Documentation & Specifications
1.6.1 Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Moffit and Doyle, 1896, New London, CT. Overview of the 50' monument.
1.6.2 Moffit & Doyle, 1887, Soldiers & Sailors Monument, New Haven, CT. Overview of monument and basalt bluff.
1.6.3 Detailed photograph of surface pitting on historic bronze sculpture.
1.6.5 World War Monument, Magonigle, Harold Van Buren, 1928, New Britain, CT. .
1.6.6 Detailed photograph of surface loss on the Indiana limestone.
1.6.7 Minnesota Monument, John Daniels, 1916, Little Rock National Cemetery-Front overview during assessment.
1.6.8 Soldiers Monument, George Bissell, 1884, Waterbury, CT.
1.6.9 French Cross, Unknown, 1920, Cypress Hills National Cemetery, NY. Back overview during assessment.
1.6.4 ATIS, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Purbeck Limestone, 1990, Private Collection, CT. Rigging Diagram
1.6.11 MINUTE MAN MONUMENT ANCHOR DETAIL DRAWING
1.6.12 United Spanish War Veterans Vase Treatment Proposal - Cover.
1.6.13 United Spanish War Veterans Vase Treatment Proposal -Condition.
1.6.14 United Spanish War Veterans Vase Treatment Proposal -Treatment Recommendations.
1.6.15 United Spanish War Veterans Vase Treatment Proposal -Budget.
1.6.16 United Spanish War Veterans Vase Treatment Proposal -Condition Images.
1.6.17 United Spanish War Veterans Vase Treatment Report -Cover.
Each conservation phase requires documentation, maintaining the standards set forth by the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC). Efforts are made to minimize paperwork by customizing assessment forms for each object or collection, emphasizing ease of use and effectiveness. Following actual treatment, the client is given a conservation treatment report that clearly explains each treatment phase, chronicling all methods and materials used, including product information and material data safety sheets (MSDS). Photographic documentation includes unedited JPEG images, titled to describe the object, “before”, “during” or “after” treatment and a description of the condition or process shown.
When required to solicit proposals from several conservation firms, information generated from the condition assessment and treatment recommendations can be tailored to form detailed and concise bid specifications. These documents insure appropriate treatment procedures, material selection, quality control, and provide a standard for RFP submission and review.
Conserve ART Specifications and Documentation:
- Detailed Reports tailored to client and objects needs
- Product and MSDS information
- Unedited JPEG digital images
- Bid Specifications