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Publication on paintings

From: James Black <archetype>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 1998
Looking Through Paintings
The Study of painting Techniques and materials in Support of Art
Historical research
Edited by Erma Hermens with Annemiek Ouwerkerk and Nicola Costaras

This handsome and voluminous (520 pp), beautifully illustrated and
designed book (many colour plates and b/w figures) has just been
published jointly by De Prom and Archetype Publications ISBN
1873132565 and is available initially at the introductory price of
35.00 pounds (ca. $56) plus postage from :

    Archetype Publications
    6 Fitzroy Square
    London W1P 6DX
    +44 171380 0800
    Fax: +44-171-380 0500
    archetype [at] netmatters__co__uk


    David Bomford

    Reflections upon the Impact of Scientific Examination on Art
    Historical Research
    J.R.J van Asperen de Boer

    Design, technique and execution: the Dichotomy between theory
    and craft in 19th Century British Instruction manuals on Oil
    Leslie Carlyle

    Taking a closer look: Art Historians, Restorers, Scientists
    John Leighton

    Colour Words in the High Middle Ages
    John Gage

    White and Golden Tin Foil in Applied Relief decoration 1240-1530
    Josephine Darrah

    Links with Schongauer in three Early Netherlandish Paintings in
    the National Gallery
    Rachel Billinge

    Painters methods to prevent colour changes described in 16th to
    early 18th century sources on oil painting techniques
    Margriet van Eikema Hommes

    Thoughts on the use of the green glaze called 'Copper-resinate'
    and its Colour changes
    Renate Woudhuysen-Keller and Paul Woudhuysen

    The intriguing changes through restoration of a newly discovered
    painting by Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem
    Annetje Boersma and Jeroen Giltaij

    The Glow in late Sixteenth  and seventeenth  century Dutch
    Paul Taylor

    The Antwerp Brand on Paintings on Panel
    Jorgen Wadum

    Meaning and Development of the ground layer in Seventeenth
    century painting
    Nico van Hout

    Johannes Verspronck: The technique of a seventeenth century
    Haarlem portraitist
    Ella Hendriks

    The Pekstok papers: Lake Pigments, Prisons and Paint-mills
    Erma Hermens and Arie Wallert

    Aspects of Drawing and Painting in seventeenth century Spanish
    Zahira Veliz

    French painting technique in the seventeenth and early
    eighteenth centuries and de la Fontaine's Academie de la
    Ann Massing

    Two still life paintings by Jan van Huysum: an examination of
    Painting technique in relation to Documentary and Technical
    Joris Dik and Arie Wallert

    Holman Hunton Himself: Textual evidence in aid of technical analysis
    Melissa R. Katz

    Posing, Reposing and Decomposing: life-size lay figures, living
    models and Artists' colourmen in Nineteenth century London
    Sally Woodcock

    The Hafkenschied collection
    Ineke Pey

    Artistic Craftsmanship in the Age of Impatience
    Cor Blok

James Black
Archetype Books

                  Conservation DistList Instance 12:1
                 Distributed: Wednesday, June 10, 1998
                        Message Id: cdl-12-1-020
Received on Saturday, 30 May, 1998

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