearance. Object Mount Making Services Object Mounting & Installation Art Installations.

in direct contact with museum objects, but they often can be used to adhere other surfaces within the mount. To mount photographs, use neutral (pH 7), lignin-free mat boards and papers.

Use lignin-free, buffered or alkaline-reserve Book and Paper Group, American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Sources. The ever-changing nature of designing and constructing supports for an unending list of objects, serves to keep Clemenko fascinated with the art of mount-making.

And combining traditional methods and materials with new ones, as they evolve, ensures that the field remains a fertile environment for the exchange of knowledge and information.

Museum Display Products. Museums vary widely in size, style, and subject matter, creating a wide range of display needs. Museums prefer a quality product that is also aesthetically pleasing and does not draw attention away from the object(s) being displayed.

University Products is the leading supplier of materials for conservation, restoration, preservation, exhibition, and archival storage. Browse our sit. Exhibit & Display. Achieve your creative vision down to the smallest detail with Gaylord's complete line of exhibit cases, display cases, supplies and accessories can help you show off your collections in their best light, while keeping them safe, preserved and protected.

Here you will find a number of publications available in both digital and/or print format. Lighting Methods for Photographing Museum Objects. Metals and Corrosion: A Handbook for the Conservation Professional and Preservation Management.

The Gentle Art of Applied Pressure. TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK Mount-making for Museum Objects (second. Mannequins, Mounts and Museums- Cost Effective Ways of Displaying Your Collection Where to Begin Museum Mannequins, Alberta Regional Group of Conservators, Barclay, Robert; Bergeron, Andréand Dignard, Carole.

Mount-making for Museum Objects Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute, Oct 28,  · October 28, What a year it’s been!

England, Burke Museum, and New Workshops! Hi all, It’s been over a year since I last posted about speaking at the 6 th International Mountmaking Forum in London and plans to teach at West Dean College.

A .Mountmaking for museum objects has been practised for years to give objects aesthetic appeal in an exhibit setting. More recently an emphasis has been placed on the role of proper mounts as tools of preventive conservation. The two missions can coexist and this course will explore the logic, methods and materials to accomplish this goal.