ANAGPIC 2012 Student Papers

 

Presented at the 2012 Annual Student Conference hosted by
The Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

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Paintings

Kristin Bradley and Sophie Scully (pdf), Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
The History and Conservation Treatment of the Saletta della Rovine at NYU’s Villa La Pietra

Gabriel Dunn (pdf), Paintings Conservation Fellow, Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Harvard Art Museums
Experimental and Innovative: Matisse Paintings from the Wertheim Collection

Laura Eva Hartman (pdf), Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Revealing Layers: Asher B. Durand’s painting practice studied through the examination of a portrait and two paint palettes

Photo/Paper

Margaret Wessling (pdf), Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
United Press International’s Unifax Facsimile Printer: Discovering the Forgotten Technology of Early Wire Transfer Photographs

Ethnographic/Natural History

Rebecca Summerour (pdf), Buffalo State College, State University of New York, Art Conservation Department, Third Year Intern at the National Museum of the American Indian
The Examination and Conservation of a Snake Skin Suit Jacket

Crista Pack and Elena Torok (pdf), Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Stuffed with Challenges: Two Case Studies Involving the Treatment of Taxidermy Birds

Treatment Evaluations

Elizabeth Boyce (pdf), Queens University, Art Conservation Program
Candied Cedar Bark: The Treatment of Waterlogged Western Red Cedar Bark using Sucrose

Anna Weiss (pdf), Queens University, Art Conservation Program
Evaluating the Efficacy of Silica Nano-Particle “Liquid Glass” Protective Coatings for Outdoor Marble Sculpture and Monuments

Ayesha Fuentes and Geneva Griswold (pdf), UCLA/Getty Master’s Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation
The ‘dead-bucket’: An inexperienced conservator’s guide for evaluating setbacks

Conference Posters

Fiona Beckett (pdf), Queen’s University
An Evaluation of Glazing Materials and Their Effect on Fading in Fluorescent Acrylic Paints

Rita Berg, New York University & Anna Weiss, Queen’s University (pdf)
The American Institute of Conservation: Emergency Committee and Collections Emergency Response Team 101

Tessa de Alarcon (pdf), UCLA/Getty
Treatment of Eagle and Northern Flicker Feathers on a Native American Shield Cover

Gabriel Dunn (pdf), Straus Center/Harvard Art Museums
Three C’s: Contemporary Conservation with Carbohydrates

Timothy Greening (pdf), Queen’s University
Advantages and Disadvantages of FTIR Spectroscopy in Identification of Bird Droppings in Painting Conservation

Geneva Griswold, Casey Mallinckrodt, & Brittany Dolph (pdf), UCLA/Getty
The Significance of Surface in Central African Masks: Pigment Identification of Polychrome Wood masks From the Congo

 

Photo Credits: (Top Left) “Figure 34: Overall humidification under acrylic dome.” (Top Right) “Figure 33: The largest fragment after humidification and flattenin.;” Both from Summerour, The Examination and Conservation of a Snake Skin Suit Jacket.