Academic thesis

Doris Zeidler: From the Bennobogen to a ceiling painting Art technology, preservation and restoration of a composite of several wooden panel paintings of the Candid workshop Back
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Abstract: The original individual panels of the Bennobogen (1604 Frauenkirche Munich were joint to a composite in the 19th century, partly overpainted, and faced severe climatic fluctuations. This lead to damage of the paintlayer, open joints, and cracking fissuration. Hence the paint layers pasted with a facing had to be consolidated and the glutin glue layer had to be removed, which was applied as an additional protective step. As a result the bound surface dirt was also eliminated. The voids in the paintlayer can be closed using normal and point retouching. The panelcomposite was stabilized with wooden replenishments and a special frame which enables transport, storage, and presentation.


Keywords: Wooden panel, panel, Candid, composite, framing, Candidworkshop, glutin glue, painting
  • academic institution: Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden
  • kind of theses:  Diplomarbeit
  • main Tutor:  Prof. Dr. Andreas Schulze
  • assistant Tutor:  Dr. Daniela Karl (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum)
  • date:  2018
  • Language:  German
  • pages:  54
  • pictures:  146

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