CrazingAn opaque layer formed by the fine network of interconnected surface cracks.
COMMENT: COMMENT: Crazing is mostly found in the varnish layer on a painting, but sometimes also in the upper thin layer of the paint layer.
LiteratureBarten J., Lagana A., van Oosten T., Seen from behind: Consolidation of painted works on poly(methyl methacrylate) by László Moholy-Nagy, 2017, in: Postprints of the ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference, Copenhagen, 2017, paper 0902
Murray A., Contreras de Berenfeld, C., Chang, S., Jablonski, E., Klein, T., Riggs, M., Robertson E.C., Tse W.M.A., The Condition and Cleaning of Acrylic Emulsion Paintings, 2002, in: Symposium II – Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology VI, vol. 712 II.14, pp 249-253
Surface Whitening(White) Haze