sábado, 25 de Outubro de 2014

Conservar Património, vol. 19, 2014



Com data de capa de Junho de 2014, acabou de ser publicado o volume 19 da revista Conservar Património. Publicada pela ARP - Associação Profissional de Conservadores-Restauradores de Portugal, a revista integra a CrossRef (que atribui o Identificador de Objecto Digital, DOI) e está indexada em diversas bases de dados bibliográficas, nomeadamente nas mais importantes bases de dados bibliográficas internacionais de conservação e restauro. Desde o ano passado que a revista é publicada em formato digital com acesso livre.
Índice:
  • Sílvia Ferreira, Elsa Murta, Irina Crina Anca Sandu, Manuel Costa Pereira, Os púlpitos da Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Pena, em Lisboa: um estudo histórico, estilístico, técnico e material, pp. 5-20
  • Francisca Figueira, Margarida Cavaco, Mariana Cardoso, Lília Esteves, Estudo de 59 fragmentos de papel encontrados na base de uma cruz de altar em marfim do século XVII, pp. 21-33
  • Luís Filipe Raposo Pereira, Conservação de fundos documentais: implementação de um modelo de gestão de risco em arquivos, partindo do estudo de caso no Arquivo Nacional Torre do Tombo, Portugal, pp. 35-52
  • Octávio Sacramento, Pré-história às silvas: o castro de Souane (Cisterna, Vinhais, Portugal) e a indolência patrimonial, pp. 53-54

Este número da revista, com acesso livre, está disponível em http://dx.doi.org/10.14568/cp19.

segunda-feira, 24 de Fevereiro de 2014

Conservar Património, vol. 18, 2013



Acabou de ser publicado o volume 18 da revista Conservar Património, com data de capa de Dezembro de 2013.

A revista, publicada pela ARP - Associação Profissional de Conservadores-Restauradores de Portugal, com o número anterior passou a formato digital de acesso livre. Mas desde o número anterior ocorreram alguns desenvolvimentos importantes, o principal dos quais é a entrada da revista na CrossRef (uma associação de editoras de natureza académica e científica de que fazem parte as principais editoras internacionais) e, em consequência, a atribuição de um Identificador de Objecto Digital (DOI) a cada artigo e a cada número da revista.

Sobre esses e os outros desenvolvimentos há mais informações no editorial da revista agora publicada, a qual pode ser acedida (usando o DOI) a partir de http://dx.doi.org/10.14568/cp18.

Índice:

  • Maria da Conceição Casanova, Susana Matos, O programa de "Promoção do Saber Tropical" no Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical: olhar para o passado com perspectivas de futuro, pp. 7-20
  • Tiago Miguel Ferreira, Romeu Vicente, J. A. Raimundo Mendes da Silva, Estratégias e processos de inspeção para avaliação e diagnóstico do património edificado, pp. 21-33
  • Salomé de Carvalho, Receitas oitocentistas para a conservação de gravuras: "Restauração de quadros e gravuras", de Manuel de Macedo, pp. 35-43
  • Rachel Filgueiras Paschoalin, Maria Teresa Gomes Barbosa, Restauração da catedral de Brasília: desafios e conflitos da restauração da arquitetura moderna, pp. 45-53
  • Ana Bailão, Terminologia associada à conservação e restauro de pintura, pp. 55-62

segunda-feira, 22 de Julho de 2013

Conservar Património, n.º 17, 2013



Acabou de ser publicado o n.º 17 da revista “Conservar Património” da ARP - Associação Profissional de Conservadores-Restauradores de Portugal, com data de capa de Junho de 2013.

Tal como é explicado no Editorial, este número inicia uma nova fase da revista, já que esta deixou de ser publicada em papel e passou a ser publicada apenas em formato digital com acesso livre. Concomitantemente houve mais algumas mudanças, várias delas relacionadas com esta mudança de formato.

Embora se perca o suporte físico, parece-me que, além de outras, há três vantagens particularmente importantes: maior disseminação e impacto; possibilidade de uso de imagens a cores (algo especialmente importante para alguns artigos); rapidez de publicação. A respeito deste último aspecto, tal como acontece nas melhores revistas internacionais, os artigos passarão a ficar disponíveis online poucos dias depois de aceites, independentemente de só mais tarde virem a ser integrados num número da revista, diminuindo de forma muito significativa, portanto, o tempo de publicação.

Quanto aos objectivos e conteúdo da revista não há alterações.

Como referi, mais pormenores são apresentados no Editorial da revista.

A revista está disponível aqui, com acesso livre.

Índice deste número:

  • Dina M. R. Mateus, Renata B. Silva, Fernando M. C. Costa, João P. F. Coroado, Diversidade microbiológica do edifício da Sacristia Incompleta do Convento de Cristo, em Tomar, e avaliação do seu controlo por biocidas, pp. 11-20
  • Tiago Miguel Ferreira, Cátia Santos, Romeu Vicente, J. A. Raimundo Mendes da Silva, Caracterização arquitectónica e construtiva do património edificado do núcleo urbano antigo do Seixal, pp. 21-37
  • Rosario Llamas, Ana Isabel Santos, Estudio técnico y estado de conservación del retablo mayor de la parroquia de Nuestra Señora de los Olmos en la Torre de Juan Abad, pp. 39-58
  • Márcia Teresa Soares Lutterbach, Ana Lucia Chaves de Oliveira, Eliane Marchesini Zanatta, Antonio Carlos Augusto da Costa, A berlinda de aparato do imperador D. Pedro II: identificação de fungos em partes selecionadas e sua relação com biodeterioração e aerobiologia, pp. 59-72

domingo, 19 de Maio de 2013

O manual de pintura de Manuel de Macedo



Um segundo manual de Manuel de Macedo, o Manual de Pintura, é o 43.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português, que acabei de colocar online:

Manuel de Macedo, Manual de Pintura, Lisboa, Companhia Nacional Editora, 1898.

Mais uma vez, tanto quanto sei, esta é a única cópia digital da internet.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Investigação realizada nos cursos de Conservação e Restauro

Foi há poucos dias publicado um número extra-série (“EGG-2012 – Parcours”) da revista CeROArt que apresenta estudos feitos no âmbito de cursos de conservação e restauro de diversas escolas europeias, entre as quais duas escolas portuguesas (Instituto Politécnico de Tomar e Universidade Católica).

A revista está aqui, com acesso livre.

Índice:

  • Muriel Verbeeck-Boutin, Introduction
  • René Hoppenbrouwers, Conservation-Restoration education and the development of the profession
  • Florian Gaget, Modèles artificiels en plâtre polychromé, étude et restauration. Préparations anatomiques de chimpanzé et d'orang-outang moulées sur nature
  • Élodie Beaubier, Histoire d'os : Étude et restauration de deux boîtes ostéologiques
  • Rita Macedo Moreira, Conservation issues of large rolled paintings on the Portuguese altarpieces
  • Sven Van Dorst, Convex pillar paintings in church interiors: context, materials and conservation problems
  • Elodie Dehaut, L'Enlèvement d'Hélène : restauration d'une majolique d'Urbino
  • Elisabeth Venault de Bourleuf, Caractérisation du phénomène de brunissement du vitrail et évaluation de traitements de réduction
  • Marta Oliveira, Study of the degradation of 18th century alabaster sculptures through accelerated aging on test samples
  • Helena Pereira, Saint John at Calvary: technical and material study of a polychrome wood sculpture
  • Jelena Zagora, SEM-EDX Pigment Analysis and Multi-Analytical Study of the Ground and Paint layers of Francesco Fedrigazzi's painting from Kostanje
  • Sylwia Kudla, Technology and technique of the newly revealed 15th-century mural paintings in Marianka near Paslek (north Poland)
  • Nadège Duqueyroix, Étude et traitement de deux cartes portulans. Conservation-restauration et montage adaptés à l'hygroscopicité du parchemin
  • Lara Meersseman, Étude du comportement mécanique d'une reliure de la fin du XVe siècle - Le Missel de Cambrai
  • Monika Supruniuk, Issues of conservation and restoration of two photographic works by Zbigniew Dlubak: Onona and Desymbolisations
  • Marie Courseaux, Trans Europe Express, étude et restauration d'une œuvre de Dorothée Selz. Problèmes liés à la conservation-restauration de matériaux atypiques en art contemporain
  • Paolo Gili, Awareness in rolling, research about its effects and use of polyurethane memory foam. Studies about an oversize contemporary canvas painting: Notte barbara by Pinot Gallizio
  • Elena Pratali, Zinc oxide grounds in 19th and 20th century oil paintings and their role in picture degradation processes. Literary review, paint failure mechanisms and conditions of potential risk
  • Aurélie Compère, L'assemblage par collage d'œuvres d'art contemporain en PMMA. Structure Optique A (1968) de Martha Boto
  • Giulia Rollo, Testing on mock-ups and on paintings of innovative polymeric gels for surface cleaning
  • Manon D'haenens, La pénétration des adhésifs de doublage. Méthode d'évaluation et recherche des facteurs d'influence
  • Daniele Costantini, Cold Lining and Mist Lining: insights and possibilities of adaptation to the mediterranean climate
  • Aude Briau, Joseph Fouque (1755-1819) rentoileur de tableaux au Musée du Louvre. Contribution à l'histoire de la restauration des peintures

Journal of Cultural Heritage, vol. 14, n.º 3, 2013

Acabou de ser publicada a revista Journal of Cultural Heritage, vol. 14, n.º 3, de 2013.

