PP809-CON Paintings and Works on Paper: Conservation and Condition Impacting Value

CE 1 | ARM

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Session Description

The condition and treatment of paintings and works on paper certainly impact the value of the work. Condition issues that affect works can range from minor issues of craquelure and tears, to major damages to the painting layer or the media on works on paper. The impact that conservation has on the visual impression of art can vary widely. Appraisers adjustment for value are influenced both by the extent of the condition issue, in addition to artist-specific issues and eras. The talk will offer examples of a variety of condition and treatment issues that will inform appraisers about valuation of condition-related issues.

Speaker Information

Rustin Levenson, Fellow AIC, Fellow IIC, RAAR, Painting Conservator | ArtCare Conservation
Susan Russick, Chief Conservator | Northwestern University Library

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