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Hamilton Kerr Institute

Fitzwilliam Museum
 

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 the classification of craquelure;
  • The Upton House Saenredam: conservation and technique;
  • The Castle Ashby Holy Family: a technical investigation and comparison with the technique of Sebastiano del Piombo;
  • "Use a little wax with your colours, but don't tell anybody": Joshua Reynolds' painting experiments with wax and his sources;
  • the commission and restoration of six portraits of the daughters of George III by Sir William Beechey;
  • Marcus Gheeraerts' The countess of Bedford and her Daughter, an alternative attribution;
  • Jan Both's Italian Landscape, materials, technique and treatment.

Paperback: ISBN 978-0-904454-63-5

Available from the HKI for £9.99 plus postage. Discounts available for multiple orders.

Enquiries to: hki@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

 

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