Conservation Alumni Publications
2015 - Current
Abbe, Mark B. “New Evidence for Ancient Gilding and Historic Restorations on a Por- trait of Antinous in the San Antonio Museum of Art.” In ASMOSIA XI: Ab- stracts. Split: University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, 2015.
———. “The Polychromy of Roman Sculpture.” In The Oxford Handbook of Ro- man Sculpture. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
Abbe, Mark, and Giovanni Verri. “The ‘Bursa Relief’: A Noninvasive Analytical In- vestigation of an Exceptionally Painted Roman Marble Portrait.” In Poly- chromy in Ancient Sculpture and Architecture, 166–82. Livorno: Sillabe, 2018.
Adams, Morgan. “Educating Library and Archives Conservators in Art Conserva- tion Graduate Programs.” In Flood in Florence, 1966: A Fifty-Year Retro- spective: Proceedings of Symposium, November 3 and 4, 2016, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 183–89. Ann Arbor: University of Mi- chigan Press, 2018.
Adams, Morgan Simms. “Extraordinary Ordinary: Physical Evidence and Treat- ment of a Seventeenth-Century Heraldic Manuscript.” Care and Conserva- tion of Manuscripts 15 (2016): 347–64.
Alderson, Samantha, Jane L. Down, Christopher A. Maines, R. Scott Williams, and Gregory S. Young. “Potential Substitutes for Discontinued Poly(Vinyl Ac- etate) Resins Used in Conservation.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58, no. 3 (2019): 158–79.
Alderson, Samantha, and Lisa Kronthal Elkin. “Fossil Vertebrate Specimens.” In Adhesive Compendium for Conservation, edited by Jane L. Down. On- tario: Canadian Conservation Institute, 2015.
Appelbaum, Barbara. Preserve, Protect, and Defend a Practical Guide to the Care of Collections. New York, N.Y: Barbara Appelbaum Books, 2018.
Balachandran, Sanchita. “Bringing Back the (Ancient) Bodies: The Potters’ Sensory Experiences and the Firing of Red, Black and Purple Greek Vases.” Arts 8, no. 2 (June 2019): 70.
———. ‘“New Light on Ancient Faces. Undergraduate Students at Johns Hopkins Uni- versity Study Roman Egyptian Mummy Portraits.’” E-News, International Committee for Egyptology in the International Council of Museums (2016).
———. “Pedagogy and the ‘Working Collection’: Teaching Technical Research and Experimental Archaeology at the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Mu- seum.” In Engaging Conservation: Collaboration Across Disciplines, 19–28. London: Archetype Publications Ltd, 2017.
———. “Race, Diversity and Politics in Conservation: Our 21st Century Crisis.” Con- servators Converse: The Blog of the American Institute for Conservation (blog), May 2016.
———. “Reverse Engineering Ancient Greek Ceramics: An Interdisciplinary Col- laboration.” National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Journal 37 (2016): 92.
———. “Technical Studies.” In Selections from the Eton College Myers Collec- tion. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, 2016.
———. “Transformative Spaces: Dr. S. Paramasivan and Conservation Science in India in the Early Twentieth Century.” Studies in Conservation 64, no. 1 (January 2, 2019): 24–41.
———. “Uncovering Ancient Preparatory Drawings on Greek Ceramics.” The Getty Iris (blog), September 24, 2018.
Balachandran, Sanchita, and Kelly McHugh. “Respectful and Responsible Steward- ship: Maintaining and Renewing the Cultural Relevance of Museum Collections.” In Preventive Conservation: Collection Storage, 100–120. New York: So- ciety for the Preservation of Natural History, 2019.
Ballard, Mary W. “The Stability and Durability of Pigment/Resin Aqueous Printing Systems on Fabrics.” New York: Textile Conservation Group, 1994.
Barack, Sarah, Beth Edelstein, Colleen Snyder, and Ellen Chase. “Creating a Na- tional Outreach through Local Connections: The American Institute for Conservation’s K-12 Education Outreach Working Group.” In ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4–8 September 2017. Paris: ICOM Committee for Conservation, 2017.