Está aqui, com aceso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Shaochun Dong, Xiaoqi Wang, Hongwei Yin, Shijin Xu, Ronghan Xu, Semantic enhanced WebGIS approach to visualize Chinese historical natural hazards, pp. 181-189
  • Gianfranco Bianco, Fabio Bruno, Maurizio Muzzupappa, Multispectral data cube acquisition of aligned images for document analysis by means of a filter-wheel camera provided with focus control, pp. 190-200
  • Matteo Dellepiane, Nicolò Dell’Unto, Marco Callieri, Stefan Lindgren, Roberto Scopigno, Archeological excavation monitoring using dense stereo matching techniques, pp. 201-210
  • Luca Zan, Sara Bonini Baraldi, The heritage chain management. General issues and a case study, China, pp. 211-218
  • Manuel Jonas Steinbauer, Andreas Gohlke, Christine Mahler, Andreas Schmiedinger, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Quantification of wall surface heterogeneity and its influence on species diversity at medieval castles – implications for the environmentally friendly preservation of cultural heritage, pp. 219-228
  • Sungyoon Jang, Byeongjik Nam, Daewoo Park, Hyoyun Kim, Chan Hee Lee, Jae Eun Yu, Desalination characteristics for ceramics excavated from Taean shipwreck, Korea, pp. 229-237
  • Agnès Lattuati-Derieux, Céline Egasse, Sylvie Thao-Heu, Nathalie Balcar, Gilles Barabant, Bertrand Lavédrine, What do plastics emit? HS-SPME-GC/MS analyses of new standard plastics and plastic objects in museum collections, pp. 238-247
  • Jose Herráez, Jose Luis Denia, Pablo Navarro, Luis Bosch, Ignacio Bosch, Design and calibration of a drill-guided system by laser for structural strengthening of historic bridge, pp. 248-253
  • Flavio Deflorian, Michele Fedel, Electrochemical analysis of the degradation of lead alloy organ-pipes due to acetic acid, pp. 254-260
  • Abeer Arafat, Maram Na’es, Vicky Kantarelou, Naseem Haddad, Anastasia Giakoumaki, Vasilike Argyropoulos, Demetrios Anglos, Andreas-Germanos Karydas, Combined in situ micro-XRF, LIBS and SEM-EDS analysis of base metal and corrosion products for Islamic copper alloyed artefacts from Umm Qais museum, Jordan, pp. 261-269
  • Bernardo Rondelli, Sebastian Stride, Juan José García-Granero, Soviet military maps and archaeological survey in the Samarkand region, pp. 270-276

Nova revista dedicada ao estudo laboratorial do património cultural

No mês passado surgiu uma nova revista dedicada ao estudo laboratorial do património cultural. Chama-se Heritage Science, é em formato digital, tem acesso livre e os artigos, sem periodicidade, vão saindo isoladamente, apenas agrupados por ano.

Até ao momento, além do editorial, já saíram 13 artigos. Estão aqui.

Os assuntos que se enquadram no âmbito da revista são os seguintes:

  • Understanding of the manufacturing processes, provenances, and environmental contexts of material types, objects, and buildings, of cultural significance including their historical significance.
  • Understanding and prediction of physico-chemical and biological degradation processes of cultural artefacts, including climate change, and predictive heritage studies.
  • Development and application of analytical and imaging methods or equipments for non-invasive, non-destructive or portable analysis of artwork and objects of cultural significance to identify component materials, degradation products and deterioration markers.
  • Development and application of invasive and destructive methods for understanding the provenance of objects of cultural significance.
  • Development and critical assessment of treatment materials and methods for artwork and objects of cultural significance.
  • Development and application of statistical methods and algorithms for data analysis to further understanding of culturally significant objects.
  • Publication of reference and corpus datasets as supplementary information to the statistical and analytical studies above.
  • Description of novel technologies that can assist in the understanding of cultural heritage.

domingo, 12 de Maio de 2013

O manual de desenho e pintura de Manuel Macedo



O 42.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português, que acabei de colocar online, é o seguinte:

Manuel de Macedo, Desenho e Pintura, Lisboa, Companhia Nacional Editora, 1898.

Tanto quanto sei, até este momento não havia nenhuma cópia digital disponível na internet.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Tratado de miniatura de finais do século XVIII



O 41.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português corresponde a um tratado de miniatura escrito em finais dos século XVIII, mas que só foi publicado em 1814, após a morte do seu autor, dividido por cinco números de uma revista de Coimbra:

José Mendes de Saldanha, "Breve tratado de miniatura", Jornal de Coimbra, 1814.

Tanto quanto sei, é a única cópia digital disponível na internet em que estão reunidas as cinco partes.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

e-Conservation, n.º 25, 2013



Acabou de ser publicada a revista digital e-Conservation, n.º 25, de 2013.

Está disponível aqui, com acesso livre.

Índice:

  • Seth Irwin, Paper Conservation in the Far North: A Project Summary from Alaska, p. 38
  • Marco Gargano, Duilio Bertani, Infrared Reflectography: Test of a Panoramic Scanning Technique, p. 53
  • Antonino Cosentino, A Practical Guide to Panoramic Multispectral Imaging, p. 64
  • Eleni Kotoula, Maria Kyranoudi, Study of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins Using Reflectance Transformation Imaging, p. 74
  • Angeliki Bakalarou, Charis Theodorakopoulos, Cleaning of Water-gilded Surfaces Using Hydro- and Solvent-gels: a 19th Century Egg Tempera Panel Painting Case Study, p. 89
  • Osama El-Feky, Mohammad Hassan, A New Method for Cleaning Oil Paintings Using Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles, p. 106
  • Mark Gilberg, Silviu Boariu, Steve Colton, John Hirx, Jeff Ono, The Resurrection of Nam June Paik's Video Flag Z, p. 116
  • Lynda Skipper, Conservation of Wallpapers from St Pancras Chambers, p. 128
  • Tatiana Kousoulou, Epitrachelion, Epigonation, Epimanikia: Conservation and Display of the Most Treasured Accessories of the Christian Orthodox Vestments, p. 138
  • Nabil A. AbdEl-Tawab, Anwar F. Mahran, Conservation of the Mural Stucco Ornaments of the Mausoleum of Emir Ulmas al-Hagib in Cairo, Egypt, p. 153
  • Ibrahim Mohamed Abdallah, Nabil A. AbdEl-Tawab, Effects of the Groundwater on Deterioration of the Catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa, Alexandria, Egypt, p. 168
  • Dimitrios Chatzigiannis, Rethinking Vandalism: Alternative Interpretations of Deliberate Destruction of Cultural Heritage, p. 182
  • Lynda Skipper, Brenda Keneghan, Assessment of Plastics in the National Trust - a Case Study at Mr Straws House, p. 196

Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, vol. 52, n.º 2, 2013


Acabou de ser publicada a revista Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, vol. 52, n.º 2, de 2013.

Está aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Susanne Grieve, Nicole Wittig, Emily Powell, Conservation of a Rubber Terrain Model Map from World War II, pp. 71-81
  • Carol A. Grissom, Nicole Grabow, Corey Smith Riley, A. Elena Charola, Evaluation of Coating Performance on Silver Exposed to Hydrogen Sulfide, pp. 82-96
  • Elizabeth Hinde, Petronella Nel, Robyn Sloggett, Ann Roberts, Fluorimetric Analysis of the Constituent Dyes Within Daylight Fluorescent Pigments: Implications for Display and Preservation of Daylight Fluorescent Artwork, pp. 97-106
  • Gwen Spicer, Conservation Treatment of a Hunzinger Cantilevered Armchair Including the Use of Magnets to Create Tufting, pp. 107-122

Sobre a conservação de documentos gráficos



Acabaram de ser publicadas as comunicações apresentadas num colóquio sobre a conservação de documentos gráficos realizado no mês passado em Viena:

Lieve Watteeuw, Christa Hofmann (ed.), Paper Conservation: Decisions & Compromises, Wien, International Council of Museums, 2013.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Índice:

