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eBook Analysis of Modern Paints (Research in Conservation) ePub

by Thomas Learner

  • ISBN: 0892367792
  • Category: Encyclopedias and Subject Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Thomas Learner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Getty Conservation Institute; 1 edition (March 14, 2005)
  • Pages: 220
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The growing popularity of synthetic resin materials carries important implications for the conservation, preservation

Although oil remains an important binding medium in artists' paints, today's synthetic resins are being used with increasing frequency.

Analysis of Modern Paints by Thomas . By (author) Thomas . Free delivery worldwide. Although oil remains an important binding medium in artists' paints, today's synthetic resins are being used with increasing frequency.

Analysis of Modern Paints book. 0892367792 (ISBN13: 9780892367795).

Analysis of Modern Paints by Thomas J. S. Learner. January 2006 · Studies in Conservation. Electrophoretic Painting of Aluminium Extrusions.

Analysis of Modern Paints. Thomas J. Learner; 2005. Purchase a Copy Find in WorldCat. Related Getty Conservation Institute projects: Modern Paints. J. Paul Getty Trust Publications, Oxford University Press, USA.

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Read chapter Modern Paints-Tom Learner: In March 2003, the National Academy of Sciences Arthur M. Sackler Colloquia presented the . Sackler Colloquia presented the Scientific Examination. Despite the great variety of modern paint formulations (see Figure 1), there are three principal classes of synthetic binder that have been widely used by artists: acrylic, alkyd, and polyvinyl acetate (PVA) (Crook and Learner, 2000; Learner, 2000). The main binder used in the artists’ paint market has been acrylic, although there are two quite distinct forms: acrylic solution, where the acrylic.

Although oil remains an important binding medium in artists' paints, today's synthetic resins are being used with increasing frequency. This was true during much of the twentieth century, when artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros, Jackson Pollock, and Pablo Picasso used commercial or industrial paints based on synthetic resins. The growing popularity of synthetic resin materials carries important implications for the conservation, preservation, and treatment of modern art. This volume outlines the techniques that are currently employed to analyze the synthetic resins used in modern painting materials, such as pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, Fourier Transform infrared spectroscopy, and direct temperature-resolved mass spectrometry. For each technique, results are given for standard samples of the principal classes of synthetic binding media, various pigments and extenders, tube paint formulations, and microscopic paint fragments taken from actual works of art. Primarily intended for conservation scientists, conservators, researchers, and students of conservation, this book will also be of interest to other museum professionals.