Barro, Lisa, Katherine Sanderson, Silvia A. Centeno, and Beth Saunders. “The Exhibition and Characterization of Seven Salted Paper Prints.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, February 25, 2020, 1–15.
Barten, Julie. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman Ironing and the Portrait Hidden Beneath.” In Thannhauser Collection: French Modernism at the Guggenheim. New York, New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications; New York, New York, 2018.
Barten, Julie, Francesca Casadio, Johanna Salvant, Carol Stringari, Ken Suther- land, and Marc Walton. “A Wealth of Optical Expression: László Moholy- Nagy’s Works in the Collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.” Postprints (American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Paintings Specialty Group) 28 (2015): 41–53.
Barten, Julie, Anna Laganà, and Thea van Oosten. “Seen from behind: Consoli- dation of Painted Works on Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) by László Moholy- Nagy.” In ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4– 8 September 2017. Paris: ICOM Committee for Conservation, 2017.
Barten, Julie, Sylvie Penichon, and Carol Stringari. “The Materialization of Light.” In Moholy-Nagy: Future Present. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2016.
Bartolozzi, Giovanni, Marcelo Picollo, Veronica Marchiafava, Silvia A. Centeno, Isabelle Duvernois, Francesca Di Girolamo, Francesca Modugno, Jacopo La Nasa, Maria Perla Colombini, and Antonio Rava. “Anselm Kiefer: A Study of His Artistic Materials.” Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, no. 3 (September 1, 2016): 563–74.
Baumeister, Mechthild, Beth Edelstein, Adriana Rizzo, Arianna Gambirasi, Timo- thy Hayes, Roos Keppler, and Julia Schultz. “A Splendid Welcome to the ‘House of Praises, Glorious Deeds and Magnanimity.’” In Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean: Contributions to the Istanbul Congress, 20-24 September 2010, 126–33. London: International Institute for Con- servation of Historic and Artistic Works, 2010.
Beaubien, Harriet F., Ainslie C. Harrison, and Kim Cullen Cobb. “Crossing the ‘River of Gold’ from Sitio Conte to El Caño, Panama: An Historical Per- spective on Archaeology/Conservation Collaboration.” In Engaging Con- servation: Collaboration across Disciplines, 171–80. London: Archetype Publications Ltd, 2017.
Beckett, Fiona, Amanda Holden, and Gregory Dale Smith. “Seeing the Light: Re- search, Conservation and Exhibition of a 1980s Daylight Fluorescent Painted Leather Jacket Designed by Sprouse and Painted by Castronovo.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58, no. 4 (October 2, 2019): 233–47.
Beltinger, Caroline, and Jilleen Nadolny, eds. Painting in Tempera, c. 1900. Kun- stmaterial 4. Zürich: Swiss Institute for Art Research ; London, 2016.
Berg, Sara, and Sanchita Balachandran. “Housing Archaeological Collections.” Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, 2019, 73.
Bertalan, Sarah. “Foxing and Reverse Foxing: Condition Problems in Modern Papers and the Role of Inorganic Additives.” The Book & Paper Group Annual 34 (2015): 13–22.
Bezur, Anikó, Pedro H. O. V. Campos, Silvia A. Centeno, Isabelle Duvernois, Frauke V. Josenhans, Pablo Londero, Ana Gonçalves Magalhães, Márcia Rizzutto, and Cynthia Schwarz. “Modigliani’s Late Portraits.” The Burling- ton Magazine 160, no. 1382 (2018): 400–407.
Bloser, Joy, Lynda Zycherman, and et al. “Dark Discoloration on Aristide Maillol’s Outdoor Lead Sculpture: Identification, Formation, and Further Research.” In Metal 2019: Proceedings of the Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Metals Working Group. Neuchâtel, 2019.
