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Papers Presented At the Twenty-Second Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation in Nashville, Tennessee Friday, June 10, 1994. Compiled by William A. Real.
Table of Contents
Dee Ardrey and J. William Shank, The Paintings of Clyfford Still: What Was the A rtist's Intent? (p. 1)
Carol Christensen and Michael Palmer, Deciphering Artist's Intent in a Late Portrait By Frans Hals (p. 9)
Christina Currie and James Smith, The Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake Boat By Thomas Eakins: A Technical Study Reveals Surprising Techniques (p. 15)
Vinod Daniel and Gordon Hanlon, Insect Eradication of Paintings Using Ageless™ Oxygen Scavenger (p. 21)
Scott A. Heffley, An X-Ray Putty Composition for Improving Radiographs of Cradled Panel Paintings (p. 27)
Harriet Irgang, Considering Artist's Intent in the Public Arena (p. 39)
Rustin Levenson, Extreme Problems, Extreme Measures: The Aftermath of Hurricane Andrew (p. 47)
Robert Proctor, Repairing Tears in Canvas Paintings By a Reweaving Process (p. 53)
Camilla J. Van Vooren, Georgia O'Keeffe's Cross With Red Heart: The Alteration of the Shape of a Painting (p. 58)
Linda Witkowski "Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: An Art in Its Making (p. 65)
Barbara A.Wolanin and Michael Nym Dunn, Tools for Interpreting Intent in the Murals of the Library of Congress (p. 70)