Citation "The artist's process : technology and interpretation: proceedings of the fourth symposium of the Art Technological Source Research Working Group"

Editor
  • Eyb-Green, Sigrid
  • Townsend, Joyce H.
  • Clarke, Mark
  • Nadolny, Jilleen
  • Kroustallis, Stefanos
Title of source
The artist's process : technology and interpretation: proceedings of the fourth symposium of the Art Technological Source Research Working Group
Contents Note
Foreword Acknowledgements From source to chronology: studies on macro-scale behaviour in art technology Nicholas Eastaugh Living sources: experts, masters and practitioners Timea Tallian Some thoughts on realia: material sources for art technological source research Ad Stijnman Judging art: lawsuits involving the painter and sculptor Alonso Berruguete as sources for art technology Rocio Bruquetas and Stefanos Kroustallis Reworking and reuse: adaptation and use in workshop texts Mark Clarke A short-title bibliography of the Secreti by Alessio Piemontese Ad Stijnman Theophilus: a methodological approach to reading an art technological source Doris Oltrogge A unique 12th-century illuminator’s treatise: an original composition incorporated in the Brussels Compendium artis picturae Mark Clarke ‘The book on how one makes colours of all shades in order to illuminate books’ revisited Catarina Miguel, Adelaide Miranda, Marisa Oliveira, Maria João Melo and Mark Clarke A glimpse of the Renaissance: colours and geometrical patterns on a southern German game board of the late 16th century Sabine Formánek Identifying 16th-century paints on silver using a contemporary manuscript Tamar Davidowitz, Tonny Beentjes, Joosje van Bennekom and Sara Creange Saffron for purity: raw materials for the production of coloured glazes in 16th-century German recipes Christoph Krekel and Helena Fuertes An unknown art technological source for Austrian Baroque art: the diary of Abbot Hieronymus Übelbacher of Dürnstein for 1710-40 Manfred Koller Raised decorations applied to Baroque polychrome sculpture in Coimbra, Portugal: the production of painter-gilders or sculptors? Agnès Le Gac, Ana Isabel Seruya, Jean Bleton, Sung Voduy and José Carlos Frade ‘To prepare white excellent…’: reconstructions investigating the influence of washing, grinding and decanting of stack-process lead white on pigment composition and particle size Maartje Stols-Witlox, Luc Megens and Leslie Carlyle De Groote Waereld in ‘t Kleen Geschildert (The Big World Painted Small): a Dutch 17th-century treatise on oil painting technique Arie Wallert Sources for the study of pigments used by Goya and other 18th-century Spanish painters Rocio Bruquetas Instructions on the making of pastel crayons and their use in pastel painting: a manuscript in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Idelette van Leeuwen, Arie Wallert, Cécile Gombaud and Joana Pedroso Ernst Berger and the late 19th-century Munich controversy over painting materials Kathrin Kinseher Reconstruction and imaging of copy press samples Agathi Anthoula Kaminari, Athina Alexopoulou, Penelope Banou, Philip Miller Tate and Eileen M. Buckley-Dhoot Exploring an artist’s practice: Edvard Munch’s paint tubes Hartmut Kutzke and Biljana Topalova-Casadiego Interpreting Van Gogh’s plein air painting practice: written sources versus painted image Devi Ormond, Teio Meedendorp, Muriel Geldof, Luc Megens and Kathrin Pilz Bernsteinlack, Vernis Vibert and Weimarweiß: the letters of Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) as a key source for his painting technique Albrecht Pohlmann Shorter papers from poster presentations A virtual colour reconstruction project for Romanesque wall painting in Sixena, Spain Rosa M. Gasol The painting process in the Bishop’s Chapel in Gurk, Carinthia (Austria) Markus Santner, Wolfgang Baatz, Renáta Burszán and Jörg Riedel Regraxar or glazing: aspects of this technique in a group of Portuguese paintings attributed to Francisco João (active 1563-95) Helena Pinheiro de Melo, António João Cruz, Jana Sanyova, António Candeias, José Mirão, Sara Valadas In search of van Mander’s primuersel: coloured intermediate layers in early 16th-century Netherlandish paintings Abbie Vandivere Ground layers in Portuguese Baroque polychrome wooden sculptures: analytical results versus documentary sources Carolina Barata, António João Cruz, Jorgelina Carballo, João Coroado and Maria Eduarda Araújo An approach to the analysis of Swedish painted wall hangings (1700-1870) Ingalill Nyström J.W. Schirmer’s 19th-century use of grisaille underpainting Börries Brakebusch Industrial development of plastics and 20th-century art: new synergies Silvia García Fernández-Villa, Margarita San Andrés Moya and Selina Blasco Sabu colours: vinyl artists’ paints from the 1960s Joana Lia Ferreira, Maria João Melo and Ana Maria Ramos Ole Kandelin’s painting processes and materials Suvi Leukumaavaara and Seppo Hornytzkyj Restoring Francesc Artigau’s paintings from 1966 Anna Nualart Torroja, M. José González Madrid, Marina Mascarella Vilageliu and Marta Oriola Folch Materials and painting processes of Pedro Cabrita Reis: the artist’s memory versus materials analysis Ana Cudell, António João Cruz, Ana Martins, Jorgelina Carballo, Ana Calvo and Sandra Saraiva Around Theophilus: an expert meeting towards new standards in Theophilus scholarship Mark Clarke and Ad Stijnman
Publisher / Distributor
Archetype Publications
Publisher / Distributor City
London
Publisher / Distributor Country
United Kingdom
Date of Publication
2012
Collation
ix, 217 pages : illustrations
ISBN
9781904982739
Language Text
English
Meeting Name
ICOM-CC Working Group for Art Technological Source Research (2010 : Vienna)
Subject Keywords English
  • Art and technology
  • Art and technology - Congresses
  • Art - Technique
  • Art - Technique - Congresses
Subject Keywords French
  • Art et technologie
  • Art et technologie - Congrès
  • Art - Technique
  • Art - Technique - Congrès
Originating Institution
CCI=ICC
Location of Document
CCI=ICC
CCI Classification Number
N 72 .T4 A77 2010
Literature Type
Monograph
Bibliographic Level
Monographic
BCIN Number
458849
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