Bloser, Joy, Lynda Zycherman, Abed Haddad, Ana Martins, and Chris Mcglinchey. “El Anatsui: Conservation Concerns Beyond Installation.” In Metal 2019: Proceedings of the Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Metals Working Group. Neuchâtel, 2019.
Bolin, Courtney Anne, and Mary Ballard. “Assessing LED Lights for Textile Col- orants.” The Textile Specialty Group Postprints of Papers Delivered at the Textile Subgroup Session: American Institute for Conservation...Annual Meeting 24 (2016): 85–95.
Bordonaro, M., and Desirae Peters. “An Attribution: Madonna Della Misericordia by Pietro Da Vicenza.” Arte Veneta 73 (2016).
Bottkol, Joannie, and Angela Campbell. “Collecting Collections: Negotiating Material Value at the National Park Service.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58, no. 4 (2019): 260–73.
Breare, Caitlin. “The Other Woman: The Nature of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s Breton Girl.” Postprints (American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Paintings Specialty Group) 28 (2015): 25–34.
Broadway, Mary, and Harriet K. Stratis. “Challenging the Myths Surrounding Paul Gauguin’s ‘Little Marvels.’” The Book & Paper Group Annual 36 (2017): 7– 11.
Brostoff, Lynn. “RATS in Context.” AIC News 41, no. 1 (2016): 1, 3–4.
Brugioni, Kathryn. “Eraser Cleaning of Gypsum Plaster: Evaluating Damage Po- tential Using Reflectance Transformation Imaging.” Objects Specialty Group Postprints (American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artis- tic Works. Objects Specialty Group) 22 (2015): 205–24.
Buchberg, Karl. “Henri Matisse’s The Swimming Pool: Conservation and Exhibi- tion.” The Book & Paper Group Annual 36 (2017): 103–7.
Buchberg, Karl D, and Lee Ann Daffner. “Technical Note: Photomechanical Re- production and Dadaglobe.” In Dadaglobe Reconstructed. Zürich: Schei- degger & Spiess, 2016.
Burnstock, A., Isabelle Duvernois, and Lena Stringari. “The Modigliani Technical Research Study: Modigliani’s Painted Nudes, 1916-17.” Burlington Maga- zine 160 (April 1, 2018): 319–24.
Capua, Rebecca. “Japonisme and Japanese Works on Paper: Cross-Cultural In- fluences and Hybrid Materials.” In Adapt & Evolve 2015: East Asian Mate- rials and Techniques in Western Conservation: Proceedings from the In- ternational Conference of the Icon Book & Paper Group, London 8–10 April 2015, 28–42. London: Institute of Conservation, 2017.
Carò, Federico, Silvia A. Centeno, and Dorothy Mahon. “Painting with Recycled Materials: On the Morphology of Calcite Pseudomorphs as Evidence of the Use of Wood Ash Residues in Baroque Paintings.” Heritage Science 6 (2018).
Chao, Raina. “Compensation for Small Losses to Lacquer and Inlaid Decoration Using Paper Fills Painted and Glazed in Situ.” Studies in Conservation 61, no. 3- Supp (2016): 149–54.
Chao, Raina, and Hugh Shockey. “One Device to Document Them All: Exploring an All-in-One Solution for Digital Condition Reporting and Beyond.” Newsletter (Western Association for Art Conservation) 40, no. 2 (2018): 21–25.
Chui, Sue Ann, and Yvonne Szafran. “A Perfectionist Revealed: The Resourceful Methods of Andrea Del Sarto.” In Andrea Del Sarto: The Renaissance Workshop in Action, 13–19. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2015.
Cianchetta, Ilaria, Jeff Maish, David Saunders, Marc Walton, Apurva Mehta, Brendan Foran, and Karen Trentelman. “Investigating the Firing Protocol of Athenian Pottery Production: A Raman Study of Replicate and Ancient Sherds.” Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 46, no. 10 (2015): 996–1002.
Cianchetta, Ilaria, Karen Trentelman, Marc Sebastian Walton, Jeffrey Maish, Apurva Mehta, and Brendan Foran. “Reverse Engineering Ancient Greek Ce- ramics: Morphological and Spectral Characterization of Replicates.” Journal of the American Ceramic Society 99, no. 5 (2016): 1792–1801.
