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ICOM joint interim meeting on paintings

From: Alan Phenix <alan.phenix>
Date: Thursday, June 18, 1998
ICOM Committee for Conservation
Working Groups Paintings I and II
Joint Interim Meeting

"Image or Object? The Influence of  Conservation Treatment on the
Interpretation of Paintings."
National Gallery of Ireland
September 12, 1998

The organisers can now announce the general programme of talks:

    Icon: object of cult or object of art?
    Kiriaki Tsesmeloglou, Nantes, France

    La voie etroite de linterprete: Ajouts gardes ou otes, accidents
    ou laisses visibles: la restauration de la peinture entre
    libertes et constraints
    Sigolhne Bergeon, Ministere de la Culture, Paris,

    Reading Wyeths: conservation interpretations in tandem with
    living artists
    Joyce Hill Stoner, University of Delaware

    When doing the least may mean doing a lot: a discussion of
    choices regarding the retouching of paint losses
    Gwen Tauber & Laurent Sozzani, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

    The painting as object: paintings in the collection of Olana,
    the home of an artist
    Joyce Zucker, Peebles Island Resource Center, New York Office of
    Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation.

    The aged painting and the necessities and possibilities to know
    its original appearance: Rembrandt
    Ernst van de Wetering, Institute for Art History, University of

    The Oranjezaal of Paleis Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, 1647-1652
    Anne van Grevenstein, Limburg Restoration Institute, Netherlands

    The effects of the structural presentation of paintings on their
    visual appearance: full lining or less interventive methods?
    Paul Ackroyd, National Gallery, London

    An initial study of the mechanics of strip-lining and
    application of the findings to an unusual object treatment
    Tim Green & Arabella Davies, Tate Gallery, London

    The Retable of Santa Marina de Mayorga  attributed to the Master
    of Palanquinos
    Ray Marchant, London

Registration Fee: UK 10.00 Pounds
For registration forms, please contact:

    Caroline Villers
    Dept. of Conservation & Technology
    Courtauld Institute of Art
    Somerset House
    London WC2R 0RN
    United Kingdom

Places are limited and preference may be given to ICOM /Working
Group members.

Alan Phenix

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