The documentation of artworks is essential to their preservation. Such written records and
photographic documentation assure a permanent archive of information on all objects,
enhancing scholarly reference, efficacy of future conservation and monetary value.
Conservators in the centre document the physical composition of artworks, identify artist
materials and techniques, and describe vulnerabilities, condition and damage, as well as detail
their own conservation treatments to meet distinct needs such as to examine art works in
preparation of conservation, to document artworks before and after treatment, transportation and
storage. Team undertake in-house as well as on site documentation reports or public, private
agencies and individuals. This kind of documentation reports helps in understanding different
aspects of the treatment, and creates a record of procedure and condition for future curatorial
conservation reference also a vital source for collection care, loan and travel etc.