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Allardt Alexandra. Stitching the 21st century into a Gilded Age mansion
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Balch Pippa
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Bordt Nele. Observations on Rudolf Swoboda’s painting technique
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Brooks Mary M. "Indisputable authenticity": engaging with the real in the museum
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Brooks Mary M. Authenticity in the revival of Orthodox ecclesiastical embroidery in post-Soviet Russia
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Bulow Anna. Cultural heritage online: questions of authenticity authority and authorship
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Carlyle Leslie. Building visual evidence of past practices in the creation of oil paintings
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Chiostrini Giulia. Differing interpretations of the authenticity of an Ushak carpet from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Costaras Nicola
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Costaras Nicola. "These pitchy pigments from their very nature never harden": a nineteenth-century perspective on premature cracking in oil paintings
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Coutinho Barbara. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
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Eastop Dinah. Authenticity in the revival of Orthodox ecclesiastical embroidery in post-Soviet Russia
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Eastop Dinah. Cultural heritage online: questions of authenticity authority and authorship
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El-Maalouf Aline. Baskinta's Mother(s) of God: one strainer with two paintings found in the Convent of Saint Saqssine in Lebanon
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Ferreira Joana Lia. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
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Foskett Sarah. The Triumph of the Virgin: unravelling authenticities in Glasgow Museums' tapestry
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Frezzato Fabio (1956- ). Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Glanville Helen
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Gordon Rebecca
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Gordon Rebecca. "Real life" questions of authenticity
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Gordon Rebecca. Identifying and pursuing authenticity in contemporary art
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Hermens Erma (1958- )
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Herring Sarah. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
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Jones Ceri (1964- ). Bringing the past to life?
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Khalife Kerstin. Baskinta's Mother(s) of God: one strainer with two paintings found in the Convent of Saint Saqssine in Lebanon
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Krekel Christoph (1966- ). Baskinta's Mother(s) of God: one strainer with two paintings found in the Convent of Saint Saqssine in Lebanon
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Lennard Frances
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Lo Russo Francesca. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Lowry Kate
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Macaro Gabriella. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
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Macaro Gabriella. The Barbizon paintings at the National Gallery London: a technical study
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Macedo Rita. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
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Milnes Anne. Experiencing the authentic: the reconstruction of the Tingelstad frontal a Norwegian altar frontal from the 13th century
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Morena Jill. Definitions of authenticity: a study of the relationship between the reprodution and original Gone With The Wind costumes at the Harry Ransom Center
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Mulholland Richard. "And I know damned-well what he wanted": deliberate alteration and interpretations of intent in several late sculptures by David Smith
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Nurse Luba Dovgan. Authenticity in the revival of Orthodox ecclesiastical embroidery in post-Soviet Russia
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O'Neill Harriet. Twenty-first century approaches to reframing Italian Renaissance panels at the National Gallery
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Penney Caron. Rediscovering the Unicorn tapesries
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Plender Sophie. Calling authenticity into question: investigating the production of versions and copies in Tudor portraiture
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Poldi Gianluca. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Rajgopal Uthra. Dressing up for the Preston Guild: a "very admirable and correct costume!"
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Ramos Ana Maria. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
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Sa Susana Franca de. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
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Saltmarsh Polly
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Saltmarsh Polly. Calling authenticity into question: investigating the production of versions and copies in Tudor portraiture
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Saunders-Blessley Katy. Observations on Rudolf Swoboda’s painting technique
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Savoia Enzo. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Scharffenberg Katrine. Experiencing the authentic: the reconstruction of the Tingelstad frontal a Norwegian altar frontal from the 13th century
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Simon Jacob. Restoration practice in museums and galleries in Britain in the nineteenth century
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Sinclair Ross. "Real life" questions of authenticity
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Speleers Lidwien. The cleaning of a solvent-sensitive painting by Jacob Maris
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Sperber Roxanne. The retouching practices of John Linnell: technique patronage and practice from two works in the Yale Center for British Art
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Splendore Arianna. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Straub Michaela. The conservation and research of two paintings by Alfred East RA
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Sugiyama Keisuke. Conservation of Japanese paintings on paper and silk: tradition and innovation
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Sutcliffe Victoria
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Tomlinson Hayley. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
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Veldink Suzanne. George Hendrik Breitner at work: new insights
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Whitehouse Rosalind. Oily drops on the window panes: celebrity portraiture in a murky climate
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Woltman Nienke. George Hendrik Breitner at work: new insights
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Woodcock Sally. Alteration restoration and why pictures foam: what conservators can learn from Victorian artists’ colourmen
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Wright Adele. "Method cannot govern everything". Delacroix: mid-century modern master
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United Kingdom
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Tytuł: A changing art : nineteenth-century painting practice and conservation / edited by Nicola Costaras, Kate Lowry, Helen Glanville, Pippa Balch, Victoria Sutcliffe and Polly Saltmarsh.
