Review for the Institute of Conservation, ICON news, May 2015 "A new technique for washing
artworks on paper" by N.Burnett
The Georgian 'Print Room' Explored. The Wallpaper History Review 2008.
The Conservation and Reproduction of Vitruvius Britannicus. The British Association of Paper
Historians. The Quarterly, No.58, April, 2006.
The article describes the investigation and conservation treatment of engravings circa 1720 and the
process employed for their reproduction.
The Print Room in England and Ireland 1750-1830.
The British Association of Paper Historians. The Quarterly No 55, July 2005.
The Print Room consisted of pasting prints, engravings, etchings, mezzotints, aquatints and lithographs
onto a coloured paper background in a symmetrical arrangement. It was a novel and popular from of
decoration during the reigns of George II, George III and George IV. The article details the development
of the room, including the influence of wallpaper, and the problems of maintaining the few surviving