The Chantry Library Subject Bibliographies aim to support the work of conservators by providing curated information through up-to-date lists of key information sources about a given subject, chosen by a specialist. The bibliographies include a descriptive, evaluative annotation to inform readers of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited, making it easier to evaluate the literature on a given subject.
No.1: South Asian Paper by Jasdip Singh Dhillon
No. 2: Egyptian Tomb Painting by Bianca Madden
No. 3: Woven Fabrics in Book Conservation by Celia Bockmuehl and Nikki Tomkins
No. 4: Survey of Islamic Slipcases: a Preliminary Study by David Plummer
No. 5: Enamelled Metals by Dana Norris
No. 6: Integrated Pest Management by Amy Crossman and David Pinniger
A small number of Subject Bibliographies from 2005-2014 have been archived and can be found here:
Arch. 1: Conservation of Japanese Prints by Celia Bockmuehl, Pamela de Tristan, Robert Minte, Shiho Sasaki, and Pauline Webber.
Arch. 2: Conservation of Photographs by Susie Clark.