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標題: 水彩紙性質之分析
Analyses of the Properties Water Color Paper
作者: 廖月伶
Liaw, Yueh-Ling
關鍵字: Water color paper;水彩紙;Property;Analysis;Permanence;Aging;Gelatin;性質;分析;保存性;劣化;動物膠
出版社: 森林學系
摘要: 
水彩畫源自十七世紀左右之歐洲,歐洲國家對水彩紙製造上已有數百年歷
史,品質有相當水準在,臺灣畫家喜歡採用歐洲進口之水彩紙。本研究主
要對市售常見進口及省產水彩紙性質之分析,並評估保存性;此外蒐集水
彩紙之資料及調查本省專業畫家對水彩紙使用情形及保存問題。試驗結果
歸納如下:一般以進口的水彩紙品質較為優良、穩定,但價格高;而省產
的水彩紙品質較難控制,易變黃及破損,但價格低。就水彩紙保存性言:
以英國華特曼水彩紙、美國水彩紙、法國堪頌水彩紙耐熱、耐濕性最為安
定。畫家鍾愛的法國阿契斯水彩紙,耐熱性不錯,但對濕度十分敏感,因
而保存作品時,儘量避免濕度太高。再者紙中含動物膠,在加熱劣化時較
為安定,但在加濕情況下劣化速度非常快。

Water color paintings were originated from European
countries in the 17th century. Water color paper making
developed into a highly skilled art in Europe for several
hundred years. Taiwanese painters prefer European-made water
color paper instead of local-made one. The purposes of this
study are:(i) to analyze the properties of imported and
local-made water color papers. (ii) to evaluate the
permanence of these water color papers. In addition, we also
sent out questionaries and obtained information regarding to
the qualities permanence of these commercial water color
papers from the professional painters. The experimental
results are summarized as follows: Imported water color papers
showed superior qualities, good dimensional stability and
high cost, nevertheless, Taiwan-made papers gave unstable
qualities, apparent color reversion, poor strength and low
cost. British Whatman,American-made, and French Canson water
color papers showed superior heat-resistance and
humid-resistance. Because of Arches water color paper with
its good heat resistance and very sensitive to humidness,so
it should keep these paper arts from hostile humid
environment. Water color papers containing gelatin
showed less deterioration after heat accelerated aging test,
but showed remarkable accelerated aging results under
humidified environments.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/65848
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