domingo, 10 de março de 2013

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.


  • 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