Clarke, Matthew L., Constance McCabe, Christopher A. Maines, Silvia A. Cen- teno, Lisa Barro, and Anna Vila. “An Investigation into Japine Platinum Pho- tographs: William Willis’s Proprietary Paper.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 54, no. 4 (2015): 213–23.
Cossairt, Oliver, Xiang Huang, Nathan Matsuda, Harriet Stratis, Mary Broadway, Jack Tumblin, Greg Bearman, Eric Doehne, Aggelos Katsaggelos, and Marc Walton. “Surface Shape Studies of the Art of Paul Gauguin.” In 2015 Digital Heritage, 2:13–20, 2015.
Cybele, Tom, and Ken Sutherland. “Overpaint Removal from a Quattrocento Polychrome Bas-Relief: Challenges in Interpreting Painted Sculpture.” In ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4–8 Sep- tember 2017. Paris: ICOM Committee for Conservation, 2017.
Daher, Céline, Ken Sutherland, Harriet Stratis, and Francesca Casadio. “Paul Gauguin’s Noa Noa Prints: Multi-Analytical Characterization of the Printmaking Techniques and Materials.” Microchemical Journal 138 (May 1, 2018): 348–59.
Danzing, Rachel, and Ann Baldwin. “Pilot Project for the Treatment of Pho- togravures on Gampi Paper by Edward Curtis (1868-1952).” Topics in Photographic Preservation 17 (2017).
Davis, Suzanne, and Geoff Emberling. “Graffiti at El-Kurru: The Funerary Temple.” In Graffiti as Devotion along the Nile and Beyond, 25–38. Kelsey Museum Publications 16. Ann Arbor, MI: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeol- ogy, 2019.
Davis, Suzanne, Richard L. Kerschner, Susanne Gänsicke, Ellen Pearlstein, Catharine Hawks, Rebecca Kaczkowski, and Dennis Piechota. “Objects of Potential: Commentary on ‘Objects’ Conservation.” AIC News 40, no. 2 (2015): 6–9.
Davis, Suzanne L. “Understanding and Improving Gender Equity in Conservation.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58, no. 4 (2019): 202–16.
Davis, Suzanne L., Caroline Roberts, and Janelle Batkin-Hall. “A Comprehensive Approach to Conservation of Ancient Graﬃti at El Kurru, Sudan.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 57, no. 1–2 (April 3, 2018): 1–18.
DeGhetaldi, Kristin, Samantha Alderson, and Joyce Hill Stoner. “PVA Retouching Colors: A Brief History and Introduction to Golden’s Newly Formulated PVA Conservation Colors.” In 4th Annual International Meeting on Retouching in Cultural Heritage Postprints. Split, 2017.
Delidow, Margo, Jessica Pace, and Eric Meier. “Conservation of Christo/Paik Wrapped TV (1967): Documentation and Treatment of a Collaborative Artwork.”Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 55, no. 4 (2016): 228–37.
Dervaux, Isabelle, ed. Dreams in Dust: The Pastels of Lucas Samaras. New York: The Morgan Library & Museum, 2016.
———, ed. Dubuffet Drawings, 1935-1962. New York, New York: Thames & Hudson, in association with the Morgan Library & Museum, 2016.
Dijkema, Desirae, and B. Epley. “Wax Extraction Traction on a Still Life by Georges Braque.” In Postprints. New Haven, Forthcoming.
Drayman‐Weisser, Terry, and Stephanie E. Hornbeck. “An Art Conservation Per- spective: Saving the African Elephant and Ivory Cultural Heritage.” Curator: The Museum Journal 61, no. 1 (2018): 161–85.
Duvernois, Isabelle, Julie Arslanoglu, and Silvia A. Centeno. “Cut from the Same Cloth: A Technical Comparison of Jackson Pollock’s Pasiphaë and Mural.” Getty Research Journal 9, no. S1 (January 2, 2017): 61–78.
