Christopher Brown, Anthony Reeve and Martin Wyld
Technical Bulletin Volume 6, 1982
A detailed examination of The Watering Place during treatment revealed that the support consists of 11 separate pieces of wood. The successive stages in its physical construction were established and as a result, some identification of the stages of Rubens' creation of his landscape emerge.
painting, panel paintings, repairing, Peter Paul Rubens, wood
Rubens' 'The Watering Place', Christopher Brown, Anthony Reeve and Martin Wyld (text-only RTF 0.12MB)
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Brown, C., Reeve, A., Wyld, M. 'Rubens' "The Watering Place"'. National Gallery Technical Bulletin Vol 6, pp 26–39.
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