Research Note – George Stubbs's 'Lady and Gentleman in a Carriage': A Preliminary Note on the Technique

Raymond White, Ashok Roy, John Mills and Joyce Plesters
Technical Bulletin Volume 4, 1980

Abstract

A preliminary note on the technique of George Stubbs's Lady and Gentleman in a Carriage. Gas chromatography suggests the presence of linseed oil and stearine wax.

Keywords 

gas chromatography, George Stubbs, paintings, wax

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White, R., Roy, A., Mills, J., Plesters, J. 'Research Note – George Stubbs's "Lady and Gentleman in a Carriage": A Preliminary Note on the Technique'. National Gallery Technical Bulletin Vol 4, p 64.
http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/technical-bulletin/white_roy_mills_plesters1980


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