Adhesion Cohesion Changes
CrumblingA friable (paint) layer that has broken down into small pieces no more than a few millimeters in size and detached from the support
COMMENT: COMMENT: Disintegration as a result of chemical, physical or biological deterioration causing the gradual dissolution of binding medium.
LiteratureMauny-van den Burg, J.M, Veerman A., van den Berg K.J., Trials and Tests for the Consolidation of Matte, Powdery Paints. Two Case Studies, 2016, in: Colore e Conservazione, 13–14 November 2015, Politecnico di Milano. Padova, pp 185-193
Pocobene G., Hodkinson I., Use of a Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive to Facilitate the Transfer of a Severely Tented Painting, 1992, in: JAIC vol. 31, iss. 2, 1992, pp 161-173
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Maisey S., Smithen P., Vilaro Soler A., Recovering from destruction: the conservation, reintegration and perceptual analysis of a flood-damaged painting by John Martin, 2011, in: ICOM-CC 16th Triennial Meeting Postprints, Lisbon, 2011, paper 682
Adhesion Cohesion ChangesBlistering