Wariant tytułu: Nineteenth-century painting practice and conservation
Adres wydawniczy: London : Archetype Publications : The British Association of Paintings Conservator-Restorers, 2017.
Opis fizyczny: IX, 133 s. : il. (gł. kolor.) ; 25 cm.
Uwaga: Bibliogr. przy art.
Temat: Konserwatorstwo - Wielka Brytania - 19-21 w. - materiały konferencyjne
Temat: Malarstwo europejskie - 19 w. - materiały konferencyjne
Temat: Malarstwo europejskie - ochrona i konserwacja - 19-21 w. - materiały konferencyjne
Gatunek, rodzaj, forma: Materiały konferencyjne
Hasło dodatkowe: Balch, Pippa.
Hasło dodatkowe: Costaras, Nicola.
Hasło dodatkowe: Glanville, Helen.
Hasło dodatkowe: Lowry, Kate.
Hasło dodatkowe: Saltmarsh, Polly.
Hasło dodatkowe: Sutcliffe, Victoria.
Hasło dodatkowe: Bordt, Nele. Observations on Rudolf Swoboda’s painting technique
Hasło dodatkowe: Carlyle, Leslie. Building visual evidence of past practices in the creation of oil paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Costaras, Nicola. "These pitchy pigments from their very nature never harden": a nineteenth-century perspective on premature cracking in oil paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Frezzato, Fabio (1956- ). Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
Hasło dodatkowe: Herring, Sarah. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
Hasło dodatkowe: Lo Russo, Francesca. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
Hasło dodatkowe: Macaro, Gabriella. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
Hasło dodatkowe: Macaro, Gabriella. The Barbizon paintings at the National Gallery, London: a technical study
Hasło dodatkowe: Poldi, Gianluca. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
Hasło dodatkowe: Saunders-Blessley, Katy. Observations on Rudolf Swoboda’s painting technique
Hasło dodatkowe: Savoia, Enzo. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
Hasło dodatkowe: Simon, Jacob. Restoration practice in museums and galleries in Britain in the nineteenth century
Hasło dodatkowe: Speleers, Lidwien. The cleaning of a solvent-sensitive painting by Jacob Maris
Hasło dodatkowe: Sperber, Roxanne. The retouching practices of John Linnell: technique, patronage and practice from two works in the Yale Center for British Art
Hasło dodatkowe: Splendore, Arianna. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
Hasło dodatkowe: Straub, Michaela. The conservation and research of two paintings by Alfred East RA
Hasło dodatkowe: Tomlinson, Hayley. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
Hasło dodatkowe: Veldink, Suzanne. George Hendrik Breitner at work: new insights
Hasło dodatkowe: Whitehouse, Rosalind. Oily drops on the window panes: celebrity portraiture in a murky climate
Hasło dodatkowe: Woltman, Nienke. George Hendrik Breitner at work: new insights
Hasło dodatkowe: Woodcock, Sally. Alteration, restoration and why pictures foam: what conservators can learn from Victorian artists’ colourmen
Hasło dodatkowe: Wright, Adèle. "Method cannot govern everything". Delacroix: mid-century modern master
Hasło dodatkowe: Archetype Publications
Hasło dodatkowe: British Association of Paintings Conservator-Restorers
ISBN: 978-1-909492-54-7
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All copies are currently on loan: sygn. sygn. II 31515 (1 egz.)
Book
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Tytuł: Authenticity and replication : the "real thing" in art and conservation : proceedings of the international conference held at the University of Glasgow, 6-7 December 2012 / edited by Rebecca Gordon, Erma Hermens and Frances Lennard.
Wariant tytułu: "Real thing" in art and conservation
Adres wydawniczy: London : Archetype Publications, 2014.
Opis fizyczny: IX, 214 s. : il. (gł. kolor.) ; 25 cm.
