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Record NG29/6/4

Archive reference number NG29/6/4


Date 1960-1969

(i)(a) N. Stolow, 'On the Moving of Works of Art', Canadian Art, Number 70, September 1960; (b) Press Cutting, Letter from A. Monnickendam regarding Van Meegeren;

(ii) Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique Bulletin III, 1960;

(iii) 'On Cleaning an Old Master, Sir Philip Hendy on Titian's 'Madonna and Child' in the National Gallery', The Listener, 31 August 1961;

(iv) A. Forge, 'Cleaning', New Statesman, Volume LXII, Number 1599, 3 November 1961, including pp.663-4;

(v) 'Restorers in a Rumpus' [with photo of Ruhemann], Topic - The British Newsweekly, November 18, 1961, including p.56;

(vi) H. Ruhemann, 'The Training of Restorers', Recent Advances in Conservation, Contributions to the IIC Rome Conference, 1961;

(vii) E.H. Gombrich, 'Editorial: The National Gallery Cleaning Controversy'; O. Kurz, 'Dark Varnishes: Variations on a theme from Pliny'; S. Rees Jones, 'Varnishes, Tinted Varnishes, and Patina', The Burlington Magazine, February 1962;

(viii-ix) B. Lapping, 'Analysis and Restoration', The Guardian, 15 March 1962, pp.5- [includes photos of Ruhemann and Arthur Lucas] [8 copies of article];

(x) B. Lapping, 'The Cleaning Controversy', The Guardian, March 1962 [6 copies];

(xi) N.S. Brommelle and J.B. Harris, 'Museum Lighting Part 4', Museums Journal Volume 62, Number 3, December 1962;

(xii) B. Kaland and K. Michelson, 'A Medieval Panel Painting at the University of Bergen Preliminary Report', Bulletin de L'Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, 1962;

(xiii) P. Philpott, 'Zur Situation der Gemälde- und Plastikrestauratoren und Zum Problem Ihrer Ausbildung' Museums Kunde, March 1963;

(xiv) E.H. Gombrich, 'Controversial Methods and Methods of Controversy'; O. Kurz, 'Time the Painter'; S. Rees Jones, 'The Cleaning Controversy: Further Comment', The Burlington Magazine, Sixtieth Anniversary Issue, March 1963;

(xv) 'Museums in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics', Museum - a quarterly review published by UNESCO, Volume XVI, Number 1, 1963;

(xvi) N. Stolow, 'From the Laboratory of the National Gallery of Canada', The National Gallery Bulletin, Number 2, 1964;

(xvii) H. Kühn, 'Grünspan und seine Verwendung in der Malerei', Farbe und Lack, Bd.70, Seiten 703-711, September 1964;

(xviii-xix) H. Ruhemann and J. Plesters, 'The Technique of Painting in a "Madonna" attributed to Michelangelo', Burlington Magazine, December 1964 pp.545-554;

(xx) B. Marconi, 'The Transfer of Panel Paintings on Linen by Sidorov (Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg) in the 19th Century. The Portrait of Francis I by Joos van Cleve', Application of Science in Examination of Works of Art Seminar conducted by the Research Laboratory, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Mass, 7-16 September 1965;

(xxi) N. Stolow, 'Fundamental Case Design For Humidity Sensitive Museum Collections', Museum News Technical Supplement, No 11, February 1966;

(xxii) M. Meier-Seim, 'Aus den Ergebnissen der ersten vollstandigen Rontgendokumentation einer Gemäldegalerie alter Meister', Deutscher RontgenKongress 1966;

(xxiii) Nachrichtenblatt der Denkmalpflege in Baden-Wurtemberg, Volume 10, Number 3, July - September 1967;

(xxiv) M. Levey, 'Sacred and Profane Significance in Two Paintings by Bronzino', Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art presented to Anthony Blunt, Phaidon 1967;

(xxv) M Jaffe, 'The Death of Adonis by Rubens', Duits Quarterly II, Number II, 1967;

(xxvi) Notes for Authors: Your MS and Your Proofs, 1967;

(xxvii) A.A.M. Schmidt Ernsthausen and J.A. Vermolen, 'Rapport Over Een Opleiding Voor Restaurateurs Van Kunstvoorwerpen in Nederland', Vereniging Musea-Restaurateurs en Technici, Koninklijk Goedgekeurd 19 Oktober 1968 [With summary in English];

(xxviii) 'Museums and Education', Museum - A quarterly review published by UNESCO, Volume XXI, Number 1, 1968;

(xxix) H. Kuhn, 'A Study of the Pigments and the Grounds Used by Jan Vermeer', National Gallery of Art, Report and Studies in the History of Art, 1968, Washington, D.C.;

(xxix) B.H. Crawford, 'Just Perceptible Chromaticity Shifts', Tagungsbericht Internationale Farbtagung COLOR 69, Stockholm, 1969;

(xxxi) T. Brachert, 'A Distinctive Aspect in the Painting Technique of the "Ginervra de'Benci" and Leonardo's Early Works' , Report and Studies 1969.

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Alternative reference numbers NG29/51

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