Reducing the effects of discoloration and foxing from a watercolour drawing

Cellulosic heritage materials are easily subjected to foxing and discoloration due to the high humidity level in Singapore, thus could cause a visually disfiguring effect to artworks. This essay by Assistant Paper Conservator, Phyllis Koh describes the treatment analysis and process involved in treatment of a watercolour drawing - Tibetan Girl.

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Publishers
Heritage Conservation Centre
Publication type
Research Papers, Projects and Case Studies
Published Year
2009