Technical Bulletin Volume 36

Technical Bulletin Volume 36

These articles were first published in print and have been made available to download from February 2017. This special edition is dedicated to the study of Titian’s technique and style after 1540. The footnotes and bibliography for the entire Bulletin have been placed in a single PDF for download.

Contents

Preface

Nicholas Penny
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Titian after 1540: Technique and Style in his Later Works

Jill Dunkerton and Marika Spring. With contributions from Rachel Billinge, Helen Howard, Gabriella Macaro, Rachel Morrison, David Peggie, Ashok Roy, Lesley Stevenson and Nelly von Aderkas

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Catalogue

All catalogue entries by Jill Dunkerton and Marika Spring. With contributions from Rachel Billinge, Helen Howard, Gabriella Macaro, Rachel Morrison, David Peggie, Ashok Roy, Lesley Stevenson and Nelly von Aderkas

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Cat. 1: The Vendramin Family, venerating a Relic of the True Cross, 1540–5 (NG 4452)
Cat. 2: An Allegory of Prudence, c.1550 (NG 6376)
Cat. 3: Venus and Adonis, 1554–6 (NG 34)
Cat. 4: Diana and Actaeon, 1556–9 (NG 6611; NGS 2839)
Cat. 5: Diana and Callisto, 1556–9 (NG 6616; NGS 2844)
Cat. 6: The Tribute Money, 1567–8 (NG 224)
Cat. 7: The Virgin suckling the Infant Christ, c.1565–75 (NG 3948)
Cat. 8: The Death of Actaeon, c.1559–76 (NG 6420)

The Conservation History of Titian’s 'Diana and Actaeon' and 'Diana and Callisto'

Jacqueline Ridge and Marika Spring

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Notes and Bibliography

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Image Resources and Supplementary Material

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All articles have been peer reviewed by specialists outside the National Gallery.

All contributors are members of the National Gallery’s curatorial, scientific or conservation departments, except for Jacqueline Ridge, Keeper of Conservation, and Lesley Stevenson, Senior Paintings Conservator, both at National Galleries of Scotland.