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Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques in Conservation and Analysis APPENDIX B Program Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques in Conservation and Analysis National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. March 19-21, 2003 Chaired by Torsten Wiesel and Roald Hoffmann Organized by Barbara Berrie, E. René de la Rie, Janis Tomlinson, John Winter THE STATE OF THE FIELD Morning Session Moderator: Timothy P. Whalen, Director, Getty Conservation Institute Overview and Introduction John Winter, Conservation Scientist, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington, D.C. Painting Barbara Berrie, Senior Conservation Scientist, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. The Scientific Examination of Works of Art on Paper Paul Whitmore, Director, Research Center on the Materials of the Artist and Conservation, Carnegie-Mellon University Scientific Examination of Photographic Art: Why and How James Reilly, Director, Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques in Conservation and Analysis Changing Styles in Conservation: Progress to Process Joyce Hill Stoner, Professor and Paintings Conservator Winterthur/University of Delaware Afternoon Session Moderator: René de la Rie, Head of Scientific Research, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Stone Sculpture Richard Newman, Head of Scientific Research, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Biodeterioration Ralph Mitchell, Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Biology, Harvard University Ceramics Pamela Vandiver, Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS Morning Session Moderator: Barbara Berrie, Senior Conservation Scientist, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Imaging Techniques Analytical Capabilities of Infrared Reflectography (IRR) Molly Ann Faries, Professor, Groningen University Imaging Techniques Roy Berns, Richard S. Hunter Professor, Munsell Color Science Laboratory, Rochester Institute of Technology Infrared Multispectral Imagery John Delaney, Consultant to National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Painting Conservation and Conservation Science Modern Paints Tom Learner, Conservation Scientist, Tate Gallery
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Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques in Conservation and Analysis The Impact of Collaborative Investigation on our Understanding of Modern Paintings: A Personal View Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Director for the Technical Study of Modern Art, Harvard University/The Whitney Museum of American Art Afternoon Session Moderator: Maurizio Seracini, Director of Diagnostic Services, Editech, Inc., Milan, Italy Raman Microscopy in the Identification of Pigments on Manuscripts and Other Artwork Robin Clark, Sir William Ramsay Professor of Chemistry, University College, London Dynamic Interactions in Ageing Paintings: Metal Soap Formation, Aggregation and Extrusion Jaap Boon, FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics Paint Media Analysis Michael Schilling, Head, Analytical Department, Getty Conservation Institute 17th Century Dutch Painting Melanie Gifford, Scientific Research Development, The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Recent Research on Early Chinese Jades Janet Douglas, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington, D.C.
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