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transfer of panel paintings

transfer of panel paintings. jump to navigation jump to search. sebastiano del piombo's the raising of lazarus was transferred from panel to canvas in 1771. the practice of conserving an unstable painting on panel by transferring it from its original decayed, worm-eaten, cracked, or distorted wood support to canvas or a new panel has been practised since the 18th century. it has now been .

wall padding

to that, a layer of foam will be laminated. for outdoor stadium panels the standard thickness of foam is 3”. foam should be a minimum 1.8 pound density, with a 50-pound ifd. after these steps a 16o oz. to 17 oz. fabric will be stapled over the face of the pad.

conservation and restoration of outdoor murals

conservation and restoration of outdoor murals. the conservation and restoration of outdoor murals is the process of caring for and maintaining murals, and includes documentation, examination, research, and treatment to insure their long-term viability, when desired.

radiant heating and cooling

radiant heating and cooling systems are temperature-controlled surfaces that exchange heat with their surrounding environment through convection and radiation. by definition, in radiant heating and cooling systems, thermal radiation covers more than 50% of heat exchange within the space. hydronic radiant heating and cooling systems are water-based.

detachment of wall paintings

the detachment of wall paintings involves the removal of a wall painting from the structure of which it formed part. once a common practice, with the move towards preservation in situ, detachment is now largely restricted to cases where the only alternative is total loss.


history and design. the solarwall design was developed in 1989 by john hollick of conserval engineering in partnership with the u.s. department of energy ’s national renewable energy laboratory nrel . the system consists of perforated metal panels mounted on a building's sun-facing exterior wall, the panels absorb heat from.