  • Lieve Watteeuw, Introduction, p. 7
  • Dianne Lee van der Reyden, New Trends in Preservation in the Digital Age: New Roles for Conservators, p. 8
  • Uta Landwehr, Junko Sonderegger, The Albums of Duke Charles de Croÿ: Consolidation and Modified Re-housing of Double-sided Miniatures on Parchment in Bound Volumes, p. 14
  • Doris St-Jacques, Maria Bedynski, Lynn Curry, Season Tse, A 1763 Illuminated Haggadah Manuscript: How Ineffective Past Treatments Resulted in an Antioxidant Research Project, Impacting Current Treatment Decisions, p. 17
  • Birgit Speta, The Conservation of the Hussite Codex: Considerations on Minimal Intervention, p. 21
  • Lieve Watteeuw, Books in Exhibitions: History and Adventures in Display, p. 24
  • Robert Fuchs, Risk and Safety of Illuminated Manuscripts with Brittle Paint Layers: Can the Digital Scan Substitute Old Manuscripts? Are Old Choices of Conservation Reversible?, p. 28
  • Lynn B. Brostoff, Sylvia Albro, John Bertonaschi, Integrating Analytical Tools in Treatment Decision-making for a 1513 Hand-colored Ptolemy Geographia Atlas, p. 29
  • Christa Hofmann, Andreas hartl, Kyujin Ahn, Laura Völkel, Ina Faerber, Antje Potthast, Verdigris I: Compromises in conservation, p. 34
  • Kyujin Ahn, Andreas hartl, Christa Hofmann, Ute Hennings, Antje Potthast, Verdigris 2: Wet Chemical Treatments which are not Easy to Decide and Apply, p. 36
  • Matija Strlic, Catherine Dillon, Nancy Bell, Peter Brimblecombe, Kalliopi Fouseki, Jinghao Xue, William Lindsay, Eva Menart, Carlota Grossi, Kostas Ntanos, Gerrit De Bruin, David Thickett, Fenella France, Integrated Modelling: The Demography of Collections, p. 38
  • Jana Kolar, Dusan Kolesa, Gerrit de Bruin, Characterisation of Historical Paper - Possibilities and Limitations, p. 42
  • Véronique Rouchon, Eleonora Pellizzi, Maroussia Duranton, Study of Phytate Chelating Treatments Used on Iron Gall Ink Damaged Manuscripts, p. 46
  • Pnina shor, lena libman, tanya bitler, tanya treiger, Practice and Progress in the Conservation, Preservation and Digitization of the Dead Sea Scrolls, p. 50
  • Jiri Vnoucek, The Language of Parchment - Learning the History of Manuscripts with the Help of Visual Assessment of the Parchment, p. 51
  • Paul Garside, Barry Knight, The Use of NIR Spectroscopy to Investigate the Condition of Parchment, p. 55
  • Linda Stiber Morenus, Color Printing in 16-17th Century Italian Chiaroscuro Woodcuts: Degradation, Conservation Issues and Exhibition Concerns, p. 59
  • Hassan Ebeid, Jean Brown, Ysanne Holt, Brian Singer, A Study of Dyed Endpapers during Islamic Medieval Times in Egypt: Purpose, Materials and Techniques, p. 61
  • Aline Abreu Migon dos Santos, Preservation of Architectural Drawings on Translucent Paper in Brazil: Conservation Methods in Public Institutions, p. 66
  • Irene Brückle, Maike Schmidt, Eva Hummert, Elisabeth Thobois, Removable loss Integration in the Re - Treatment of Robert Delaunay’s Three Graces: Study for “The City of Paris” at the Albertina, Vienna, p. 69
  • Xing Kung Liao, Fei Wen Tsai, Simple yet Complicated – An Evaluation of Airbrush Technique Applied to Filling Losses using Cellulose Powders, p. 73
  • Andreas Hartl, Ronald by Franz West: Conservation of a Three - Dimensional and Painted Papier Mâché Object, p. 77
  • Valentine Dubard, The Restauration of Cartoons at the Department of Drawings and Prints in the Louvre, p. 80
  • Philip Meredith, Tanya Uyeda, To Remove or Retain? – Extensive Infills and Reworking in a Large - Scale Japanese Wall Painting, p. 84
  • Tilly Laaser, Karolina Soppa, Christoph Krekel, The Migration of Hydroxy Propyl Cellulose During Consolidation of a Painted Wallpaper: A Case Study Using a Fluorescent - Labelled Consolidant, p. 88
  • Magdalena Grenda, Ethical Considerations Concerning the Conservation and Restoration of a Herbarium from the 19th Century, p. 93
  • Rita Araújo, Conceição Casanova, Maria João Melo : Ana Lemos, Vânia S. F. Muralha, Marcello Picollo, Conservation of a Book of Hours from Mafra’s National Palace - Collection: Between Technique and Ethics, p. 97
  • Michael Wheeler, Nicholas Barnard, Karine Bovagnet, Richard Mullholland, The Conservation and Digitization of Jain Manuscripts at the Victoria and Albert Museum, p. 102
  • Guadalupe Piñar, Katja Sterflinger, Flavia Pinzari, The Microflora Inhabiting Leonardo da Vinci’s Self - Portrait: A Fungal Role in Foxing Spots, p. 105
  • Patricia Engel, Katja Sterflinger, Microorganisms in Books: First Results of the EU Project “Men and Books”, p. 109
  • Ewa Paul, Anna Grzechnik, Deconstructing the Reconstruction, p. 113
  • Marzenna Ciechanska, Dorota Dzik Kruszelnicka, Elzbieta Jezewska, Joanna Kurkowska, Conservator’s Investigation of the Chinoiserie in the Wilanów Palace, p. 117
  • Grace Jan, Xiangmei Gu, A systematic Approach to Condition Assesment and Treatment of Chinese Handscrolls, p. 122
  • Christina Duffy, Applications of Image Processing Software to Archival Material, p. 127
  • Christina Duffy, Analysing Deterioration of Artifacts in Archival Material Using Multispectral Images, p. 131
  • Eve Menei, Laurence Caylux, Strategy in the Case of a Wrecked Papyrus: Is an Intervention Appropriate?, p. 135
  • Ana Margarida Silva, Marcello Picollo, Márcia Vilarigues, Maria João Melo, Fiber Optic Reflectance Spectroscopy (FORS): A Useful Technique for the Analysis of an Early 20th Century Livre d’Artiste, p. 139
  • Lieve Watteeuw, Bruno Vandermeulen, Jan Van der Stock, Fred Truyen : Marc Proesman, Luc Van Gool, Wim Moreau, Imaging Characteristics of Graphic Materials with the Minidome (RICH), p. 140
  • Yana van Dyke, The Paper Conservator’s Role: The Metropolitan Museum’s Renovated Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia and later South Asia, p. 142
  • Paul Garside, Rajabi Razak, Characterising the Origin of Carbon Black Inks by ATR FTIR Spectroscopy, p. 145
  • Marion Verborg, A Technical Study and Conservation Project of Roy Lichtenstein’s Screenprint on Plastic, Sandwich and Soda, 1964, p. 149
  • Hsin-Chen Tsai, Digitally Printed Paper Infills for Compensation as Applied to Japanese Decorative Fold - Dyed Papers, p. 153

Estudo material da pintura de Bruegel, o Velho e de Bruegel, o Novo



Embora já tenha sido publicado há alguns meses, só agora tive oportunidade de consultar uma obra sobre o estudo material de obras de arte que, certamente, ficará como uma referência. Trata-se de:

Christina Currie, Dominique Allart, The Brueg(h)el Phenomenon. Paintings by Pieter Bruegel the Elder and Pieter Brueghel the Younger with a Special Focus on Technique and Copying Practice, 3 volumes, Brussels, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, 2012.

O índice está livremente disponível aqui.

Da apresentação:

The fascination exerted by the works of the illustrious Pieter Bruegel the Elder in the decades following his death in 1569 is matched only by the intense interest they generate today. At the end of the sixteenth century and in the first half of the seventeenth, the most ambitious art collectors fought over the few paintings by the master that were still on the market. This setting was the catalyst for the appearance of copies and pastiches – and even deliberate forgeries. It was then that the elder son of Pieter Bruegel, known as Pieter Brueghel the Younger (whose name is spelled ‘Brueghel’ here, conforming to the signature that he adopted during the initial phase of his career) emerged as a legitimate successor, producing astonishingly faithful replicas of his father’s paintings. This was all the more surprising given that they were often made after works that were by then dispersed in diverse and sometimes inaccessible private collections. Operating within the context of a sizeable workshop, Brueghel supplied the market with hundreds of copies of variable quality according to demand. This enterprise merited re-evaluation from a technical point of view: how were such vast numbers of copies produced in practice?

This three-volume book explores the intriguing Brueg[H]el phenomenon through the two artists’ painting practices. The technical aspects of their works are investigated in a detective-like manner and are strikingly elucidated with a wealth of colour illustrations. The reader will come to understand the accomplished practitioner behind the genius that is Bruegel the Elder and the working procedures of his foremost emulator’s workshop. Furthermore, Brueghel the Younger’s exceptional qualities as a painter are singled out from those of his workshop production. The book also reveals fresh discoveries on the father’s creative process through the study of his son’s copies.

A contribuição da mineralogia para o estudo do património



O seguinte volume, que reúne as comunicações apresentadas num colóquio, está livremente disponível na internet:

José Miguel Herrero, Marius Vendrell (ed.), Archaeometry and Cultural Heritage: the Contribution of Mineralogy, Madrid, Sociedad Española de Mineralogía, 2012.

Está aqui.

Índice:

  • Salvador Domínguez-Bella, Archaeomineralogy of prehistoric artifacts and gemstones, p. 5
  • María Isabel Prudêncio, Trace element geochemistry and mineralogy for solving problems in provenance and production technologies of Pre-historic ceramics, p. 29
  • Marino Maggetti, Technology and Provenancing of French faience, p. 41
  • Gilberto Artioli, Archaeometallurgy: the contribution of mineralogy, p. 65
  • David Hradil, Janka Hradilová, Microanalysis of pigments in art works, p. 79
  • Carlos Rodríguez-Navarro, Binders in historical buildings: traditional lime in conservation, p. 91

sábado, 27 de Abril de 2013

Revistas relevantes para a conservação e restauro publicadas em Portugal



Acabou de sair a revista News in Conservation, n.º 35, de 2013, publicada pelo International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC), que contém um texto meu sobre as revistas relevantes para a conservação e restauro publicadas em Portugal. Trata-se do 3.º texto de uma série dedicada às revistas de diversos países (os primeiros textos, publicados nos dois números imediatamente anteriores, incidem sobre as revistas da Bulgária e da Nova Zelândia, respectivamente).

A revista está aqui e as páginas apenas com o texto publicado sobre as revistas em Portugal aqui, em ambos os casos com acesso livre.

O texto que escrevi foi objecto de revisão pelos editores da série que, se melhorou o inglês, modificou significativamente o conteúdo. Mais concretamente, o texto publicado (que eu não tive oportunidade de rever) perdeu alguma informação (nomeadamente uma tabela com a informação sistemática sobre as revistas mencionadas) e ganhou algumas incorrecções.

Por isso, coloquei o texto original, mais desenvolvido e com a tabela que é parte integrante do mesmo, aqui.

A pintura, segundo Francisco de Holanda



O 40.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português, que acabei de colocar online, é o tratado de pintura de Francisco de Holanda, concluído em meados do século XVI, mas impresso pela primeira vez (em português) no início do século XX (precisamente a edição seguinte):

Francisco de Hollanda, Da Pintura Antigua, edição de Joaquim de Vasconcellos, Porto, Renascença Portuguesa, 1918.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Tanto quanto sei, esta é a única cópia digital livremente disponível na internet.

domingo, 21 de Abril de 2013

Tratado de pintura, de 1903



O 39.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português é uma obra que, tanto quanto sei, não está disponível em formato digital em mais nenhum sítio.

