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Read more at: HKI Bulletin Number 6

HKI Bulletin Number 6

Published 2016 This volume is the sixth in the biennial publication which presents the recent research of past and present staff and students (including early career interns) of the Hamilton Kerr Institute in the conservation, structure, materials and history of paintings. The Bulletin is published...


Read more at: HKI Bulletin Number 5

HKI Bulletin Number 5

Published 2014 The fifth Bulletin includes articles on: Contextual discussion and preliminary technical investigation of selected portraits from Auschwitz Concentration Camp Sir Peter Paul Rubens' 'Don Rodrigo Calderón on Horseback' A re-evaluation of 'The Battle of Nördlingen' by Jan van den...


Read more at: HKI Bulletin Number 4

HKI Bulletin Number 4

Published 2013 The forth Bulletin includes articles on: Conservation and technical study of Siciolante da Sermoneta's ' Deposition of Christ', from King's College Chapel, Cambridge; Treatment of the 'Triple Portrait of John Lacy' by John Michael Wright; East Anglian medieval church screens: a brief...


Read more at: HKI Bulletin Number 3

HKI Bulletin Number 3

Published in 2000 The third Bulletin includes articles on: The Santa Marina retable from Mayorga, attributed to the Master of Palanquinos (c.1490); The effects of reinforcements on the preservation of paintings on wood panel: introduction and results of research on unreinforced panels; Consensus in...


Read more at: HKI Bulletin Number 2

HKI Bulletin Number 2

Published 1994 The second Bulletin includes articles on: Four early Dutch flower paintings examined with reference to Crispijn van de Passe's 'Den Blom-Hof'; Lely's studio practice; Technical examination of Lambert Sustris's 'Diana and Acteon'; Giacinto Calandrucci's 'Transfiguration'; The Pseudo-...


Read more at: HKI Bulletin Number 1

HKI Bulletin Number 1

Published 1988 The first Hamilton Kerr Institute Bulletin was published in 1988. Its publication coincided with the exhibition held in the Fitzwilliam Museum from 12 January to 20 March 1988, to mark the first ten years of the Institute's activity. The production costs of this first issue were met...


Read more at: In Artists’ Footsteps

In Artists’ Footsteps

Published in 2012 In Artists’ Footsteps: The Reconstruction of Pigments and Paintings explores the technical study and reconstruction of Old Master paintings and pigments from the medieval to the modern period. The contributions from experts in the fields of technical art history and conservation...


Read more at: The Westminster Retable

The Westminster Retable

Published in 2009 The Westminster Retable: History, technique, conservation (Painting and Practice) The late 13 th -century Westminster Retable is rightly celebrated as one of the most beautiful and enigmatic panel paintings to have survived from medieval Europe. Its history is not without tragedy...


Read more at: Thornham Parva Retable

Thornham Parva Retable

Published in 2004 The Thornham Parva Retable (Painting and Practice) The Thornham Parva Retable is Britain's largest and most complete medieval altarpiece. It was found in a loft above a stable at Thornham Hall in Suffolk in 1927 and soon afterwards installed in the small thatched church of St Mary...


Read more at: Index of Account Holders in the Roberson Archive 1820-1939

Index of Account Holders in the Roberson Archive 1820-1939

Published in 1997 The Index of Account Holders in the Roberson Archive 1820-1939 lists over 9,000 artists recorded in the account ledgers of the London artists' colourmen Charles Roberson & Co., whose extensive archive is housed at the Hamilton Kerr Institute. The Index provides a checklist of...


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