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Papers presented at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation in Richmond, Virginia. Compiled by Christine Daulton, 1990.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Condition, Change, and Complexity: New Interpretations of Albert Pinkham Ryder's Paintings by Ingrid C. Alexander, Jacqueline S. Olin, Roland H. Cunningham, and Yu-Tarng Cheng (p.1)
STUDIO TIPS II - 1990: A Session of Brief Contributions for the Paintings Specialty Group by James Bernstein, Steven Prins,Martine Barras, Margaret Contompasis, James Hamm, and Jill Norton Sterrett (p. 9)
The Treatment of a Water-Damaged Painting by William P. Brown (p. 22)
Condition, Change, and Complexity: The Media of Albert Pinkham Ryder by David Erhardt, David von Endt, and Jia-sun Tsang (p. 28)
Maerten van Hemskerck's Panoramic Landscape With the Rape of Helen: Preliminary Report on the Analysis and Treatment by E. Melanie Gifford (p. 36)
To Clean or Not to Clean: The Analysis and Treatment of an Early 20th Century Painting by Susan Lake and Jia-sun Tsang (p. 41)
The Extractable Components of Oil Paint Films by Jia-sun Tsang and David Erhardt (p. 45)
When Trees in Blossom Becomes Winter: Problems in Treating a Reworked Painting by Ernest Lawson by Serena Urry (p. 54)
A Radioisotopic Assay for the Direct Measurement of Residual Detersive Materials on a Paint Film by Richard C. Wolbers (p. 60)