É a seguinte tradução para português de Nouveau Traité Usuel de la Peinture en Bâtiment, Décor et Décoration, de 1898:

Paul Fleury, Novo Tratado Usual da Pintura de Edifícios e Decoração, Rio de Janeiro-Paris, H. Garnier, Livreiro-editor, 1903.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Studies in Conservation, vol. 58, n.º 2, 2013

Acabou de ser publicada a revista Studies in Conservation, vol. 58, n.º 2, de 2013.

Está aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Lukasz Bratasz, Allowable microclimatic variations for painted wood, pp. 65-79
  • Matija Strlic, David Thickett, Joel Taylor, May Cassar, Damage functions in heritage science, pp. 80-87
  • Meng-Ting Gong, Rong Wang, Huan-Sheng Cheng, Preliminary study on the impact of relative humidity on the conservation of jades, pp. 88-94
  • Joel Taylor, Causes and extent of variation in collection condition survey data, pp. 95-106
  • Ann Fenech, Catherine Dillon, Konstantinos Ntanos, Nancy Bell, Mark Barrett, Strlic, Matija , Modelling the lifetime of colour photographs in archival collections, pp. 107-116
  • T. Prosek, M. Kouril, M. Dubus, M. Taube, V. Hubert, B. Scheffel, Y. Degres, M. Jouannic, D. Thierry, Real-time monitoring of indoor air corrosivity in cultural heritage institutions with metallic electrical resistance sensors, pp. 117-128
  • Henoc Agbota, Christopher Young, Strlic, Matija , Pollution monitoring at heritage sites in developing and emerging economies, pp. 129-144

Journal of the Institute of Conservation, vol. 35, n.º 2, 2012

Acabou de ser publicada revista Journal of the Institute of Conservation, vol. 35, n.º 2, de 2012

Está aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Catherine Rickman, Kate Edmondson, Emma Le Cornu, The conservation of botanical illustrations on vellum: past, present and future, pp. 117-136
  • John Gillis, The methodology used for dewatering the vellum from the Faddan More Psalter, pp. 137-151
  • Andrea Pataki-Hundt, Conservation treatment and stabilization of the ninth-century Stuttgart Psalter, pp. 152-164
  • Alexis Hagadorn, Parchment making in eighteenth-century France: historical practices and the written record, pp. 165-188
  • Zoë Reid, Benjamin van de Wetering, Conservation of the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Chancery pleadings at the National Archives of Ireland, pp. 189-200
  • Penelope Banou, Angeliki Stassinou, Approaches to the conservation of patriarchal sigillia on parchment from the General State Archives of Greece, pp. 201-218
  • Kerstin Forstmeyer, Parchment leafcasting revisited, pp. 219-229

Tecnologia da conservação e restauro do património edificado



O seguinte livro está disponível na internet com acesso livre:

Mário Mendonça de Oliveira, Tecnologia da Conservação e da Restauração - Materiais e Estruturas: um Roteiro de Estudos, 4.ª ed., Salvador, Editora da Universidade Federal da Bahia, 2011.

Está aqui.

Índice:

Parte 1: Materiais
  • Terra: Adobes, Taipas e Cerâmicas 15
  • Argamassas 33
  • Degradação dos Materiais Porosos 45
  • Umidade 55
  • Rochas Ornamentais (Pedra) 77
  • Metais 93
  • Madeiras 111
  • Produtos Químicos da Conservação/restauração 135
  • Bibliografia sobre Materiais 153
Parte 2: Estruturas
  • Lesões nos Edifícios 163
  • Escoramento 179
  • Verificação de Estabilidade 185
  • Consolidação das Construções 217
  • Bibliografia sobre Estruturas 239
  • Notas (Tradução das Citações) 241

terça-feira, 16 de Abril de 2013

Conservar Património, n.º 15-16, 2012



Acabou de sair da tipografia e vai começar a ser distribuída a revista Conservar Património, n.º 15-16, de 2012.

Os resumos e algum material adicional (figuras as cores) estão livremente disponíveis no site da revista.

Índice:

  • André Varela Remígio, O retábulo do Trânsito de São Bernardo do Real Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Alcobaça: história, execução e conservação, pp. 3-30
  • Vera Félix Mariz, Os trabalhos de restauro de um capitão em 1894 – Os retratos dos vice-reis da Índia (do Archaeological Museum de Goa) e a faceta artística de Gomes da Costa, pp. 31-41
  • Margareth Gomes de Figueiredo, Humberto Varum, Aníbal Costa, Aspectos da arquitetura civil edificada no século XIX, em São Luís do Maranhão, Brasil, pp. 41-68

domingo, 14 de Abril de 2013

Tratado sobre vernizes, de 1729



Acabei de colocar mais uma obra, o 38.º volume, na biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português:

João Stooter, Arte de Brilhantes Vernizes, & das Tinturas, Anveres, Viuva de Henrico Verdussen, 1729.

Tanto quanto sei, não está disponível em mais nenhum local da internet.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

A edição publicada em Lisboa em 1786 já há algum tempo que está disponível no mesmo local.

Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, vol. 52, n.º 1, 2013

A revista Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, vol. 52, n.º 1, de 2013, foi há pouco publicada.

Está disponível aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Margo Delidow, Architectural Models: Materials, Fabrication, and Conservation Protocols, pp. 1-12
  • Paola Ricciardi, John K. Delaney, Michelle Facini, Lisha Glinsman, Use of Imaging Spectroscopy and in situ Analytical Methods for the Characterization of the Materials and Techniques of 15th Century Illuminated Manuscripts, pp. 13-29
  • Arne P. Johnson, W. Robert Hannen, Frank Zuccari, Vibration Control During Museum Construction Projects, pp. 30-47
  • Dmitry Gavrilov, Elena Maeva, Oleg Grube, Igor Vodyanoy, Roman Maev, Experimental Comparative Study of the Applicability of Infrared Techniques for Non-destructive Evaluation of Paintings, pp. 48-60

Estudo técnico de um retábulo renascentista



O seguinte livro está disponível na internet com acesso livre:

Carmen Morte García, Margarita Castillo Montolar (ed.), El Retablo Mayor Renacentista de Tauste, Zaragoza, Institución Fernando el Católico, 2012.

Está aqui.

Índice:

  • Carmen Morte García, Margarita Castillo Montolar, Estudio Histórico-artístico, pp. 11-113
  • Ana Carrassón López de Letona, Los Procedimientos Técnicos de la Policromía del Retablo Mayor de Santa María de Tauste, pp. 115-141
  • M.ª Carmen Lacarra Ducay, Las Pinturas Murales Góticas de la Capilla Mayor, pp. 143-152
  • Carmen Morte García, Margarita Castillo Montolar, Anexo fotográfico, pp. 153-186

Novos resultados sobre a limpeza de pinturas



Acabou de ser publicado e simultaneamente disponibilizado na internet o seguinte livro que reúne as contribuições apresentadas num congresso realizado em 2010:

Marion F. Mecklenburg, A. Elena Charola, Robert J. Koestler (ed.), New Insights into the Cleaning of Paintings, Washington, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013.

Está disponível aqui, com acesso livre.

Índice:

