The brochure presents the conservation-restoration of a 17th century engraving depicting a Genealogical Tree of the Franciscan Orders, from the St. Francis on the Waterfront Monastery in Split. The work was carried out at the Dubrovnik Department for Conservation.
Co-published by the Croatian Conservation Institute and Plincro Ltd., the monograph provides a detailed account of all activities related to the protection of cultural heritage on the gas pipeline route Pula–Karlovac. This includes conservation research, archaeological probing on land and under the sea, rescue excavations and archaeological surveillance along the entire gas pipeline route.
This publication presents articles on the conservation-restoration treatments of paintings, carried out in the Croatian Conservation Institute's workshops. The book also features a number of art historical studies which trace the construction phases of the church, along with studies of works done by such distinguished painters as Angelo Canini, Andrea Vaccaro, Bartolome Litterini and Sebastiano Ricci, situating them in the context of their time.
The exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb presented the six-year conservation-restoration work on Titian’s St. Mary Magdalene, St. Blaise, Archangel Raphael with Tobias and the Donor. The painting is a part of St. Mary Magdalene’s Altar in the Dominican Church in Dubrovnik.