Technical Bulletin 37

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The National Gallery Technical Bulletin is a unique record of research carried out at the National Gallery. Drawing on the expertise of curators, conservators and scientists, it brings together a wealth of information about artists' materials, practices and techniques.

Volume 37 Contents

  • Fra Bartolommeo's Virgin adoring the Child with Saint Joseph: New Evidence on its Creation and Origins
  • Not All Black and White: Drawing in Three Flower Paintings by Paulus Theodorus van Brussel
  • A Critical Reassessment of Six Landscape Paintings by Charles-Franasois Daubigny belonging to the National Gallery
  • Van Gogh's Sunflowers in London and Amsterdam
  • Goya's Portraits in the National Gallery: Their Technique, Materials and Development

Editors & Authors

Ashok Roy is former Director of Collections. Joris Dik is Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Chair, Materials in Art and Archaeology, Department of Materials Science. Dr Annelies van Loon is Paintings Research Scientist at Rijksmuseum Amsterdam/ Postdoctoral Researcher; Both are based at Delft University of Technology. Chris Fischer is Director of the Centre for the Advanced Study of Old Master Drawings at Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. Ella Hendricks is Associate Professor of Conservation and Restoration at University of Amsterdam. Nelly von Aderkas, Rachel Billinge, Sarah Herring, Catherine Higgitt, Gabriella Macaro, David Peggie, Marika Spring, Hayley Tomlinson, Letizia Treves, Betsy Wieseman and Matthias Wivel are all based at the National Gallery, London.

All previous volumes of Technical Bulletins are viewable on the National Gallery website free of charge

Colour illustration123
Dimensions297 x 210 mm
PublishedOct 2016
PublisherNational Gallery Company
Series EditorAshok Roy
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