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The field of art conservation has evolved parallel to scientific advancements and in response to changing social conditions. Methods have expanded from dusting the surface of a work to bombarding

The field of art conservation has evolved parallel to scientific advancements and in response to changing social conditions. Methods have expanded from dusting the surface of a work to bombarding an image with x-rays in an effort to fulfill the ultimate goal of restoration: to return a piece of art to the state originally created by the artist. The process has become much easier and more complex with the introduction of analytical equipment that shifted the focus of the field away from maintenance towards academic study.

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  • 2015-05
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