Preservation and prevention
The ravages of time gnaw on books, paintings and graphics. After completion of a piece of artwork, an inexorable natural ageing process begins more or less quickly. The changes of the physical and chemical specifications have impact not only on the outer appearance, but also lead to a successive decay of the object. Any measure taken to preserve the traditional, historically grown, state of the artwork belongs to conservation. The tools and preservative agents chosen are supposed to enable individual, object-related preservation of the artwork. Prevention includes measures serving to reduce prophylactically the extent of all unnatural changes and damages of the original.
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