Deposits and Stains
TidelineA change in hue to an area, generally with a darker ring along its edge. Found on either the front or back of the canvas.
COMMENT: COMMENT: Caused by a fluid coming into contact with the painting and subsequently drying, leaving a concentration of dirt or paint particles along the edges of its outmost rim.
LiteratureArslanoglu J., Aquazol as used un conservation practice, 2004, in: WAAC Newsletter vol. 26 nr.1 2004, pp 86-104
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Beerkens L., Noble P., Weerdenberg S., From Pollock drips to perfect white in Jan Schoonhoven’s Zero reliefs, 2017, in: Postprints of the ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference, Copenhagen, 2017, paper 0903
Deposits and Stains(Insect) Excretions