Oversized Chinese Posters/Conservation Project
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Petukhova, Tatyana; Spaulding, Eliza
The article's focus is on the research findings and conservation treatment of "The Boxer War Rebellion Posters," including an analysis of the posters' paper and notes on the relevant papermaking and printing methods. Storage of these historically significant artifacts is also described in the article.
Chinese posters; Chinese paper; Woodblock printing; Boxer War Rebellion; Conservation of oversized works on paper; Chinese paper fiber; Storage of oversized works on paper; Chinese printing ink; Chinese papermaking; Xuan paper
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