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Caring for Your Art: A Guide for Artists, Collectors, Galleries, and Art Institutions Paperback – November 27, 2001
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"Caring for Your Art is a straight forward reference work that could become a well thumbed through volume on your reference shelf." -- Graphic Artist Guild
"Caring for Your Art uses the kind of language most homeowners can easily understand. [It] is the hands down winner in terms of readability and useful illustrations." -- American Artist
"Caring for Your Art will be an invaluable addition to the library of anyone who creates, collects, or exhibits art." -- Antiques & Auction News
"Handling art is an art. Get and read Jill Snyder's book, Caring for Your Art. Then make sure that everyone on your staff reads it, too. I have been knocking around the art world for over 25 years, and I learned more than one thing I didn't know from this excellent book. . . . Wow." -- Artifacts
"The information is useful for any person who must care for art. The methods mentioned are taken from interviews with artists, conservators and other art professionals." -- Decor
"This book . . . is a guide for artists, collectors, galleries, and art institutions, and is sure to be helpful in the safekeeping of your art as well as becoming an invaluable addition to your library." -- Fidelity's Home Magazine
"This book offers step-by-step guidelines for the safekeeping of art in your studio, home or gallery . . . the text is easy to read. . . . There are helpful tips on photographing your work, important not only for artists wishing to duplicate slides for potential clients or collectors, but for documentation of works for insurance purposes." -- Communication Arts --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From the Publisher
Concerns about preserving an artwork ideally start before a work is created or put on display: What degree of humidity can a studio or show room have? How will the exciting new plastic material behave once the color has dried out? With CARING FOR YOUR ART, those involved with the creation and distribution of art will be able to choose locations, creative material, supports, framing equipment and wrapping material without running into unpleasant surprises.