Effmann Clifford, Elise. “John Roddam Spencer Stanhope: Lessons Learned from the Masters.” In Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters, 251–59. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2018.
———. “Love and the Maiden by John Roddam Spencer Stanhope: Assumptions and the Importance of Analysis.” In Tempera Painting 1800-1950: Experiment and Innovation from the Nazarene Movement to Abstract Art. Munich: Ar- chetype, 2019.
Effmann Clifford, Elise, and Claire Barry. “The Conservator’s Eye: The Materials and Painting Methods of the Brothers Le Nain.” In The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-Century France, 364–89. Kimbell Art Museum, 2016.
Ellis, Margaret Holben. “Environment and the Care of Prints and Drawings.” AASLH Technical Leaflet, no. 280 (2017).
———. “Going Beyond the Bench - The Paper Conservator Today.” Restaurator. In- ternational Journal for the Preservation of Library and Archival Material 40, no. 3–4 (2019): 311–321.
———. The Care of Prints and Drawings. Second edition. American Association for State and Local History Book Series. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017.
———. “Unexpected FAME & UnFORTUNE.” In Postprints Institute of Conserva- tion, Book and Paper Group, 2nd Triennial Conference, 2020.
Ellis, Margaret Holben, and Marjorie B. Cohn. “Drawing for Printing: An Expand- ed Fabrication Narrative for Dürer’s Adam and Eve of 1504.” Master Drawings 55, no. 4 (2017): 435–52.
Ellis, Margaret Holben, Rosaleen Hill, Narayan Khandekar, Frank Matero, Debra Hess Norris, and Jennifer Haln Teper. “Diversity Efforts: The Association of North American Graduate Programs in Conservation (ANAGPIC).” AIC News 44, no. 5 (2019): 1, 6–11.
Ellis, Margaret Holben, C.R. Johnson Jr., William A. Sethares, Saira Haqqi, Reba Fishman Snyder, et al., and I. Leeuwen. “The Application of Automated Chain Line Pattern (CLiP) Matching to Identify Paper Mouldmate Candi- dates in Rembrandt’s Prints.” In New Directions in the Study of Rembrandt and His Circle, 319–34. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press, 2017.
Ellis, Margaret Holben, and C. Richard Johnson Jr. “Computational Connoisseur- ship: Enhanced Examination Using Automated Image Analysis.” Visual Re- sources 35, no. 1–2 (April 3, 2019): 125–40.
Ellis, Margaret Holben, and Lindsey Tyne. “Myth and Manipulation: Deconstruct- ing and Reconstructing: Dubuffet’s Imprints and Their Assemblages.” In Dubuffet Drawings, 1935-1962, 71–83. New York: The Morgan Library & Museum, 2016.
———. “Perilous Message, Precarious Medium.” In Dreams in Dust: The Pastels of Lucas Samaras, 25–31. New York: Morgan Library & Museum, 2016.
Engel, Nina L., and Suzanne Siano. “Airbrushing in the Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Painted Artworks.” Postprints (American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Paintings Specialty Group) 28 (2015): 79–87.
Ferris, Quinn Morgan. “Medium-Rare: An Innovative Treatment Approach to the Space between General and Special Collections.” The Book & Paper Group Annual 36 (2017): 41–51.
Ferris, Quinn Morgan, Jennifer Hain Teper, and Eric Benson. “A Case for a New Case Paper: From Farm to Table to Desk to Bench.” Book and Paper Group Annual, 2019.
Frank, Emily B. “Lights, Camera, Archaeology: Documenting Archaeological Tex- tile Impressions with Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI).” The Tex- tile Specialty Group Postprints of Papers Delivered at the Textile Subgroup Session: American Institute for Conservation...Annual Meeting 25 (2017): 11–42.
Frank, Emily B., and Brian Castriota. “Fifty-Plus Years of On-Site Metals Conser- vation at Sardis: Correlating Treatment Efficacy and Implementing New Approaches.” In Preprints of the 19th ICOM-CC Triennial Conference in Beijing. Archaeological Materials and Sites Working Group, Forthcoming.
