Technical study of a late 19th century credenza

stevanovic posterAuthor: Sara Stevanović
Mentors: Joško Bogdanović, Teaching Assistant; Alma Dilberović, Teaching and Research Associate

Department of Art and Restoration, University of Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Study programme: Second-Cycle Master's Programme of Study in Conservation-Restoration
Specialization: Conservation-restoration of wood (graduated in 2020/2021)

This poster presents the study of a piece of historicist furniture owned by the Department of Art and Restoration, University of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The study included, among other things, visual analysis and detailed technical drawings of structural and aesthetic solutions used in the production of late 19th century historicistic furniture. This specific piece of neo-renaissance credenza is used to make its technical, aesthetical, and material identification card as a typical representative of late 19th century mass-produced furniture piece.

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STEVANOVIC Sara mShort Biography
SARA STEVANOVIĆ graduated from the University of Dubrovnik at the end of the academic year 2020/2021, specializing in wood conservation-restoration. She is now ready to explore different conservation-restoration approaches. Already during her studies Sara had the opportunity learn and work at other institutions, such as the University of Antwerp (Belgium) and the Croatian Conservation Institute – Department in Šibenik. That experience deepened her interest in work.