International Workshop on Conservation being held at Lahore Fort

illumination-of-lahore-fort-s-picture-wallLAHORE: A three-day international workshop to highlight the conservation of the 1,450-feet long and 50-feet high – a famous expanse of decorative glazed tiles and wall paintings — will be held at the Lahore Fort on Monday (today). According to Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA), prototype preservation was carried over a 45-feet high and 30-feet wide panel on the western segment of the Picture Wall by Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) and the WCLA, involving the experts from Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France and Sri Lanka.

In his statement, Aga Khan Cultural Service-Pakistan CEO Salman Beg said that country affiliate of AKTC, carried out preliminary documentation of the Picture Wall in 2015-2017 as part of the larger Lahore Fort Conservation Project.

Source: Int’l workshop on conservation being held at Lahore Fort – Daily Times

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