1-6 of 6 results  for:

  • Photography x
  • Conservation and Preservation x
Clear all


Angela H. Moor, Ian L. Moor and Susie Clark

The conservation of photographic materials relates to the passive and interventive techniques used to clean, stabilize, consolidate, repair, and restore original photographic positive and negative images.

See also Photography

Angela H. Moor and Ian L. Moor

Conservation for photographic materials must take into account the characteristics and properties that denote the photograph as an artifact, rather than just a visual image, and historic and technological information must be preserved to ensure the continuation of the provenance of the photograph. Regarding the photograph as an image will include all the visual, social, historic, artistic, and aesthetic information that is represented within the picture created by the photographer. This concept also relates to the individuality of style, interpretation, and presentation of the photographer in respect of that which he purposefully or accidentally captured in his work. Regarding the photograph as an artifact will include the visual and material characteristics that make up and form the essence of the photograph. These physical properties include the light-sensitive coatings found in non-colloidal images such as calotypes, salted paper prints, cyanotypes, and platinum prints or in the image-carrying colloid or colloidal emulsions, whether silver or pigmented, and their supporting bases, mountants, and presentation materials. These properties are relatively easy to recognize (...


Oldest and largest photography museum in the United States, located in Rochester, NY. Since it opened its doors to the public in November 1949, George Eastman House has played a pivotal role in shaping and expanding the field of American photography. George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak Company, never knew his home would become a museum; he bequeathed the mansion where he lived from ...


Deborah Cullen

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was founded in 1929 by patrons Lillie P(lummer) Bliss, Cornelius J. Sullivan and Rockefeller family, §1 to establish an institution devoted to modern art. Over the next ten years the Museum moved three times and in 1939 settled in the Early Modern style building (...


German, 19th century, male.

Born 7 February 1801, in Brunswick; died 21 January 1879, in Brunswick.

Painter, photographer, art restorer. Portraits.

He restored the medieval frescoes in the cathedral in Brunswick.

Brunswick (Städtisches Mus.): Self-portrait; Portrait of the Artist's Parents



Italian, 20th century, male.

Born 1933, in Biella (Piedmont).

Painter, sculptor, installation artist, photographer, writer.

Arte Povera.

The son of an art restorer, Michelangelo Pistoletto lives and works in Turin, and also teaches at the academy of fine arts in Vienna.Pistoletto's early works, painted during the 1950s, consisted of self-portraits against a monochrome background that revealed an interest in the work of Francis Bacon. He made his name from ...


Austrian, 19th century, male.

Active in Hermannstadt (Sibiu, Romania) and Vienna.

Born 15 April 1815, in Vienna; died 25 December 1861, in Vienna.

Painter, art restorer, photographer. Portraits.

Theodor Sockl attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna (1834–1836). he painted portraits and an altarpiece for a church in Josefstadt. In ...