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Clarricoates Rhiannon
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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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Cuellar Santiago. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Dowding Helen
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Eikema Hommes Margriet van (1969- ). Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
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Ferrer Jin Strand. Investigating surface phenomena in paints and paintings by Edvard Munch (1863a -1944) – in the context of the artist’s painting materials
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Filtenborg Troels (1951- ). Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
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Frezzato Fabio (1956- ). Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Gent Alexandra
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Glanville Helen
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Gschwind Rudolf (1949- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Haswell Raplh. Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
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Hendriks Ella. "Paintings fade like flowers": colour change in paintings by Vincent van Gogh
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Herring Sarah. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
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Hoekstra Ivo. Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
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Hoffmeister Christine. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Hull Alyssa. Investigating surface phenomena in paints and paintings by Edvard Munch (1863a -1944) – in the context of the artist’s painting materials
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Keith Larry. Colour change and restoration
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Khandekar Narayan (1964- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Lee Judith. Colour change and modern paints; an overview
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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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Mancusi-Ungaro Carol. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Meloni Sabrina. Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
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Mohan Ankit. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Ormsby Bronwyn. Colour change and modern paints; an overview
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Padfield Joseph. An Introduction to the Measurement and Comparison of Light Sources used Within Cultural Heritage
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Poldi Gianluca. Giovanni Boldini: technique and conservation. A systematic scientific study
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Pottasch Carol (1958- ). Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
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Rae Caroline. Lost Purples: Detection Composition and Reconstruction: Re-discovering the Appearance and Contemporary Resonance of Purple Paint in Tudor and Stuart Portraits
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Raskar Ramesh (1970- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Saltmarsh Polly
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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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Schneider Enriquez Mary. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Sheldon Libby. Lost Purples: Detection Composition and Reconstruction: Re-discovering the Appearance and Contemporary Resonance of Purple Paint in Tudor and Stuart Portraits
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Simon Jacob. Restoration practice in museums and galleries in Britain in the nineteenth century
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Speleers Lidwien. Choosing colour ; the reconstruction of green textiles in The National Synod by Pouwel Weyts
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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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Spring Marika. Fading darkening browning blanching: a review of our current understanding of colour change and its consequences in old master paintings
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Stenger Jens (1970- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
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Straub Michaela. The conservation and research of two paintings by Alfred East RA
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Sutcliffe Victoria
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Syversen Terje. Investigating surface phenomena in paints and paintings by Edvard Munch (1863a -1944) – in the context of the artist’s painting materials
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Tomlinson Hayley. Ernst-Victor Hareux and the Barbizon Artists
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Townsend Joyce H. Microfading: a useful tool for paintings conservators?
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Veldink Suzanne. George Hendrik Breitner at work: new insights
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Verhave Johanneke. Choosing colour ; the reconstruction of green textiles in The National Synod by Pouwel Weyts
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Vila Anna. Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
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Wadum Jorgen. Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
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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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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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Tytuł: Colour change in paintings / edited by Rhiannon Clarricoates, Helen Dowding and Alexandra Gent.
Adres wydawniczy: London : Archetype Publications : in association with the Icon Paintings Group, 2016.
Opis fizyczny: IX, 130 s. : il. (gł. kolor.) ; 25 cm.
Uwaga: Materiały z konf. Icon Paintings Group "Appearance and reality: examining colour change in paintings" w Tate Britain w Londynie, 9 października 2015.
Uwaga: Bibliogr. przy ref.
Temat: Barwy - a malarstwo (szt.plast.) - materiały konferencyjne
Temat: Malarstwo (szt.plast.) - ochrona i konserwacja - materiały konferencyjne
Gatunek, rodzaj, forma: Materiały konferencyjne
Hasło dodatkowe: Clarricoates, Rhiannon.
Hasło dodatkowe: Dowding, Helen.
Hasło dodatkowe: Gent, Alexandra.
Hasło dodatkowe: Buti, David. Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Cuellar, Santiago. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Eikema Hommes, Margriet van (1969- ). Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
Hasło dodatkowe: Ferrer, Jin Strand. Investigating surface phenomena in paints and paintings by Edvard Munch (1863â -1944) – in the context of the artist’s painting materials
Hasło dodatkowe: Filtenborg, Troels (1951- ). Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Gschwind, Rudolf (1949- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Haswell, Raplh. Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
Hasło dodatkowe: Hendriks, Ella. "Paintings fade like flowers": colour change in paintings by Vincent van Gogh
Hasło dodatkowe: Hoekstra, Ivo. Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
Hasło dodatkowe: Hoffmeister, Christine. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Hull, Alyssa. Investigating surface phenomena in paints and paintings by Edvard Munch (1863â -1944) – in the context of the artist’s painting materials
Hasło dodatkowe: Keith, Larry. Colour change and restoration
Hasło dodatkowe: Khandekar, Narayan (1964- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Lee, Judith. Colour change and modern paints; an overview
Hasło dodatkowe: Mancusi-Ungaro Carol. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Meloni, Sabrina. Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
Hasło dodatkowe: Mohan, Ankit. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Ormsby, Bronwyn. Colour change and modern paints; an overview
Hasło dodatkowe: Padfield, Joseph. An Introduction to the Measurement and Comparison of Light Sources used Within Cultural Heritage
Hasło dodatkowe: Pottasch, Carol (1958- ). Vivid Colours in the Golden Room: An educated but tentative reconstruction of an ensemble by Pellegrini in the Mauritshuis
Hasło dodatkowe: Rae, Caroline. Lost Purples: Detection, Composition and Reconstruction: Re-discovering the Appearance and Contemporary Resonance of Purple Paint in Tudor and Stuart Portraits
Hasło dodatkowe: Raskar, Ramesh (1970- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Schneider Enriquez, Mary. Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Sheldon, Libby. Lost Purples: Detection, Composition and Reconstruction: Re-discovering the Appearance and Contemporary Resonance of Purple Paint in Tudor and Stuart Portraits
Hasło dodatkowe: Speleers, Lidwien. Choosing colour ; the reconstruction of green textiles in The National Synod by Pouwel Weyts
Hasło dodatkowe: Spring, Marika. Fading, darkening, browning, blanching: a review of our current understanding of colour change and its consequences in old master paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Stenger, Jens (1970- ). Non-Invasive Colour Restoration of Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals Using Light from a Digital Projector
Hasło dodatkowe: Syversen, Terje. Investigating surface phenomena in paints and paintings by Edvard Munch (1863â -1944) – in the context of the artist’s painting materials
Hasło dodatkowe: Townsend, Joyce H. Microfading: a useful tool for paintings conservators?
Hasło dodatkowe: Verhave, Johanneke. Choosing colour ; the reconstruction of green textiles in The National Synod by Pouwel Weyts
Hasło dodatkowe: Vila, Anna. Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Wadum, Jørgen. Colour Changes due to the Fading of Prussian Blue in Danish Golden Age Paintings
Hasło dodatkowe: Archetype Publications
Hasło dodatkowe: Institute of Conservation (Londyn). Paintings Group
ISBN: 978-1-909492-43-1
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