Video: Framing a Frank Lloyd Wright rendering

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DavidC
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Video: Framing a Frank Lloyd Wright rendering

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Would an appropriate conservation of the drawing, in preparation for framing, have been to flatten the paper, to remove the wrinkles ?

On my mother's knee I learned that paper can be ironed. I don't know what procedure a conservator would use ...


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