  • Stephen Gritt, The Removal of Patina, p. 1
  • Konrad Laudenbacher, Considerations of the Cleaning of Paintings, p. 7
  • Stephen Hackney, The Art and Science of Cleaning Paintings, p. 11
  • Erminio Signorini, Surface Cleaning of Paintings and Polychrome Objects in Italy: The Last 15 Years, p. 17
  • Laurent Sozzani, A Preliminary Investigation into the Surface Characteristics of Paint and the Implications for Restoration, p. 23
  • Magdalena Iwanicka, Dagmara Konczalska, Piotr Targowski, Bogumila J. Rouba, Noncontact and Noninvasive Monitoring of Overpaint Removal with Optical Coherence Tomography, p. 27
  • José Manuel Barros García, Eva Pérez Marín, A New Documentation System: Stratographic Units Recording Sheets Applied to the Cleaning of a Fifteenth-Century Painting, p. 31
  • Amparo Saera Vila, José Manuel Barros García, Computer Applications and Cleaning: Teas Fractional Solubility Parameter System in Conservation, p. 35
  • Antonella Casoli, Michela Berzioli, Paolo Cremonesi, The Chemistry of Egg Binding Medium and Its Interactions with Organic Solvents and Water, p. 39
  • Ken Sutherland, Solvent Leaching Effects on Aged Oil Paints, p. 45
  • Charles S. Tumosa, Marion F. Mecklenburg, Oil Paints: The Chemistry of Drying Oils and the Potential for Solvent Disruption, p. 51
  • Marion F. Mecklenburg, Charles S. Tumosa, Edward P. Vicenzi, The Influence of Pigments and Ion Migration on the Durability of Drying Oil and Alkyd Paints, p. 59
  • Alan Phenix, Effects of Organic Solvents on Artists’ Oil Paint Films: Swelling, p. 69
  • Meredith Watson, Aviva Burnstock, An Evaluation of Color Change in Nineteenth-Century Grounds on Canvas upon Varnishing and Varnish Removal, p. 77
  • Ken Sutherland, Beth Price, Andrew Lins, Irma Passeri, Oxalate-Rich Surface Layers on Paintings: Implications for Interpretation and Cleaning, p. 85
  • Rebecca Ploeger, Oscar Chiantore, Characterization and Stability Issues of Artists’ Alkyd Paints, p. 89
  • Stefan Zumbühl, Ester S. B. Ferreira, Nadim C. Scherrer, Volker Schaible, The Nonideal Action of Binary Solvent Mixtures to Oil and Alkyd Paint: Influence of Selective Solvation and Cavitation Energy, p. 97
  • Hannah Tempest, Aviva Burnstock, Polly Saltmarsh, Klaas Jan van den Berg, Sensitivity of Oil Paint Surfaces to Aqueous and Other Solvents, p. 107
  • Gillian Osmond, Anne Carter, The Effect of Conductivity on Water Solubility: Cleaning a Modern Chinese Oil Painting, p. 115
  • Tine Frøysaker, Mirjam Liu, Costanza Miliani, Noninvasive Assessments of Cleaning Tests on an Unvarnished Oil Painting on Canvas by Edvard Munch, p. 119
  • María Teresa Doménech-Carbó, Miguel F. Silva, Elvira Aura-Castro, Antonio Doménech-Carbó, Laura Fuster-López, Jose V. Gimeno-Adelantado, Stephan U. Kröner, María Luisa Martínez-Bazán, Xavier Más-Barberá, Marion F. Mecklenburg, Osete-Cortina, Multitechnique Approach to Evaluate Cleaning Treatments for Acrylic and Polyvinyl Acetate Paints, p. 125
  • Ana Pereira, Maria João Melo, Peter Eaton, Stephan Schäfer, Tom Learner, A Preliminary Study into the Effects of Cleaning Polyvinyl Acetate Paints, p. 135
  • Chris Stavroudis, Tiarna Doherty, The Modular Cleaning Program in Practice: Application to Acrylic Paintings, p. 139
  • Richard Wolbers, Amanda Norbutus, Anthony Lagalante, Cleaning of Acrylic Emulsion Paints: Preliminary Extractive Studies with Two Commercial Paint Systems, p. 147
  • Bronwyn Ormsby, Elli Kampasakali, Tom Learner, Surfactants and Acrylic Dispersion Paints: Evaluating Changes Induced by Wet Surface Cleaning Treatments, p. 159
  • Mareike Opeña, Elisabeth Jägers, Effects of Solvents on the Physical Properties of Polymeric Films, p. 165
  • Marie-Catherine Cyr, Emily Min, Alison Murray, The Removal of Commercial Varnishes from Acrylic Paints, p. 169
  • Anna Nualart-Torroja, Marta Oriola-Folch, Marina Mascarella-Vilageliu, Cleaning Issues for Nine Francesc Artigau Pop Art Paintings, p. 175
  • Paolo Cremonesi, Rigid Gels and Enzyme Cleaning, p. 179
  • Andrés Sánchez-Ledesma, Carmen Muro-García, María Dolores Gayo-García, Effects of Commercial Soaps on Unvarnished Painted Surfaces: A Pilot Study for Their Assessment, p. 185
  • Gwendoline Fife, Jos Van Och, Kate Seymour, Rene Hoppenbrouwers, Tissue Gel Composite Cleaning, p. 197
  • Lora V. Angelova, Barbara H. Berrie, Richard G. Weiss, Partially Hydrolyzed Polyvinyl Acetate and Borax Gels for Cleaning Painted Surfaces, p. 201
  • Alberto Finozzi, Alessandra Sella, Chiara Stefani, Use of Agar Cyclododecane for Cleaning Tests on a Frail Painting, p. 205
  • Maude Daudin-Schotte, Madeleine Bisschoff, Ineke Joosten, Henk van Keulen, Klaas Jan van den Berg, Dry Cleaning Approaches for Unvarnished Paint Surfaces, p. 209
  • Ina Hausmann, Petra Demuth, The Schlürfer: A Vacuum Technique for the Cleaning of Paintings, p. 221
  • Anne Heckenbücker, Petra Demuth, Surface Cleaning with Aqueous Foams, p. 225
  • Shawn Digney-Peer, Julie Arslanoglu, Residues on Unvarnished Surfaces after Absorene Sponge Dry Cleaning, p. 229
  • Maria Filipa Pacheco, Ana I. Pereira, A. Jorge Parola, Luís C. Branco, The Use of Ionic Liquids for Varnish Removal: Effectiveness and Risk Evaluation, p. 233
  • Grazia De Cesare, K. Melessanaki, P. Pouli, J. Domingues, F. Rosi, C. Miliani, C. Fotakis, Laser Cleaning Applied to Contemporary Paintings: Optimization of Working Parameters, p. 237
  • Jacqueline Ridge, Ending Note: Summary of Panel Discussions, p. 239

Uso da radiação de sincrotrão no estudo de obras de arte e de objectos arqueológicos



A revista Applied Physics A, volume 111, n.º 1, de 2013, que agora foi publicada, é, em parte, temática e dedicada a “Synchrotron Radiation in Art and Archaeology”.

Os artigos estão aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • F. Casadio, V. Rose, High-resolution fluorescence mapping of impurities in historical zinc oxide pigments: hard X-ray nanoprobe applications to the paints of Pablo Picasso, pp. 1-8
  • E. S. Uffelman, P. A. Hobbs, DAG Barisas, J. L. Mass, pXRF analyses of Louise Herreshoff's paintings in relation to CdS and other pigment degradation issues, pp. 9-14
  • C. Gervais, M. A. Languille, S. Reguer, M. Gillet, E. P. Vicenzi, S. Chagnot, F. Baudelet, L. Bertrand, "Live" Prussian blue fading by time-resolved X-ray absorption spectroscopy, pp. 15-22
  • R. R. Martin, S. Naftel, S. Macfie, K. Jones, A. Nelson, Pb distribution in bones from the Franklin expedition: synchrotron X-ray fluorescence and laser ablation/mass spectroscopy, pp. 23-29
  • C. Gervais, J. J. Boon, F. Marone, ESB Ferreira, Characterization of porosity in a 19th century painting ground by synchrotron radiation X-ray tomography, pp. 31-38
  • Crabbe, M. A. Languille, I. Vandendael, J. Hammons, M. G. Silly, G. Dewanckel, H. Terryn, HJM Wouters, Colorando Auro: contribution to the understanding of a medieval recipe to colour gilded silver plates, pp. 39-46
  • N. Salvado, S. Buti, M. Cotte, G. Cinque, T. Pradell, Shades of green in 15th century paintings: combined microanalysis of the materials using synchrotron radiation XRD, FTIR and XRF, pp. 47-57
  • J. L. Mass, R. Opila, B. Buckley, M. Cotte, J. Church, A. Mehta, The photodegradation of cadmium yellow paints in Henri Matisse's Le Bonheur de vivre (1905-1906), pp. 59-68
  • Re, D. Angelici, A. Lo Giudice, E. Maupas, L. Giuntini, S. Calusi, N. Gelli, M. Massi, A. Borghi, L. M. Gallo, G. Pratesi, P. A. Mando, New markers to identify the provenance of lapis lazuli: trace elements in pyrite by means of micro-PIXE, pp. 69-74
  • Y. T. Qu, C. Z. Jin, Y. Q. Zhang, Y. W. Hu, X. Shang, C. S. Wang, Distribution patterns of elements in dental enamel of G-blacki: a preliminary dietary investigation using SRXRF, pp. 75-82
  • T. Trafela, M. Mizuno, K. Fukunaga, M. Strlic, Quantitative characterisation of historic paper using THz spectroscopy and multivariate data analysis, pp. 83-90
  • J. Hormes, A. Roy, G. L. Bovenkamp, K. Simon, C. Y. Kim, N. Borste, S. Gai, Medieval glass from the Cathedral in Paderborn: a comparative study using X-ray absorption spectroscopy, X-ray fluorescence, and inductively coupled laser ablation mass spectrometry, pp. 91-97
  • R. Arletti, S. Quartieri, I. C. Freestone, A XANES study of chromophores in archaeological glass, pp. 99-108
  • D. Mudronja, F. Vanmeert, K. Hellemans, S. Fazinic, K. Janssens, D. Tibljas, M. Rogosic, S. Jakovljevic, Efficiency of applying ammonium oxalate for protection of monumental limestone by poultice, immersion and brushing methods, pp. 109-119
  • T. Pradell, G. Molina, J. Molera, J. Pla, A. Labrador, The use of micro-XRD for the study of glaze color decorations, pp. 121-127
  • M. Notis, B. Newbury, B. Stephenson, G. B. Stephenson, Synchrotron X-ray diffraction and fluorescence study of the astrolabe, pp. 129-134
  • M. Unger, E. Mattson, C. S. Patterson, Z. Alavi, D. Carson, C. J. Hirschmugl, Synchrotron-based multiple-beam FTIR chemical imaging of a multi-layered polymer in transmission and reflection: towards cultural heritage applications, pp. 135-145
  • N. P. Edwards, R. A. Wogelius, U. Bergmann, P. Larson, W. I. Sellers, P. L. Manning, Mapping prehistoric ghosts in the synchrotron, pp. 147-155
  • M. Alfeld, D. P. Siddons, K. Janssens, J. Dik, A. Woll, R. Kirkham, E. van de Wetering, Visualizing the 17th century underpainting in Portrait of an Old Man by Rembrandt van Rijn using synchrotron-based scanning macro-XRF, pp. 157-164
  • M. Alfeld, G. Van der Snickt, F. Vanmeert, K. Janssens, J. Dik, K. Appel, L. van der Loeff, M. Chavannes, T. Meedendorp, E. Hendriks, Scanning XRF investigation of a Flower Still Life and its underlying composition from the collection of the Kroller-Muller Museum, pp. 165-175
  • F. Faraldi, G. J. Tserevelakis, G. Filippidis, G. M. Ingo, C. Riccucci, C. Fotakis, Multi photon excitation fluorescence imaging microscopy for the precise characterization of corrosion layers in silver-based artifacts, pp. 177-181

A cor e a química



O seguinte livro foi publicado há poucos meses:

Mary Virginia Orna, The Chemical History of Color, Heidelberg, Springer, 2013.

