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Edited by Bomford, David; Contributions by Bakker, Nienke; Suijver, Renske; Cohen Tervaert, Renske; Aurisch, Helga K.
A magnificently illustrated overview of Van Gogh's life, legacy, and art, from early drawings through later, iconic paintings
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By Bomford, David; Contributions by Dunkerton, Jill; Wyld, Martin
Discusses and describes the material nature of paintings, how they age and the main types of conservation treatment carried out on panel and canvas paintings, along with some of the problems involved in cleaning and restoration.
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By Bomford, David; Roy, Ashok
Explores the ways in which artists have used color, and describes the pigments that are characteristic of a particular period, the effect of the chosen medium on color, and how the development of fresh pigments extended the palette.
By Bomford; Bomford, David
This volume on paintings conservation includes more than seventy texts ranging from the fifteenth century to the present day. Some are classic and highly influential writings; others, although little known when first published, in retrospect reflect important themes and issues in... the history of the field. Many appear here in English for the first time. Divided into six sections: An Historical Miscellany, History of the Profession, Study of Artists' Materials and Techniques, Structural Interventions, Philosophical and Practical Approaches to Cleaning and Restoration, and Cleaning Controversies.Read more
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