THEME 1 – MECANISMES D’ALTERATION DU VERRE EN ATMOSPHERE

Verres industriels et nucléaires (suite) – Chairman : Patrick Jollivet

9h15 – 9h50 A review of industrial glass weathering in atmospheric conditions
Sophie Papin1 et Patrice Lehuédé1,2
1 Saint-Gobain Recherche et 2 C2RMF (France)

9h50 – 10h25 Long term observation (6 years) of glass enamels in outdoor exposure and two years of weathering and cleaning of float glass
Edda Rädlein
Technische Universität Ilmenau (Allemagne)

10h25 – 10h55 Pause

THEME 2 – SOLUTIONS POUR LA CONSERVATION DES VERRES EXPOSES EN ATMOSPHERE

Verres du Patrimoine Culturel – Chairman : Isabelle Pallot-Frossard

10h55 – 11h30 Muséographie et conservation de la collection d’émaux peints de Limoges chimiquement instables du musée du Louvre
Françoise Barbe
Musée du Louvre, Département des Œuvres d’Art, Paris (France)

11h30 -12h05 La collection de verres anciens altérés du musée des arts décoratifs
Jean-Luc Olivié
Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris (France)

12h05 – 12h40 Conservation and restoration of stained-glass windows in historical monuments of Paris
Jessica Degain
Direction des Affaires Culturelles, Ville de Paris, Paris (France)

12h40 – 13h50 Déjeuner

13h50 – 14h25 EN VERRE et malgré tout
Martine Bailly
Restauratrice verre – enseignante et responsable de la filière Arts du feu à l’Institut National du Patrimoine, Aubervilliers (France)

14h25 – 15h00 Research applied to the conservation-restoration of stained-glass windows
Claudine Loisel1,2 et Barbara Trichereau1,2
1 Laboratoire de Recherche des Monuments Historiques, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Champs-sur-Marne (France)
2 Sorbonne Universités, Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Collections (CRCC, UMR 3224), Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, CNRS, Paris (France)

15h00 – 15h35 Investigation into the effects of conservation treatments on degrading Limoges enamels at the Rijksmuseum
Chiara Gamarra, Joosje van Bennekom, Sara Creange, Guus Verhaar
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)

15h35 – 16h05 Pause

Verres du Patrimoine Culturel (suite) – Chairman : Hannelore Römich

16h05 – 16h40 Identification of glass objects susceptible to crizzling – is it possible
Jerzi J. Kunicki-Goldfinger
Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warsaw (Pologne)

16h40 – 17h15 The implementation of ion chromatography as a key analytical technique for investigation of the degradation of unstable glass in museum collections
Guus Verhaar1,2, Maarten R. van Bommel1,3, Norman H. Tennent1
1 Department of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, Amsterdam School for Memory, Heritage and Culture, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Humanities, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
2 Conservation and Research Department, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
3 Van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS), Faculty of Science, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

17h15 – 17h50Atmospheric conditions that promote or inhibit crizzling in glass objects
Stefan Koob
The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning (USA)