Índice:

  • Introduction: Colors, Natural and Synthetic, in the Ancient World, 1
  • Discovery of the Physics of Color, 11
  • The Chemical Causes of Color, 29
  • Colorant Usage from Antiquity to the Perkin Era, 47
  • Beyond Perkin, 79
  • Major Analytical Techniques Based on Color: Volumetric Analysis; Chromatography; Spectroscopy; Color Measurement, 93
  • Color on the Biological and Biochemical Front, 111
  • Finale: Color in Foods, Photochemistry, Photoluminescence, Pharmaceuticals, Fireworks, Fun, and the Future, 129

domingo, 7 de Abril de 2013

Discurso de Vieira Portuense



O 37.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português já está online. A obra é a seguinte:

Vieira Portuense, Discurso Feito na Abertura da Academia de Desenho e Pintura da Cidade do Porto, Lisboa, Regia Officina Typografica, 1803

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Mais uma tradução do tratado de arquitectura de Vignola



Há mais uma obra disponível na biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português. É a seguinte:

Jacomo Barozio de Vinhola, O Vinhola dos Proprietarios ou as Cinco Ordens de Architectura, tradução de José da Fonseca, Paris, J. Langlumé, 1853.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

Métodos de análise de vidros históricos



Acabou de ser publicado o seguinte livro:

Koen Janssens (ed.), Modern Methods for Analysing Archaeological and Historical Glass, vol. 1, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 2013.

Índice:

  • José–María Fernández–Navarro, María–Ángeles Villegas, What is Glass?: An Introduction to the Physics and Chemistry of Silicate Glasses, pp. 1-22
  • Cesare Moretti, Sandro Hreglich, Raw Materials, Recipes and Procedures Used for Glass Making, pp. 23-47
  • Isabelle Biron, Marie–Hélène Chopinet, Colouring, Decolouring and Opacifying of Glass, pp. 49-65
  • B. Velde, Glass Compositions over Several Millennia in the Western World, pp. 67-78
  • Koen Janssens, X–Ray Based Methods of Analysis, pp. 79-128
  • Koen Janssens, Electron Microscopy, pp. 129-154
  • Ž. Šmit, Ion–Beam Analysis Methods, pp. 155-183
  • Michael D. Glascock, Application of Neutron Activation Analysis to Archaeological Studies of Natural and Man–Made Glasses, pp. 185-199
  • Bernard Gratuze, Glass Characterisation Using Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Methods, pp. 201-234
  • Patrick Degryse, Isotope–Ratio Techniques in Glass Studies, pp. 235-245
  • Christoph Kleber, Manfred Schreiner, Surface Analysis, pp. 247-274
  • Ph. Colomban, Non–Destructive Raman Analysis of Ancient Glasses and Glazes, pp. 275-300
  • Simona Quartieri, Rossella Arletti, The Use of X–Ray Absorption Spectroscopy in Historical Glass Research, pp. 301-309
  • Bernard Gratuze, Provenance Analysis of Glass Artefacts, pp. 311-343
  • Caroline Jackson, Paul Nicholson, Glass at el–Amarna, pp. 345-353
  • Gilberto Artioli, Ivana Angelini, Evolution of Vitreous Materials in Bronze Age Italy, pp. 355-368
  • Simone Cagno, Peter Cosyns, Karin Nys, Koen Janssens, Black–Appearing Roman Glass, pp. 369-385
  • B. Velde, J. Motteau, Glass Compositions of the Merovingian Period in Western Europe, pp. 387-397
  • Laure Dussubieux, Bernard Gratuze, Glass in South Asia, pp. 399-413
  • James W. Lankton, Laure Dussubieux, Early Glass in Southeast Asia, pp. 415-443
  • Izumi Nakai, Yoko Shindo, Glass Trade between the Middle East and Asia, pp. 445-457
  • R. G.V. Hancock, European Glass Trade Beads in Northeastern North America, pp. 459-471
  • Federica Fenzi, Simone Lerma, Marja Mendera, Bruno Messiga, Maria Pia Riccardi, Pietro Alessandro Vigato, Medieval Glass–Making and –Working in Tuscany and Liguria (Italy). Towards a Standard Methodology for the Classification of Glass–Making and Glass–Working Indicators, pp. 473-513
  • Marco Verità, Venetian Soda Glass, pp. 515-536
  • K. Janssens, S. Cagno, I. De Raedt, P. Degryse, Transfer of Glass Manufacturing Technology in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries from Southern to Northern Europe: Using Trace Element Patterns to Reveal the Spread from Venice via Antwerp to London, pp. 537-562
  • B. Velde, Seventeenth–Century Varec Glass from the Great Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, pp. 563-572
  • David Dungworth, Colin Brain, Seventeenth– and Eighteenth–Century English Lead Glass, pp. 573-582
  • B. G. Brunetti, L. Cartechini, C. Miliani, A. Sgamellotti, Metal Nanoparticles in Glass: Lustre, pp. 583-608
  • Michael Melcher, Manfred Schreiner, Glass Degradation by Liquids and Atmospheric Agents, pp. 609-651
  • Noemí Carmona, Corrosion of Stained Glass Windows: Applied Study of Spanish Monuments of Different Periods, pp. 653-675
  • Simone Cagno, Gert Nuyts, Olivier Schalm, Joost Caen, Koen Janssens, Novel Methods of Evaluation for the Conservation of Browned Historical Stained Glass, pp. 677-690

Journal of Cultural Heritage, vol. 14, n.º 2, 2013

Foi há pouco publicada a revista Journal of Cultural Heritage, vol. 14, n.º 2, de 2013.

Está disponível aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Van den Eynde, Víctor Cárdenes, Felix Javier Mateos, Remigio Paradelo, Degradability of building stone: Influence of the porous network on the rate of dissolution of carbonate and evaporitic rocks, pp. 89-96
  • Ramadan Abd-Allah, Chemical cleaning of soiled deposits and encrustations on archaeological glass: A diagnostic and practical study, pp. 97-108
  • Erwan Hamard, Jean-Claude Morel, Fernanda Salgado, Alain Marcom, Nicolas Meunier, A procedure to assess the suitability of plaster to protect vernacular earthen architecture, pp. 109-115
  • Domenica Paoletti, Dario Ambrosini, Stefano Sfarra, Fabio Bisegna, Preventive thermographic diagnosis of historical buildings for consolidation, pp. 116-121
  • Enrico Quagliarini, Enrico Esposito, Antonio del Conte, The combined use of IRT and LDV for the investigation of historical thin vaults, pp. 122-128
  • Ferhat Karaca, Mapping the corrosion impact of air pollution on the historical peninsula of Istanbul, pp. 129-137
  • Daniel de la Fuente, Jesús Manuel Vega, Fernando Viejo, Iván Díaz, Manuel Morcillo, Mapping air pollution effects on atmospheric degradation of cultural heritage, pp. 138-145
  • Marcello Carrozzino, Nicoletta Bruno, Massimo Bergamasco, Designing interaction metaphors for Web3D cultural dissemination, pp. 146-155
  • Monika Murzyn-Kupisz, The socio-economic impact of built heritage projects conducted by private investors, pp. 156-162
  • Sorin Constantin Barzoi, Anca Cornelia Luca, Significance of studying the petrography and mineralogy of the geological environment of old rupestrian churches to prevent their deterioration. A case study from the South Carpathians, pp. 163-168
  • Francisco Javier Blasco-López, Francisco Javier Alejandre Sánchez, Porosity and surface hardness as indicators of the state of conservation of Mudéjar plasterwork in the Real Alcázar in Seville, pp. 169-173
  • Saima Gulzar, Marie Wörle, Jean-Pierre Burg, Muhammad Nawaz Chaudhry, Edith Joseph, Eric Reusser, Characterization of 17th Century Mughal tile glazes from Shahdara Complex, Lahore-Pakistan, pp. 174-179

domingo, 17 de Março de 2013

Memória técnica sobre a estátua de D. José, de Machado de Castro



O 35.º volume da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português já está disponível. É o seguinte:

Joaquim Machado de Castro, Descripção Analytica da Execução da Estatua Equestre Erigida em Lisboa à Gloria do Senhor Rei Fidelissimo D. José I, Lisboa, Impressam Regia, 1840.

Está aqui, com acesso livre.

sábado, 16 de Março de 2013

Tratado sobre construções militares



A biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português contém mais dois volumes:

Manuel de Azevedo Fortes, O Engenheiro Portuguez, 2 volumes, Lisboa, Officina de Manoel Fernandes da Costa, 1728-1729.

O 1.º volume “comprehende a geometria pratica sobre o papel, e sobre o terreno: o uso dos instrumentos mais necessarios aos Engenheiros: o modo de desenhar, e dar aguadas nas plantas Militares; e no Apendice a Trigonometria rectilínea”.

O 2.º volume “comprehende a fortificação regular, e irregular: o ataque, e defensa das Praças; e no Appendice o uso das Armas de guerra”.

Os dois volumes estão aqui, com acesso livre.

domingo, 10 de Março de 2013

Vieira Lusitano, insigne pintor e leal esposo



Há mais um volume, o 32.º, na biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português. É o seguinte:

Vieira Lusitano, O Insigne Pintor, e Leal Esposo, Lisboa, Officina Patriarcal de Francisco Luiz Ameno, 1780.

Trata-se de uma obra autobiográfica escrita em verso.

Está aqui.

Conservação da arte decorativa

Foi há pouco disponibilizado online, temporariamente com acesso livre, o volume com as comunicações apresentadas no último encontro do IIC, que decorreu em Viena, em finais de 2012:

Sharon Cather, Austin Nevin, Joyce H. Townsend, Marika Spring, Jo Kirby Atkinson, Dinah Eastop (ed.), The Decorative: Conservation and the Applied Arts, London, IIC, 2012.

Está aqui.

