The Modular Cleaning Program (MCP) lecture by Chris Stavroudis, September 2011 Amsterdam for restoration

The Modular Cleaning Program (MCP) lecture by Chris Stavroudis

Amsterdam, September 2011

For the Aqueous Cleaning Method by Richard Wolbers, painting restorer Stavroudis developed a computerized Modular Cleaning Program (The MCP) to make the method efficient and accessible.

On the first and second of September 2011 Chris gave lectures on how to use the computer program and the aqueous chemistry.
Next week a small group of restorers of different disciplines will start
making their own MCP cleaning test sets and take the first steps in using it.
Kate Bangerter and Marjan de Visser are participating.
The Modular Cleaning Program (MCP) lecture by Chris Stavroudis
Chris Stavroudis explains the MCP, September 2, 2011
To be continued…
★ Mijn kennis van schilderijen en de liefde voor restauratie in het algemeen deel ik graag met collega’s en opdrachtgevers ★

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