Acetone was used to remove the fire retardant that had been applied to the backs of both ceilings and the intarsia panels. ... of the small ceiling and the condition of the original polychromy beneath the nineteenthcentury restoration paint (fig.
|Title||:||The Gubbio Studiolo and Its Conservation: Italian Renaissance intarsia and the conservation of the Gubbio studiolo|
|Author||:||Olga Raggio, Antoine M. Wilmering|
|Publisher||:||Metropolitan Museum of Art - 1999|