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Application of science in examination of works of art; Proceedings of the Seminar: September 7-16, 1965.

Author: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Research Laboratory.
Publisher: [Boston], [date of publication not identified]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Research Laboratory.
OCLC Number: 552147
Description: 254 pages illustrations 29 cm
Contents: Metallurgical teaching section --
The interpretation of microstructures of metallic artifacts --
Principles of corrosion applicable to ancient metals and methods of identifying corrosion products --
General seminar --
Analysis of the material and technique of ancient mural paintings --
The history of the artist's palette in terms of chromaticity --
Topics in the conservation chemistry of surfaces --
Optics of paint films: glazes and chalking --
Two problems in the conservation of antiquities: corroded lead and brittle silver --
Recent research at the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, Oxford --
Technical studies on the ancient art objects in Japan, with special reference to the treasures preserved in the Shōsōin --
The reclamation of the wholly-mineralized silver in the Ur Lyre --
Summary of the Brookhaven program of analysis of ancient glass --
Isotope ratios in archaeological objects of lead --
Critical evaluation of published analytical data on the composition of ancient materials --
The application of gas chromatography in the investigation of works of art --
The special character of metallurgy in ancient China --
Joining methods in the fabrication of ancient Chinese bronze ceremonial vessels --
Spectrographic and x-ray diffraction methods in the museum laboratory --
Application of infrared spectroscopy to art problems (abstract) --
Electron microanalysis of paint samples from the Bersheh Sarcophagus --
The laser microprobe and its application to the analysis of works of art --
Some remarks on chemical analysis of ancient textiles --
The transfer of panel paintings on linen by Sidorov.

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