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På KViC abonnerer vi på en række konserveringsfaglige tidsskrifter. Her på siden vil vi præsentere de nyeste udgaver. 

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Er du studerende eller underviser på KADK kan du på flere at tidsskrifterne få direkte adgang til artiklerne, hvis du er på skolens netværk - du kan også komme forbi biblioteket og få en kopi.

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STUDIES IN CONSERVATION

RUNDBRIEF FOTOGRAFIE

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR CONSERVATION

RESTAURO

   
   Restauro 2016 nr 5

JOURNAL OF CULTURAL HERITAGE

BEITRÄGE ZUR ERHALTUNG VON KUNST- UND KULTURGUT

HAND PAPERMAKING

ARCHAEOMETRY

DER PRÄPARATOR

ÖZKD ÖSTERREICHISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR KUNST UND DENKMALPFLEGE

CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES

kM

                  

                     2016 Vinter

JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF CONSERVATION - ICON

SKALK

     

        Skalk, 2016, nr. 4

BRITISH MUSEUM TECHNICAL RESEARCH BULLETIN

               Se et lille uddrag her

    

British Museum Tecnical Research Bulletin
2015, vol 9

Se de tidligere udgaver under fanen Nyheder og Open Access

JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION

NATIONAL GALLERY TECHNICAL BULLETIN N0. 35

   

2015 vol 35

The painting techniques of the great society painter Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792), first president of the Royal Academy, are notorious for their unstable mixtures of materials, particularly in his paint media. Reynolds’s spirited response to his critics – and some disappointed clients – that ‘all good pictures crack’ reveals a problematic technique that manifested itself during his lifetime.

The legacy of Reynolds’s unsound painting practice is a challenge to conservators who use great caution in treating these vulnerable paintings. This special issue of the National Gallery Technical Bulletin is the first thorough account of Reynolds’s painting materials and techniques, resulting from a multidisciplinary research collaboration between the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection. The publication of this Technical Bulletinanticipates the exhibition Joshua Reynolds: Experiments in Paint to be held at the Wallace Collection, London (12 March–7 June 2015).

Volume 35 Contents

  • Introduction and Acknowledgements, Ashok Roy
  • Joshua Reynolds at the National Gallery, Susan Foister
  • Joshua Reynolds at the Wallace Collection, Lucy Davis
  • Practice Makes Imperfect: Joshua Reynolds’s Painting Technique, Alexandra Gent and Ashok Roy
  • Catalogue, Alexandra Gent, Rachel Morrison and Ashok Roy
  • Timeline
  • Notes and Bibliography