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Author: Stefanos Kroustallis; Agnès Ballestrem; Art Technological Source Research (Study group). Symposium; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
Publisher: London : Archetype Publications, 2008.
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"The study of art technology has gained importance in recent decades as a relevant source of information, not only for determining the material history of an art object, but also for contributing to cultural aspects concerning its creation and use: aesthetic, economic, social, religious, etc. Often the results of such investigations are carried out within a narrow discipline and are only made available within it.  Read more...
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Art Technological Source Research (Study group). Symposium (2nd : 2006 : Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía).
Art technology.
London : Archetype Publications, 2008
(OCoLC)664772974
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stefanos Kroustallis; Agnès Ballestrem; Art Technological Source Research (Study group). Symposium; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
ISBN: 9781904982296 1904982298
OCLC Number: 190777754
Language Note: 21 papers in English with abstracts also in Spanish and 8 in Spanish with abstracts also in English.
Notes: Symposium held at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, Spain, 5-6 October 2006.
Proceedings dedicated to Agnès Gräfen Ballestrem (1935-2007).
Description: xiv, 183 pages : illustrations (some color), portrait ; 30 cm
Contents: Materials for art technological source research: theoretical issues --
Towards a new discipline? --
Asymptotically approaching the past: historiography and critical use of sources in art technological source research --
Reading the past: methodological considerations for future research in art technology --
Las dificultades especificas de la terminologia: a propósito de la traduccion comentada al alemán de lost capítulos sobre las técnicas pictóricas de tres tratados barrocos españoles --
Los recetarios medievales de tecnología artistíca --
Llaves y secretos para el estudio de los materiales del color --
La revista como fuente de información para la tecnología artística: Carlos de Haes y su artículo 'Dibujo al carbón (aplicado al paisaje)' --
La obtención de pigmentos azules para las obras de Felipe II: comercio europeo y americano --
Patents as a source of documentation for studying art technology --
Nineteenth-century English artists' colourmen's archives as a source of technical information --
Las técnicas de policromía barroca del noroeste de Portugal en los contratos y los tratados pictóricos --
El retoque a seco: evolución a traves de la historia de la pintura mural al fesco --
Seventeenth-century machines for drawing celestial spheres --
La mesa de trabajo de Fortuny --
The painter's studio as a documentary source: a study of the final decades of Joan Miró --
Marks engraved on gilded surfaces of paintings on wood: types and methodology --
New technologies: new protocols --
Islamic gilding technology: written sources and scientific analyses --
Analyses of dyes on the map collection of the Real Chancillería of Granda --
Analysis of pigments for miniatures --
A micro-Raman spectroscopy study of the formation of lead dioxide from lead white --
Cinnabar or vermilion? --
Identification of pigments in a 17th-century coloured map using mico-Raman spectroscopy and PIXE --
Sizing layers for oil painting in western European sources (1500-1900): historical recipes and reconstructions --
Reconstruction of tempera painting techniques: some examples, including gesso sottile --
Chararacterisation of purified verdigris obtained according to Recipe 101 of the Manoscritto Bolognese --
Reconstruction of documented preparation methods of gesso grosso and gesso sottile in Spanish School panel paintings --
Cochineal use in pre-Columbian paintings.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the Second Symposium of the Art Technological Source Research working group
Proceedings of the Second Symposium of the Art Technological Source Research study group
Responsibility: edited by Stefanos Kroustallis [and others].

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"The study of art technology has gained importance in recent decades as a relevant source of information, not only for determining the material history of an art object, but also for contributing to cultural aspects concerning its creation and use: aesthetic, economic, social, religious, etc. Often the results of such investigations are carried out within a narrow discipline and are only made available within it. The success or failure of multidisciplinary approaches depends on the capacity to share information. Specialised researchers on sources relevant to the history, technology and production of art object as a whole can overcome this obstacle. But under what disciplinary aegis?" "This volume contains papers in either English or Spanish, with abstracts in both languages, which address these issues through case studies, paying special attention to methodology. Different types of art technological sources and the theory of source research are examined. While there is an emphasis on textual sources, which are the most widely available and relatively easy to understand, an extensive range of subjects is covered: Hispano-Islamic gilding techniques; mediaeval recipe books and Baroque painting treatises; precolonial and colonial Latin American pigments; industrial archives and patents; realia from the 18th and 19th centuries; audiovisual sources for contemporary art; and the importance as a source of laboratory analysis and reconstructions of historic recipes. All the studies are based on an unambiguous working method and accurate interpretation of results."--BOOK JACKET.

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