Stanford conservators work to preserve Rodin Sculpture Garden
With dust, UV light radiation and acid rain to contend with, it's difficult to keep outdoor works of art in their original, intended condition. To help fend off corrosion, the Rodin Sculpture Garden, next to the Cantor Arts Center, is in the middle of its annual conservation work. Conservators first wash the sculptures, then apply a layer of wax to act as a buffer between the patina and outside elements.
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