Frank, Emily B., Margaret Holben Ellis, Lydia Aikenhead, and Paul Messier. “The Computational Analysis of Watermarks: Setting the Stage for the Development of a Watermark Imaging Box (WImBo).” In 52nd Annual Conference on Infor- mation Sciences and Systems (CISS), 1–4, 2018.
Frank, Emily B., M. Paulson, C. Snow, and P. Londero. “A Preliminary Investigation into the Use of Laser Cleaning to Stabilize Bronze Disease.” Objects Specialty Group Postprints 26 (2019), Forthcoming.
Ganio, Monica, Johanna Salvant, Jane Williams, Lynn Lee, Oliver Cossairt, and Marc Walton. “Investigating the Use of Egyptian Blue in Roman Egyptian Por- traits and Panels from Tebtunis, Egypt.” Applied Physics. A, Materials Sci- ence & Processing 121, no. 3 (2015): 813–21.
Gleeson, Molly, Evelyn Mayberger, Hiroko Kariya, Lucy-Anne Skinner, Josef Wegner, Matthew Adams, and Eman H. Zidan. “Conservation at Abydos: Past Practices and Future Possibilities.” In Engaging Conservation: Col- laboration across Disciplines, 57–64. London: Archetype Publications Ltd, 2017.
Gridley, Rebecca, and Karen Stamm. “Seeing Clearly: Casting Epoxy Fills for Glass Objects Using Transparent Molds.” Objects Specialty Group Postprints 26 (2019), Forthcoming.
———. “Using Double-Walled PVC Foil Molds to Separately Cast Large Epoxy Resin Fills for Glass Objects.” In Recent Advances in Glass and Ceramics Conservation, 101–10. London: The British Museum, 2019.
Hamilton, Vivien. Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell Collection. London: National Gallery Company; New Haven, 2017.
Haqqi, Saira. “The Rationale for Rebinding at the Pierpont Morgan Library in the Early 20th-Century: A Study of Bindings by Marguerite Duprez Lahey.” The Book & Paper Group Annual 35 (2016): 17–29.
Hatchfield, Pamela. “Evaluating Materials Used for Collection Storage.” In Pre- ventive Conservation: Collection Storage. SPNHC, 2019.
———. “The Bersha Procession in Context.” In The Art and Culture of Ancient Egypt: Studies in Honor of Dorothea Arnold, 311–30. Bulletin of the Egyp- tological Seminar 19. New York, 2015.
———. “Wood and Related Products.” In Preventive Conservation: Collection Storage. SPNHC, 2019.
Hatchfield, Pamela, Briana Feston, Diana Johnson Galante, Erin Kitagawa, Jes- sica Pace, Amy Tjiong, Kristen Watson Adsit, et al. “Reduced, Reused and Recycled: The Treatment and Redisplay of a Repurposed Seventeenth-Century Coromandel Lacquer Screen in the Acton Collection, Villa La Pietra, Florence.” Studies in Conservation 61, no. 3-Supp (2016): 117–23.
Hatchfield, Pamela, and P. Parmigianni. “Tracing the Past: Observations on a Gilded Marble Relief Attributed to Francesco Di Simone Ferrucci.” Beijing, 2020.
Hatchfield, Pamela, and Petert Schertz. “Made from Life: A Roman Terracotta Portrait in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 61 (2016): 22–39.
Hayes, Matthew. “On the Origins of Alois Riegl’s Conservation Theory.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58, no. 3 (July 3, 2019): 132–43.
———. “Titian’s Portrait of Guidobaldo II Della Rovere and His Son Francesco Maria II: Technique, Change, and Conservation.” Kermes 32, no. 114–115 (2019): 109–18.
Hepworth, Paul. “Defining the Need for Conservation.” In Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction, 544–51. Hamburg: COMSt, 2015.
