9781909492233

Studying 18th-Century Paintings & Works of Art on Paper

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    9781909492233

  • ISBN10:

    190949223X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-11-30
  • Publisher: Archetype Books
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Summary

This is the second CATS Conference Proceedings with papers from the international conference: Technology & Practice: Studying 18th Century Paintings & Art on Paper.

The conference was organised by CATS in collaboration with Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Science in Helsinki, Finland; National museum in Stockholm, Sweden, and University of Oslo, Norway.

The conference focused on artists' techniques and materials, source research, conservation science, the history of science and technology, trade and pharmacy during the 18th century. Speakers explored tradition and changes in artistic practices in the light of the establishment of a series of national Art Academies in Europe throughout the century. Papers include topics such as workshop practice and materials, art historical and technical approaches to documentary evidence and technical examination and the analysis of paintings and drawings.

Also issues of trade, supply and questions concerning the demand for materials for diverse artistic expressions are analysed and discussed.

Contents:
Foreword
Discipline and wonder: the 18th-century art academy and theinvention of the artist as a free practitioner
Mikkel Bogh
The effect of Prussian blue on the technique of the Danishcourt painters Hendrik Krock and Benoît le Coffre
Loa Ludvigsen, Mikala Bagge and Vibeke Rask
Breaking new ground: investigating Pellegrini's use ofground in the Golden Room of the Mauritshuis
Carol Pottasch, Susan Smelt and Ralph Haswell
Liotard's pastels: techniques of an 18th-century pastellist
Leila Sauvage and Cécile Gombaud
An investigation of the painting technique in portraits byJens Juel
Tine Louise Slotsgaard
72 florin for colours, white and glue: the Tiepolos, theVeninos and Würzburg
Andreas Burmester and Stefanie Correll
The coarse painter and his position in 17th- and18th-century Dutch decorative painting
Piet Bakker, Margriet van Eikema Hommes and Katrien Keune
A ‘painted chamber' in Beverwijk by Johannes LubertiAugustini: novel insights into the working methods and painting practices in apainted wall-hanging factory
Ige Verslype, Johanneke Verhave, Susan Smelt, Katrien Keune,Hinke Sigmond and Margriet van Eikema Hommes
Eighteenth-century practices in the art academies in Spain:the use of paper in prints and drawings
Clara de la Peña McTigue
Nicolai Abildgaard: an 18th-century Danish artist and hispaper
Ingelise Nielsen and Niels Borring
Semi-mechanical transfer methods in Nicolai Abildgaard'sdrawings
Niels Borring
Canvas supports in paintings by Nicolai Abildgaard: fabricsand formats
Troels Filtenborg
‘1st olio after Capivi': copaiba balsam in the paintings ofSir Joshua Reynolds
Alexandra Gent, Rachel Morrison and Nelly von Aderkas
Ferdinand Bauer's Flora Graeca colour code

Richard Mulholland

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