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Several days were devoted to the reintegration of the outer edges, as these areas had with sustained the most damage due to previous restoration campaigns and possibly poor storage/handling conditions. Extremely small brushes are used to carefully mix and apply the reversible, stable conservation paints to areas of loss and abrasion. (Pictured Here: Project volunteers Morgan Shankweiler and Sarah Beaver)
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Date: 2015-02-15
The face of the child along the far right edge of the painting had sustained considerable damage during previous restoration campaigns. The conservation team spent many hours carefully reintegrating the losses throughout the face.
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Date: 2015-02-22
Extremely small brushes are used to carefully mix and apply the reversible, stable conservation paints to areas of loss and abrasion throughout the female figure near the center of the painting.
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Date: 2015-02-22
Extremely small brushes are used to carefully mix and apply the reversible, stable conservation paints to areas of loss and abrasion throughout the scattered losses in the left soldier's shoulder.
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Date: 2015-02-22
Continued retouching/inpainting small areas of loss as well as larger textured fills. Began to tone larger losses throughout the upper section of the painting. Continued using silicone molds and wax-resin paste to impart texture in large areas of loss.
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Date: 2015-03-01