Uwaga: Bibliogr. przy ref.
Temat: Sztuka - ochrona i konserwacja - materiały konferencyjne
Temat: Sztuka - reprodukcje - materiały konferencyjne
Gatunek, rodzaj, forma: Materiały konferencyjne
Hasło dodatkowe: Gordon, Rebecca.
Hasło dodatkowe: Hermens, Erma (1958- ).
Hasło dodatkowe: Lennard, Frances.
Hasło dodatkowe: Allardt, Alexandra. Stitching the 21st century into a Gilded Age mansion
Hasło dodatkowe: Bülow, Anna. Cultural heritage online: questions of authenticity, authority and authorship
Hasło dodatkowe: Brooks, Mary M. "Indisputable authenticity": engaging with the real in the museum
Hasło dodatkowe: Brooks, Mary M. Authenticity in the revival of Orthodox ecclesiastical embroidery in post-Soviet Russia
Hasło dodatkowe: Chiostrini, Giulia. Differing interpretations of the authenticity of an Ushak carpet from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Hasło dodatkowe: Coutinho, Bárbara. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
Hasło dodatkowe: Eastop, Dinah. Authenticity in the revival of Orthodox ecclesiastical embroidery in post-Soviet Russia
Hasło dodatkowe: Eastop, Dinah. Cultural heritage online: questions of authenticity, authority and authorship
Hasło dodatkowe: El-Maalouf, Aline. Baskinta's Mother(s) of God: one strainer with two paintings found in the Convent of Saint Saqssine in Lebanon
Hasło dodatkowe: Ferreira, Joana Lia. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
Hasło dodatkowe: Foskett, Sarah. The Triumph of the Virgin: unravelling authenticities in Glasgow Museums' tapestry
Hasło dodatkowe: Gordon, Rebecca. "Real life" questions of authenticity
Hasło dodatkowe: Gordon, Rebecca. Identifying and pursuing authenticity in contemporary art
Hasło dodatkowe: Jones, Ceri (1964- ). Bringing the past to life?
Hasło dodatkowe: Khalife, Kerstin. Baskinta's Mother(s) of God: one strainer with two paintings found in the Convent of Saint Saqssine in Lebanon
Hasło dodatkowe: Krekel, Christoph (1966- ). Baskinta's Mother(s) of God: one strainer with two paintings found in the Convent of Saint Saqssine in Lebanon
Hasło dodatkowe: Macedo, Rita. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
Hasło dodatkowe: Milnes, Anne. Experiencing the authentic: the reconstruction of the Tingelstad frontal, a Norwegian altar frontal from the 13th century
Hasło dodatkowe: Morena, Jill. Definitions of authenticity: a study of the relationship between the reprodution and original Gone With The Wind costumes at the Harry Ransom Center
Hasło dodatkowe: Mulholland, Richard. "And I know damned-well what he wanted": deliberate alteration and interpretations of intent in several late sculptures by David Smith
Hasło dodatkowe: Nurse, Luba Dovgan. Authenticity in the revival of Orthodox ecclesiastical embroidery in post-Soviet Russia
Hasło dodatkowe: O'Neill, Harriet. Twenty-first century approaches to reframing Italian Renaissance panels at the National Gallery
Hasło dodatkowe: Penney, Caron. Rediscovering the Unicorn tapesries
Hasło dodatkowe: Plender, Sophie. Calling authenticity into question: investigating the production of versions and copies in Tudor portraiture
Hasło dodatkowe: Rajgopal, Uthra. Dressing up for the Preston Guild: a "very admirable and correct costume!"
Hasło dodatkowe: Ramos, Ana Maria. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
Hasło dodatkowe: Sá, Susana França de. How to keep what was intended to be temporarily functional?
Hasło dodatkowe: Saltmarsh, Polly. Calling authenticity into question: investigating the production of versions and copies in Tudor portraiture
Hasło dodatkowe: Scharffenberg, Katrine. Experiencing the authentic: the reconstruction of the Tingelstad frontal, a Norwegian altar frontal from the 13th century
Hasło dodatkowe: Sinclair, Ross. "Real life" questions of authenticity
Hasło dodatkowe: Sugiyama, Keisuke. Conservation of Japanese paintings on paper and silk: tradition and innovation
Hasło dodatkowe: Archetype Publications
ISBN: 978-1-904982-99-9
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Magazyn
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