Índice:

  • Kasi Albert, Ceramic rivet repair: history, technology, and conservation approaches, pp. 1-8
  • Ursula Baumer, Irene Fiedler, Simone Bretz, Hans-Jörg Ranz, Patrick Dietemann, Decorative reverse-painted glass objects from the fourteenth to twentieth centuries: an overview of the binding media, pp. 9-18
  • Tatjana Bayerová, Václav Pitthard, Martina Grießer., Martina Grießer-Stermscheg., Metal sarcophagi of the Habsburg Imperial Crypt, Church of the Capuchin Friars, in Vienna, Austria: analysis of surface coatings, pp. 19-26
  • Tim Bechthold, Julia Reischl, Kitchen stories: Cuisine Atelier Le Corbusier, type 1, pp. 27-35
  • Ulrike Brichzin, Christoph Herm, Investigation and conservation of a panoramic wallpaper Les Vues du Brésil from 1829, pp. 36-42
  • Aviva Burnstock, Christine Sitwell, Catherine Daunt, Sarah Freeman, A room transposed: a technical and historical study of the King's Room, Westwood Manor, Wiltshire, UK, pp. 43-51
  • Brenna Campbell, Élodie Lévèque, Erin Jue, Marcel Duchamp's Boîtes-en-valise: collaboration and conservation, pp. 52-60
  • Francesca Casadio, Anikó Bezur, Kelly Domoney, Katherine Eremin, Lynn Lee, Jennifer L. Mass, Andrew Shortland, Nicholas Zumbulyadis, X-ray fluorescence applied to overglaze enamel decoration on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century porcelain from central Europe, pp. 61-72
  • Yannick Chastang, The conservation of two pietre dure and gilt-bronze-mounted cabinets made by Domenico Cucci for Louis XIV, pp. 73-79
  • Anne-Marie Deisser, Lolan Sipan, Decorative art or art practice? The conservation of textiles in the Kurdish Autonomous Region of Iraq, pp. 80-86
  • Matthijs de Keijzer, Maarten R. van Bommel, Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer, Regina Knaller, Edith Oberhumer, Indigo carmine: understanding a problematic blue dye, pp. 87-95
  • Dinah Eastop, Anna E. Bülow, Agnes W. Brokerhof, Design, digitization, discovery: enhancing collection quality, pp. 96-102
  • Jean-Philippe Echard, Christine Laloue, Isabelle Chochod, Daniele Pipitone, Characterization and conservation of the decorative paint on seventeenth-century French and Flemish harpsichord soundboards, pp. 103-113
  • Kathryn Gill, Images can speak louder than words: communicating conservation effectively, pp. 114-121
  • Joseph Godla, Re-evaluation of French Renaissance furniture at The Frick Collection, New York, USA, pp. 122-129
  • Roger Griffith, Margo Delidow, Chris McGlinchey, Peeling back the layers: Eileen Gray's brick screens, pp. 130-137
  • Ursula Haller, Stephanie Hilden, Karin Krüger, The Ermlitz project: conservation and mounting of 310 square metres of painted wall hangings, pp. 138-146
  • Eva Helfenstein, Katherine Eremin, Richard Newman, Glenn Gates, Terry Drayman-Weisser, Cathy Selvius DeRoo, Philip Klausmeyer, Ian Freestone, Technical examination of enamels from the Botkin collection, pp. 147-156
  • Karin Hermerén, Henrik Orrje, Exposed and unseen: management of public immovable art, pp. 157-164
  • Petr Justa, Tatjana Bayerová, Karol Bayer, A new look at the St Wenceslas sculpture in St Vitus Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 165-172
  • Stephen P. Koob, Linda Gué, The conservation of two Baccarat crystal torchères at the Shangri La Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, pp. 173-180
  • Katy Lithgow, Nicky Boden, Michelle Hill, Richard Lithgow, Kate Measures, A "once in a lifetime" experience: "conservation in action" for Thornhill's wall paintings at Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire, UK, pp. 181-190
  • Jennifer L. Mass, Catherine R. Matsen, Understanding silver hollow wares of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: is there a role for x-ray fluorescence?, pp. 191-198
  • Ferenc Mihály, Márta Guttmann, The Umling painter-carpenter workshop in Transylvania, pp. 199-207
  • Katalin E. Nagy, Andrea Várfalvi, When Spain dictated fashion: a Hungarian lady's richly decorated garments, c. 1600, pp. 208-216
  • Eva Putzgruber, Marco Verità, Katharina Uhlir, Bernadette Frühmann, Martina Grießer., Gabriela Krist, Scientific investigation and study of the sixteenth-century glass jewellery collection of Archduke Ferdinand II, pp. 217-226
  • Chandra L. Reedy, Image analysis-aided light microscopy of glazed ceramics: identifying technological innovation and style, pp. 227-233
  • Rainer W. Richter, Christian Neelmeijer, The Waldenburg beakers and Johann Kunckel: analytical and technological study of four corner-cut coloured glasses, pp. 234-243
  • Renée Riedler, Ellen Pearlstein, Molly Gleeson, Featherwork: beyond decorative, pp. 244-249
  • Eva Rydlová, Ivana Kopecká, Zwischengoldglas: technology of production, material analyses and conservation, pp. 250-257
  • Erika Gohde Sandbakken, Eva Storevik Tveit, Edvard Munch's monumental sketches (1909-1916) for the Aula of Oslo University, Norway: conservation issues and treatments, pp. 258-267
  • Katy Sanders, Lynne Harrison, Catherine Higgitt, Christina Young, Purely decorative? Technical analysis of a fifteenth-century northern European parade shield, pp. 268-278
  • Sandra Smith, Alan Derbyshire, Victoria Oakley, Connoisseurship, aesthetics, and ethics: factors influencing the conservation of the decorative arts, pp. 279-285
  • Sarah Staniforth, Helen Lloyd, Use it or lose it: the opportunities and challenges of bringing historic places to life, pp. 286-294
  • Heather Tetley, Underfoot and overlooked: conservation treatment of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British carpets in historic houses, pp. 295-304
  • Márta Toth, Lessons learned from conserving metal thread embroidery in the Esterházy collection, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 305-312
  • Joanna Whalley, Faded glory: gemstone simulants and enhancements, pp. 313-321
  • Lori Wong, Stephen Rickerby, Alan Phenix, Amarilli Rava, Rasha Kamel, Examination of the wall paintings in Tutankhamen's Tomb: inconsistencies in original technology, pp. 322-330
  • Elizabeth Woolley, Jilleen Nadolny, Lisa Shekede, Tin relief on thirteenth-century Cypriot wall painting: technology and conservation, pp. 331-339


Monitorização de poluentes em museus



Foi há pouco disponibilizado na Internet, com acesso livre, o seguinte livro:

Cecily M. Grzywacz, Monitoring for Gaseous Pollutants in Museum Environments, Los Angeles, The Getty Conservation Institute, 2006.

Está aqui.

Índice:

  • Gaseous Pollutants in Museum Environments: Overview
  • The Effects of Gaseous Pollutants on Objects
  • Introduction to Passive Sampling
  • Passive Sampling Devices
  • Planning and Conducting an Air Quality Monitoring Program
  • Interpreting Results and Mitigation Considerations
  • The J. Paul Getty Museum Monitoring Program, 1996–1998
  • Appendixes
    • Major Gaseous Pollutants of Concern to Museums, Their Sources, and At-Risk Materials
    • Current Target Levels for Key Gaseous Pollutants in Museums
    • Materials Testing
    • Protocols for Preparing and Analyzing Passive Sampling Devices for Organic Carbonyl Pollutants

segunda-feira, 4 de Março de 2013

Conversações sobre a Pintura, Escultura, e Architectura





Acabei de colocar na biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português os 6 volumes de Conversações sobre a Pintura, Escultura, e Architectura que, ainda que publicados sem indicação de autor, são de Cirilo Volkmar Machado:

Cirilo Volkmar Machado, Conversações Sobre a Pintura, Escultura, e Architectura, 6 volumes, Lisboa, Off. de Simão Thaddeo Ferreira, 1794-1798.

Estão aqui, com acesso livre.

Análise química aplicada ao estudo do património cultural



Foi há pouco publicado o seguinte volume:

Patricia L. Lang, Ruth Ann Armitage (ed.), Collaborative Endeavors in the Chemical Analysis of Art and Cultural Heritage Materials, Washington, American Chemical Society, 2012.

Está disponível aqui, com acesso condicionado.

Índice:

  • Gregory D. Smith, James F. Hamm, Dan A. Kushel, Corina E. Rogge, What's Wrong with this Picture? The Technical Analysis of a Known Forgery, pp. 1-21
  • Lauren Paul Bradley, Sabrina Meloni, Erich Stuart Uffelman, Jennifer L. Mass, Scientific Examination and Treatment of a Painting by Gijsbert Gillisz d?Hondecoeter in the Mauritshuis, pp. 23-49
  • Erich Stuart Uffelman, Elizabeth Court, John Marciari, Alexis Miller, Lauren Cox, Handheld XRF Analyses of Two Veronese Paintings, pp. 51-73
  • R. Li, S. Baker, C. Selvius Deroo, R. A. Armitage, Characterization of the Binders and Pigments in the Rock Paintings of Cueva la Conga, Nicaragua, pp. 75-89
  • Jon Russ, Kaixuan Bu, Jeff Hamrick, James V. Cizdziel, Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Lower Pecos Rock Paints and Possible Pigment Sources, pp. 91-121
  • Jordyn Geiger, Ruth Ann Armitage, Cathy Selvius Deroo, Identification of Organic Dyes by Direct Analysis in Real Time-Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry, pp. 123-129
  • John Hopkins, Ruth Ann Armitage, Characterizing Organic Residues on Ceramics by Direct Analysis in Real Time Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry, pp. 131-142
  • Ruth Ann Armitage, Mary Ellen Ellis, Carolynne Merrell, New Developments in the ?Nondestructive? Dating of Perishable Artifacts Using Plasma-Chemical Oxidation, pp. 143-154
  • Ann Feuerbach, The Roles of Chemistry and Culture in the Origins and Legacy of Crucible Damascus Steel Blades, pp. 155-165
  • Danielle M. Garshott, Elizabeth Macdonald, Stephanie Spohn, Hana Attar, Jennifer Shango, Irice Ellis, Meghann N. Murray, Mark A. Benvenuto, Elemental Composition of a Series of Medieval Korean Coinage via Energy-Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry, pp. 167-183
  • Danielle M. Garshott, Elizabeth Macdonald, Meghann N. Murray, Mark A. Benvenuto, Chemical Composition of a Series of Siamese Bullet Coins: A Search for Contemporary Counterfeits, pp. 185-196
  • Joseph G. Barabe, Abigail B. Quandt, Margaret M. Mitchell, Analysis of the ?Archaic Mark? Codex, pp. 197-217
  • Patricia Hill, Deberah Simon, Developing a Community of Science and Art Scholars, pp. 219-229
  • Patricia L. Lang, The Chemistry of Artists? Pigments: An Immersive Learning Course, pp. 231-239
  • Anne Gaquere-parker, Cass D. Parker, Bridging the Gap of Art and Chemistry at the Introductory Level, pp. 241-249
  • Erich Stuart Uffelman, Ronald W. Fuchs, Patricia A. Hobbs, Lauren F. Sturdy, Danielle S. Bowman, Derek A. G. Barisas, Technical Examination of Cultural Heritage Objects Associated with George Washington, pp. 251-283
  • Patricia L. Lang, Shawn P. Leary, Rebecca F. Carey, Melissa N. Coffer, Rick E. Hamilton, Amber L. Klein, Randall T. Short, Philip A. Kovac, The Spectroscopic Analysis of Paints Removed from a Polychrome Wood Sculpture of <italic>Male Saint</italic>, pp. 285-299

