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Papers Presented At The Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting Of The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works in St. Louis, Missouri June 8 - 13, 1999. Compiled By Frederick A. Wallace.


Bonnie Rimer, Inge Fiedler, Mary A. Miller, Michael Cunningham, and Jorrit D.J. van den Berg, Investigation Of Fatty Acid Migration In Alizarin Crimson Oil Paint In Two Works By Frank Stella (p. 1)

Scott Heffley, Rembrandt: A Study In Complexity (p. 15)

Joyce Zucker, From The Ground Up: The Ground In 19th-Century American Pictures (p.23)

Margaret Contompasis and Martin Radecki, The Physical History And Conservation Treatment Of Thomas Hart Benton's Indiana Murals (p. 33)

Mark Lewis, Unveiling Monet (p. 50)

Robert Proctor, The Sinking (And Resurrection) Of The Titanic: Max Beckmann's Early Masterpiece At The Saint Louis Art Museum (p. 59)

Victoria Montana Ryan and Carol O'Brien English, Translating Significance Into Value: Musings Of A Conservator And An Appraiser (p. 63)

Erica E. James, Changes In Place, Changes In Context: The Conservation Of An Ethiopian Icon (p. 69)

Bradford A. Epley, Treatment Of Blanching In An Italian Landscape By Jan Both (p. 73)

Mark van Gelder, A Simple Hot Air Tool From A De-Soldering Iron and Black Gloves For Inpainting (p. 81)

Robert Proctor, Fixing Paintings In Work Stretchers Without Flattening The Tacking Margin (p. 83)

Kenneth B. Katz, An Inexpensive Mini-Suction Table (p. 85)

Carolyn J. Tomkiewicz, Studio Tips: Tear Repair, Consolidation, Inpainting (p. 87)

Chris Augerson, A Tip On Mica Pigments, And A Note On My Experience With Hydrogenated Hydrocarbon Varnishes (p. 89)