A painting (India ink and paint) in red and black and white of the head of a woman wearing a kind of thick hood. Signed.
- Found/Acquired: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 29 centimetres
- Width: 20 centimetres
Inscription Positionlower left corner
Inscription ContentSri Rabindra
2011 May 6th, London, BM, Tagore exhibition in Clore Centre Foyer
16 August 2001
Reason for treatment
To be mounted.
White self adhesive tape at corners, causing skinning of paper. Small missing areas at corners. Small hole in image, lower right area.
Applied Culminal (nonionic cellulose ether) as poultice to remove tape. Repaired skinning and infilled missing areas with Japanese paper, using Culminal (nonionic cellulose ether) adhesive. Toned repairs with Winsor and Newton artist's watercolours (organic,inorganic pigments,gum arabic). Humidified over capillary matting and Gore-Tex in a chamber and pressed.
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Object reference number: RFI33319
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