Academic thesis

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Abstract: The „Bunte Hof“ in Osterwieck shows a history of more than 430 years. Built by Ludolph I. of Rössing
in 1578/79, it is an example of rural timber frame construction in German renaissance style. The
eventful history left behind several damages to this building. Though it has endured fire and wars
without damages it has fallen victim to ravages of time and missing reconditioning arrangements.
The aim of this diploma thesis was to create a conception for conservation and restoration of extant
mural paintings on the 1st and 2nd floor. By means of example surfaces practicability of this
conception shall be verified under monument preservation points of view for coming integration into
a utilisation concept.
A particular problem assignment was to remove supposed soot deposits from wooden surfaces. Via
the example surfaces two different renaissance paintings were processed, one of them is a threedimensional,
illusionistic „grisaille“ painting.


  • academic institution: FH Erfurt
  • kind of theses:  Diplomarbeit
  • date:  2010

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