BPG East Asian Scrolls
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This page contains information on the materials, structure, and conservation treatment of East Asian scrolls, including hanging scrolls and handscrolls from China, Japan, Korea, or other East Asian countries. See also East Asian Bookbinding.
Wiki Contributors: Melody Chen, Grace Jan, Hsin-Chen Tsai, Qian He, Yi-Hsia Hsiao, Zhichao Lyu, your name could be here
Terminology[edit | edit source]
Handling[edit | edit source]
In the videos below, conservators demonstrate safe handling of Chinese and Japanese handscrolls.
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art. 2010. "Safe Handling Practice for Chinese Handscrolls" and "Safe Handling Practices for Japanese Handscrolls."
Further Reading[edit | edit source]
History of This Page[edit | edit source]
This page was created in August 2020.
|Paper Conservation Topics|
Surface Cleaning · Hinge, Tape, and Adhesive Removal · Washing · Sizing and Resizing · Bleaching · Enzymes · Chelating Agents · Alkalization and Neutralization · Humidification · Consolidation, Fixing, and Facing · Backing Removal · Mending · Filling of Losses · Drying and Flattening · Lining · Inpainting
|Book Conservation Topics|
|Structural Elements of the Book|