On Thursday, August 6, 2015, another one took place – the second conservation committee supervising the works and assessing their progress and results, consisting of representatives of the Museum of Warmia and Mazury, the Warmian-Masurian Conservator of Monuments and experts. It was attended by specialists in the field of conservation of wall paintings: Prof. Władysław Zalewski from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and Prof. Bogumiła J. Rouba from the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. The conservation services were represented by Barbara Zalewska – a provincial conservator of monuments. The Museum of Warmia and Mazury was represented by Anna Mrówka-Richert – deputy director, Małgorzata Jackiewicz-Garniec – head of the Warmia Museum and Anna Szymańska from the Conservation Department.
The course and effects of the previous restoration works were presented by Marcin Kozarzewski, the head of Monumentservice, which together with Gorek Restauro forms a consortium responsible for conducting the work. The conservation committee, after reviewing the report, went to the cloister to see the state of conservation work. Both the current professors and the provincial conservator of monuments positively assessed the previous activities and the further restoration program. Attention was paid not only to the high quality of conservation works, but also to a multifaceted approach to the issue, especially the research effort aimed at fully reading the iconography of individual scenes and epigraphic works – documentation and "decipherment" of inscriptions from several centuries.
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