Conservation of Easel Paintings is the first comprehensive text on the history, philosophy, and methods of treatment of easel paintings that combines both theory with practice. With contributions from an international group of experts and interviews with important artists, this volume provides an all-encompassing guide to necessary background knowledge in technical art history, artists' materials, scientific methods of examination and documentation, with sections that present varying approaches and methods for treatment, including consolidation, lining, cleaning, retouching, and varnishing. The book concludes with a section featuring issues of preventive conservation, storage, shipping, exhibition, lighting, safety issues, and public outreach. Conservation of Easel Paintings is a crucial resource in the training of conservation students and will provide generations of practicing paintings conservators and interested art historians, curators, directors, collectors, dealers, artists, and students of art and art history with invaluable information and guidance.Rothe, A. (2003). Approaches to retouching and restoration: moral and aesthetic issues. ... Roy, A. (2007). Cobalt blue. In Artistsa#39; Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics, vol. 4 (B.H. Berrie, ed.), pp. 151a78, Archetypeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conservation of Easel Paintings|
|Author||:||Joyce Hill Stoner, Rebecca Rushfield|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-02-15|