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Hamilton Kerr Institute

Fitzwilliam Museum


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 Hoecke';
  • The portraits of Philiip II of Spain: a comparative study;
  • A painting by Titian from the Spanish Royal Collection at Apsley House, London;
  • A technical study of 'Rebecca and Eliezer at the Well', a copy after Nicolas Poussin;
  • The changing faces of Queen Elizabeth I: findings during the conservation treatment of the Eton college sieve portrait;
  • The tools of his trade: the relationship between John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876) and Charles Roberson & Company;
  • Awareness and action: an introduction to emergency remedial treatment of water-damaged paintings on canvas through a case study of a 'Portrait of Sir Thomas Savage' by Cornelius Johnson;
  • A study of three paintings by George Gower;
  • Rolling 'The Island I'.

Available from Archetype Publications