Métodos físicos e químicos aplicados ao estudo da arqueologia, arte e conservação



O seguinte volume, que reúne as comunicações apresentadas num encontro, está disponível na internet com acesso livre:

José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil, Javier Reyes Trujeque, Jesús A. Arenas Alatorre, Adrián Velázquez Castro (ed.), 2nd Latin-American Symposium on Physical and Chemical Methods in Archaeology, Art and Cultural Heritage Conservation. Selected Papers, Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2010.

Está aqui.

Índice:

  • C.R. Appoloni, F.L. Melquiades, F. Lopes, C. I. Parellada, M.H.L.B Morales, G.E.V. de Biasi, 1. Rock Art at Jaguariaíva 1 Archaeological Site (Paraná, Brazil): In Situ Pigments Study by Portable Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (PXRF), p. 1
  • Colour. M. San Andrés, J. M. de la Roja, N. Sancho, V. G. Baonza, 2. Verdigris, a Pigment with Different Hues. Relation between Chemical Composition and, p. 4
  • V. Urbina, T. Pradell, N. Salvadó, S. Buti, J.L. Ruvalcaba, 3. Chemical Changes in Pictorial Models: Characterization by FT-IR Spectroscopy, p. 10
  • Imaging Portable XRF, SEM. S. Zetina, E. Arroyo, T. Falcón, E. Hernández, J.L. Ruvalcaba, M.E. Espinosa, V. Aguilar Melo, D. Ramírez, V. Santos, F. Riquelme, 4. The Mobility of Imitation: An Analysis of 18th Century Chinese Style Furniture with IRUV, p. 15
  • Work of Art. M.A. García, M. Gómez, D. Juanes, C. Vega, 5. The Sky of Salamanca. An Example of Experimental Methodology Applied to a Singular, p. 23
  • F. Eisner-Sagüés, C. Ossa-Izquierdo, 6. Material Investigation in the Course of the Restoration of a Series of Colonial Paintings, p. 29
  • E. Kajiya, M. A. Rizzutto, V. Pagliaro, S.I. Finazzo, P. R. Pascholati, 7. Images Analysis Coupled With PIXE Technique For Picture Characterization, p. 35
  • M. Ostrooumov, 8. Infrared Reflection Spectrometry Analysis as a Non-destructive Method of Characterizing Minerals and Stone Materials in Geoarchaeological and Archaeometric Applications, p. 40
  • K. Yonekura, 9. Preliminary Analysis on Microindentation Hardness of Prehistoric Lithic Raw Materials, p. 45
  • Mexico. J. L. Ruvalcaba Sil, A. Daneels, M. Vaggi, M. Aguilar Franco, 10. Non-Destructive Characterization of Green Stone Pieces from La Joya Site, Veracruz, p. 49
  • J. Reyes, Y. Espinosa-Morales, P. Maldonado, G. Ancona, P. Bartolo-Pérez, J.A. Azamar-Barrios, 11. Chemical Characterization of Mortar from San Roque Church (San Francisco de Campeche, México), p. 56
  • Saprykina, O. Zelentsova, R. Mitoyan, 12. Warrior’s Belt from the Middle Volga Burial Ground X A.D. - Technology and Origin, p. 62
  • J. Arenas Alatorre, J. Contreras, J. L. Ruvalcaba Sil, 13. Microstructural Study of Gilded Copper Artifacts from the Chichén-Itzá Cenote, p. 67
  • C. R. Appoloni, F. L. Melquiades, F. Lopes, 14. Study of Fragments of Archaeological Glass Objects by Portable Energy Dispersive XRay Fluorescence (PXRF), p. 72
  • L.P. Traversa, M.I. Casadas, M.E. Peltzer, F.H Lloro, 15. Implementation of Techniques for the Study of Vitreous and Metallic Materials from the Archaeological Site “Guardia del Monte”, San Miguel del Monte, Buenos Aires Province, p. 76
  • M.O. Figueiredo, T.P. Silva, J.P. Veiga, M.I. Prudêncio, M.I. Dias, M.A. Matos, A.M. Pais, 16. Blue Pigments in XVI-XVII Century Glazes: A Comparative Study between Portuguese Faiences and Chinese Porcelains, p. 81
  • V. Aguilar Melo, J.L. Ruvalcaba Sil, O. Escamilla Gonzalez, L. Milan, D. Ramírez Miranda, Ma.C. León García, 17. Non-destructive Analysis of Handwriting and Colored Drawings of the Printed Book Divina Proportione (1509), p. 86
  • M. del Egido, D. Juanes, 18. The Application of Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer in Historical Photography: a Proposal of Experimental Configuration, p. 93
  • M. Patrick Ravines, A. West, J. Minter, R.O. Gutierrez Jr, 19. The Daguerreotype under High Magnification: An Ultra-High Resolution SEM Study of a 19th Century Daguerreotype’s Surface Nanostructure, p. 99
  • Velázquez-Castro, B. Zúñiga-Arellano, Á. González-López, 20. Nerita Shell Objects in the Offerings of the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan, p. 105
  • E. A. Castillo Velasco, S. A. Páez Torres, 21. Manufacture of Spondylus princeps Objects in Calica, Quintana Roo, p. 110
  • R. B. Solís Ciriaco, O. Sterpone Canuto, 22. Manufacturing Techniques of the Pinctada mazatlanica Objects in Tula, Hidalgo, p. 115
  • Tenochtitlan Mexico. E. R. Melgar Tísoc, R. B. Solís Ciriaco, 23. Manufacturing Techniques of the Turquoise Mosaics from the Great Temple of, p. 119
  • N. Valentín Maldonado, G. Pérez Roldán, 24. Analysis of Modified Osseous Remains from Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico, p. 125
  • N. Victoria Lona, 25. Objects Made of Copal, A Glance through the Time, p. 131
  • D. Argote Espino, J. Solé Viñas, O. Sterpone Canuto, P. López García, 26. ICP-MS Analysis for the Characterization of Obsidian Sub-Sources In Sierra de Pachuca Region, Hidalgo, Mexico, p. 135
  • H. Neff, 27. Plumbate Technology Revisited, p. 140
  • J. López Juárez, J.L. Ruvalcaba-Sil, M. Aguilar Franco, 28. Characterization of Slates from Teotihuacan using XRD, PIXE and IOL, p. 146
  • C. Giannattasio, S.M. Grillo, 29. Dating Techniques through the Characterization of Materials. XVI Century South Sardinian Coast Defense Towers, p. 152
  • L.P. Traversa, M.I. Casadas, M.E. Peltzer, F. Iloro, A.M. Cesio, 30. Dating Tests, Mineralogical Analysis and Technological Characterization on Building Materials from Archaeological Excavations in Urban Historical Sites, p. 159
  • L. R. Couoh, J. L. Ruvalcaba, L. Bucio, J. Arenas, 31. Diagnosis of State of Preservation and Quantification of Trace Elements in Ancient Bones from La Laguna, Tlaxcala, Mexico, p. 165
  • M. Teutli, E. León, J. Cerna, A. C. Ruíz, 32. Basalt Chemical Weathering at Puebla Historical Buildings, p. 172
  • L.E. Rendon, X. Li, M.E. Lara, M. Rendon, S. K. Rendon, 33. Biodeterioration of Mineral Materials in Cultural Heritage, Archaeology and Historical Collections, p. 176
  • J. Reyes, F. Corvo, Y. Espinosa-Morales, C. Valdés, P. Bartolo, D. Aguilar, P. Quintana, B. Hermosín, C. Saiz-Jimenez, 34. Analysis of Black Crust from a Cuban Historic Building, p. 181
  • C. Valdés Clemente, F. Corvo Pérez, C. Lariot Sánchez, 35. Laboratory and In Situ Evaluation of Polysiloxane Hidrofuge Product for Protection of Stone at San Francisco de Asis and Basilica Minor in the Old Havana, Cuba, p. 188
  • J. Reyes, F. Torres, I. Ché, F. Corvo, T. Pérez, H. Bravo, P. Sánchez, D. Aguilar, P. Quintana, 36. Dissolution of Traditional Mortars under Artificial Rain Conditions: A Laboratory Test, p. 195

quinta-feira, 21 de Fevereiro de 2013

Nova Academia de Pintura



A 25.ª obra da biblioteca digital de antigos tratados técnicos em português é a seguinte:

Cirilo Volkmar Machado, Nova Academia de Pintura, Lisboa, Impressão Regia, 1817

Está disponível aqui, com acesso livre.