quinta-feira, 28 de outubro de 2010

Studies in Conservation, vol. 55, n.º 3, 2010

Acabou de ser publicada a revista Studies in Conservation, vol. 55, n.º 3, de 2010.


  • Joyce H. Townsend, Editorial, p. 149
  • Brian Hayton, Sustainability and public museum buildings: The UK legislative perspective, p. 150
  • Dervilla O'dwyer, The contribution of conservators to sustainability at the National Maritime Museum, UK, p. 155
  • Patricia Silence, How are US conservators going green? Results of polling AIC members, p. 159
  • Claire Gervais, Carol A. Grissom, Nicole Little, Melvin J. Wachowiak, Cleaning marble with ammonium citrate, p. 164
  • Xian Zhang, Chika Mouri, Masayuki Mikage, Richard Laursen, Preliminary studies toward identification of sources of protoberberine alkaloids used as yellow dyes in Asian objects of historical interest, p. 177
  • Jan Wouters, Cecily M. Grzywacz, Ana Claro, Markers for identification of faded safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) colorants by HPLC-PDA-MS: Ancient fibres, pigments, paints and cosmetics derived from antique recipes, p. 186
  • Narayan Khandekar, Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Harry Cooper, Christina Rosenberger, Katherine Eremin, Kate Smith, Jens Stenger, Dan Kirby, A technical analysis of three paintings attributed to Jackson Pollock, p. 204
  • Olivier Schalm, Joost Caen, Koen Janssens, Homogeneity, composition and deterioration of window glass fragments and paint layers from two seventeenth-century stained glass windows created by Jan de Caumont (~1580-1659), p. 216