Discounted titles for our 30th anniversary sale

8 November 2019

Architectural Finishes in the Built Environment

Art of Merit - Studies in Buddhist Art and its Conservation

Art of the Past - Sources and Reconstructions 

Art, Conservation and Authenticities - Material, Concept, Context 

Authenticity and Replication - The 'Real Thing' in Art and Conservation 

Authenticity in Transition - Changing Practices in Contemporary Art Making and Conservation

Cennino Cennini's   Il Libro dell'Arte - A new English translation and commentary with Italian transcription

Compositiones variae - A late 8th century artists' technical treatise

Conservation in the Nineteenth Century

Damascene 'ajami Rooms - Forgotten Jewels of Interior Design

Desalination of Historic Buildings, Stone and Wall Paintings

East Asian Lacquer - Material Culture, Science and Conservation

East Asian Paintings - Materials, Structures and Deterioration Mechanisms 

Engraving and Etching 1400-2000. A History of the Development of Manual Intaglio Printmaking Processes

European Paintings 15th-18th Century - Copying, Replicating and Emulating

French Bronze Sculpture - Materials and Techniques 16th - 18th Century

Gilded Metals - History, Technology and Conservation

Hamilton Kerr Institute Bulletin number 4, 2013

Historical Technology, Materials and Conservation - SEM and Microanalysis

Holding It All Together - Ancient and Modern Approaches to Joining, Repair and Consolidation

In Artists' Footsteps - The Reconstruction of Pigments and Paintings

Innovative Approaches to the Complex Care of Contemporary Art

Italian Renaissance Drawings - Technical Examination and Analysis

Lasers in the Conservation of Artworks IX

Let the Material Talk - Technology of Late-Medieval Cologne Panel Painting 

Mediaeval Painters' Materials and Techniques - The Montpellier Liber diversarum arcium

Medieval Painting in Northern Europe - Techniques, Analysis, Art History

Metals and Mines - Studies in Archaeometallurgy

Mixing and Matching Approaches to Retouching Paintings 

Modern Art - Who Cares?

Moving Collections - Processes and Consequences

On the Trail of Bosch and Bruegel - Four Paintings United under Cross-examination

Paint Research in Building Conservation

Perspectives on the Painting Technique of Jan van Eyck

Picasso, Picabia, Ernst - new perspectives 

Pigments and Power in the Andes - from the Material to the Symbolic in Andean Cultural Practices 1500 – 1800

Plastics - Looking at the Future and Learning from the Past

Preparation for Painting - The Artist's Choice and its Consequences

Protein Facts - Fibrous Proteins in Cultural and Natural History Artifacts

Public Paintings by Edvard Munch and his Contemporaries - Change and Conservation Challenges

Retouching of Art on Paper

Setting the Scene European Painted Cloths from the Fourteenth to the Twenty-First Century

Sources and Serendipity - Testimonies of Artists' Practice

Sources on Art Technology - Back to Basics 

Studying 18th-Century Paintings and Works of Art on Paper

Studying and Conserving Paintings

Studying the European Visual Arts 1800-1850 - Paintings, Sculpture, Interiors and Art on Paper

The Artist's Process - Technology and Interpretation 

The Broad Spectrum - Studies in the Materials, Techniques, and Conservation of Color on Paper

The Luminous Trace - Drawing and Writing in Metalpoint

The Public Face of Conservation

The World of Iron

The Renaissance Workshop - The Materials and Techniques of Renaissance Art

Thin-section Petrography of Stone and Ceramic Cultural Materials

Turquoise in Mexico and North America - Science, Conservation, Culture and Collections


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