———. “Yekşah Tooling: A Technique Not an Identity.” Care and Conservation of Manuscripts 16 (2018): 323–43.
Heywood, Ann. “A Statuette of Two Men and a Boy from the Amarna Period, Part II: Materials Analysis and Imaging.” In The Art and Culture of Ancient Egypt: Studies in Honor of Dorothea Arnold. Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar ; v.19. New York: The Egyptological Seminar of New York, 2015.
Hickey, Jennifer. “...Designed to Exist in Passing Time: Robert Rauschenberg’s Black Painting.” In Authenticity in Transition: Changing Practices in Art Making and Conservation: Proceedings of the International Conference Held at the University of Glasgow, 1-2 December 2014, 72–80. London: Archetype Publications Ltd, 2016.
Hickey, Jennifer, and David Reed. “Joan Mitchell’s Harbor December.” In Joan Mitchell. Yale University Press, Forthcoming.
Hill, Marsha, and Deborah Schorsch. “Ptah’s Profile.” Another Mouthful of Dust: Egyptological Studies in Honour of Geoffrey Thorndike Martin, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 246 (2016): 251–307.
Holden, Amanda, Fiona Beckett, and Gregory Smith. “Seeing the Light: Conser- vation and Exhibition of a 1980s Daylight Fluorescent Painted Leather Jacket.” The Textile Specialty Group Postprints of Papers Delivered at the Textile Subgroup Session: American Institute for Conservation...Annual Meeting 25 (2017): 95–110.
Hornbeck, Stephanie E. “Elephant Ivory: An Overview of Changes to Its Stringent Regulation and Considerations for Its Identification.” Objects Specialty Group Postprints 22 (2015): 101–21.
Hornbeck, Stephanie E., and Dana L. Moffett. “Altered Surfaces, Taking the Long View: Applications of Ethnographic Conservation Practices to the Conservation of Contemporary Art.” Studies in Conservation 61, no. 2-Supp (2016): 84– 90.
Howe, Ellen, Emily Kaplan, Richard Newman, James H. Frantz, Ellen Pearlstein, Judith Levinson, and Odile Madden. “The Occurrence of a Titanium Dioxide/ Silica White Pigment on Wooden Andean Qeros: A Cultural and Chronological Marker.” Heritage Science 6 (2018).
Hughes, Amy. “Measurement of Surface PH of Paper Using Agarose Gel Plugs: A Feasibility Study.” In Gels in the Conservation of Art, 62–66. London: Ar- chetype Publications Ltd, 2017.
———. “Paper Sample Collection in Practice: Treating a Max Weber Print.” Hand Papermaking 56, no. 2 (2017): 16–17.
———. “Wild and Immaculate: Kenneth Tyler’s Early Use of Handmade Paper at Gemini G.E.L.” Hand Papermaking 34, no. 1 (2019): 3–10.
Hughes, Amy, and Michelle Sullivan. “Targeted Cleaning of Works on Paper: Rigid Polysaccharide Gels and Conductivity in Aqueous Solutions.” The Book & Paper Group Annual 35 (2016): 30–41.
Hurst, Heather, and Caitlin R. O’Grady. “Maya Mural Art as Collaboration: Verify- ing Artists Hands at San Bartolo, Guatemala through Pigment and Plaster Composition.” In Beyond Iconography: Materials, Methods, and Meaning in Ancient Surface Decoration, 35–55. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America Boston Group, 2015.
Johnson, C. Richard, William A. Sethares, Margaret Holben Ellis, and Saira Haqqi. “Hunting for Paper Moldmates Among Rembrandt’s Prints: Chain-Line Pattern Matching.” IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 32, no. 4 (July 2015): 28–37.
Jue, Erin, Charlotte W. Eng, and Naoko Takahatake. “The Examination and Con- servation of a Chiaroscuro Woodcut: Antonio Da Trento’s Martyrdom of Two Saints, a Case Study.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 55, no. 3 (2016): 154–65.
