terça-feira, 26 de dezembro de 2006

Scientific Examination of Art

Em 2003, a National Academy of Science organizou um colóquio intitulado “Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques in Conservation and Analysis”. Em 2005 foi publicado o volume com as comunicações. Embora o volume continue à venda, a editora disponibiliza-o integralmente na Internet, no endereço: http://orsted.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=11413&page=R1

Segue o índice:

  • John Winter, The State of the Field - Overview
  • Barbara H. Berrie, Material Innovation and Artistic Invention: New Materials and New Colors in Renaissance Venetian Paintings
  • Paul M. Whitmore, The Scientific Examination of Works of Art on Paper
  • Joyce Hill Stoner, Changing Approaches in Art Conservation: 1925 to the Present
  • Richard Newman, An Overview of Current Scientific Research on Stone Sculpture
  • Thomas D. Perry IV, Christopher J. McNamara, Ralph Mitchell, Biodeterioration of Stone
  • Molly Faries, Techniques and Applications - Analytical Capabilities of Infrared Reflectography: An Art Historian s Perspective
  • Roy S. Berns, Color-Accurate Image Archives Using Spectral Imaging
  • John K. Delaney, Elizabeth Walmsley, Barbara H. Berrie, Colin F. Fletcher, Multispectral Imaging of Paintings in the Infrared to Detect and Map Blue Pigments
  • Tom Learner, Modern Paints
  • Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Material and Method in Modern Art: A Collaborative Challenge
  • Robin J. H. Clark, Raman Microscopy in the Identification of Pigments on Manuscripts and Other Artwork
  • Michael R. Schilling, Paint Media Analysis
  • Janet G. Douglas, A Review of Some Recent Research on Early Chinese Jades