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Painting Conservation Catalog
Appendix II: Cumulative Bibliography


Submitted by Margaret Newburger
Compiler: Barbara A. Buckley

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Cumulative Bibliography

Cumulative Bibliography

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Barclay, M. H. 1993. Some structural solutions to the question of preventative conservation care for a major traveling exhibition, The Crisis of Abstraction in Canada: The 1950s. ICOM Committee for Conservation, Vol. 1:225–230.

Bauman, B. 1982. A technique for stretching and framing a double-sided canvas. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 21:77–79.

Bealer, A. W. 1972. Old ways of working wood. Barre, MA: Barre Publishing Co., Inc. (Discussion and illustrations, 208–209).

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Berger G. A. and W. H. Russell. 1988. An evaluation of the preparation of canvas paintings using stress measurements. Studies in Conservation 33: 187–204.

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Boissonnas, A. 1961. Relining with glass-fiber fabric. Studies in Conservation 6:26–30.

Boissonnas, P. 1978. Separation of a double-sided oil painting on canvas: A case history. In Preprints, 5th Triennial Meeting, ICOM-CC, Zagreb, 1978.

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Cornelius, F. D. 1967. Movement of wood and canvas for paintings in response to high and low humidity. Studies in Conservation 12:76–79

Costain, C. 1991. Scientific rational for studies on packing and transportation of paintings. Art in transit: Studies in the transport of paintings. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art.

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Del Zotto, F. 2002. Self-expansion stretcher for two-sided paintings: Floating auto-adapting suspension system. In Preprints, Vol. 1, 13th Triennial Meeting, ICOM-CC, Rio de Janeiro, 2002. London: James & James Ltd.: 338–345.

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—, 1975. Some empirical determinations of the strain distribution in stretched canvases. Venice: International Council of Museums: 75/11/4-1-16.

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