Keegan, Kelly. “Methods Behind the Magic: The Materials and Techniques of Ivan Albright.” In Ivan Albright Paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago. Art Insti- tute of Chicago, 2019.
Keegan, Kelly, and Inge Fiedler. “Rediscovering Renoir: Materials and Technique in the Paintings of Pierre-Auguste Renoir at the Art Institute of Chicago.” Postprints (American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Paintings Specialty Group) 28 (2015): 7–27.
Kennedy, Nora W., Meredith Reiss, and Katherine Sanderson. “The Future Is Not What It Used to Be: Changing Views on Contemporary Color Photography.” Studies in Conservation 61, no. 2-Supp (2016): 91–97.
King, Annette, Isabelle Duvernois, Joe Fronek, Joyce H. Townsend, and Silvia A. Centeno. “Modigliani in the South of France.” The Burlington Magazine 160, no. 1382 (2018): 394–99.
Knipe, Penley, Katherine Eremin, Marc Walton, Agnese Babini, and Georgina Rayner. “Materials and Techniques of Islamic Manuscripts.” Heritage Science 6 (2018).
Kokkori, Maria, Ken Sutherland, Johanna Salvant, Francesca Casadio, Julie Barten, and Carol Stringari. ‘“More than a Pure Technical Sensation’: Twentieth-Century Metallic Paints, Their Formulations, and Use in Paint- ings.” In ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4–8 September 2017. Paris: ICOM Committee for Conservation, 2017.
Lowinger, Rosa. “In Defense of Decorative Finishes: Cuban Architectural Con- servation in the Twenty-First Century.” Conservation Perspectives: The GCI Newsletter 32, no. 2 (2017): 10–12.
———. “Vandalism.” Change over Time 5, no. 1 (2015).
Madden, Odile. “Balancing Ingenuity and Responsibility in the Age of Plastic.” In The Age of Plastic: Ingenuity and Responsibility: Proceedings of the 2012 MCI Symposium, 1–17. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2017.
Mahon, Dorothy. “Technical Studies: Murillo’s Self-Portrait of ca. 1650-55.” In Murillo: The Self-Portraits. New York, NY: The Frick Collection ; New Haven, CT, 2017.
———. “Thomas Cole’s The Oxbow and The Consummation of Empire : A Tech- nical Comparison.” In Thomas Cole’s Journey: Atlantic Crossings. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven, 2018.
Males, Billie, Lindsay Oakley, Oliver Cossairt, and Marc Walton. “Maximizing the Microscope: Instrument Design and Data Processing Strategies for Hyperspec- tral Imaging of Cross-Sectional Cultural Heritage Samples.” In Optics for Arts, Architecture, and Archaeology VII, 11058:110580C. International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2019.
Marincola, Michele. “The Cloisters’ Romanesque Crucifix from Northern Spain: A Reconstruction and Interpretation.” In Christ on the Cross and the Emer- gence of Medieval Monumental Sculpture, 264–81. Brepols/Harvey Miller, 2020.
Marincola, Michele, ed., Johanes Taubert. Polychrome Sculpture: Meaning, Form, Conservation. Los Angeles, California: Getty Conservation Institute, 2015.
Marincola, Michele, and Lucretia Kargère. The Conservation of Medieval Poly- chrome Wood Sculpture - History, Theory, Practice. Los Angeles: Getty Publications, 2020.
Marincola, Michele, and Anna Serotta. “Riemenschneider’s Marienaltar in Her- rgottskirche, Creglingen: A Review of Its Restoration History and the Ap- plication of a New Examination Method.” In Riemenschneider in Situ, Pro- ceedings of a Conference, June 21-23, 2017. Brepols/Harvey Miller, 2020.
Mathews, Thomas F, and Norman E. Muller. The Dawn of Christian Art in Panel Paintings and Icons. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2016.
Mayberger, Evelyn. “Flaming Pearls and Flying Phoenixes: Materiality, Research, and Stewardship of Liao Dynasty Metalwork.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 59, no. 1 (January 2, 2020): 65–76.
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