Considers the effectiveness of triammonium citrate in surface cleaning paintings - in particular, in removing intractable players of dirt that cannot be cleaned with conventional solvents and aqueous cleaning agents. Also describes cleaning tests on one of Turner's oil sketches, and identifies the composition of the obscuring layer.
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Conference paper (published)
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Conference held jointly by UKIC and the Tate Gallery
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Dirt and pictures separated: papers given at a conference held jointly by UKIC and the Tate Gallery, January 1990
- Hackney, Stephen
- Townsend, Joyce H.
- Eastaugh, Nick
United Kingdom Institute of Conservation
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