|2012 — 2018||Ateliér restaurování výtvarných děl sochařských, Škola Petra Siegla|
During my studies, I focused on the question of restoring wooden polychrome and stone non-polychrome sculptures. In my final year, I restored two works. The first was a wooden polychrome sculpture of the Virgin Mary with a pair of angels. After cleaning and stabilising the loosened polychrome layer, I removed the newest, unsuited, overpaint that had prevented an assessment of the detailed parts of the sculpture. Through the localised retouching of the sculpture’s paint and volume, I combined the non-uniform areas of the surface into a whole. My second graduation task was a stone statue of St. John of Nepomuk. After cleaning the sculpture’s surface, I discovered fragments of polychrome and determined that one half of the head is cement infill. After removing all unsuited additions, I first modelled the missing part using clay, cast it in plaster, and then carved it from stone of the same geological composition. In the end, I placed the stone infill onto the original and unified the sculpture using colour retouching. In my thesis paper, I explore setting a restoration report to music using its various stages.
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