Department of Conservation & Technology

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The research within the department of Conservation & Technology covers a wide variety of topics and disciplines within the field of the conservation of easel paintings including technical art historyconservation science and the development of conservation treatments. Apart from the research undertaken by members of staff there are three research fellows, one post-doctoral researcher and five PhD students.

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Paint Engineering & Materials Science
Bacteriocins Chemical Compounds
Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Chemical Compounds
Dicyclohexylcarbodiimide Chemical Compounds
Pigments Engineering & Materials Science
Arthroscopy Chemical Compounds
Painting Engineering & Materials Science
Temperature Engineering & Materials Science

Research Output 1984 2016

'Making paint in the 20th Century: the Talens Archive'

Burnstock, A., Jan van den Berg, K., van Gurp, F., Bayliss, S. & Ovink, K. 2016 Sources in Art Technology, Back to Basics. Eyb-Green, S., Townshend, J. H., Pilz, K., Kroustallis, S. & van Leeuwen, I. (eds.). Archetype, p. 43-50

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

‘Water senstivity of modern oil paint films’

Burnstock, A., Lee, J., Jan van den Berg, K. & Ormsby, B. 2016 VII Congress C&C 2015 Proceedings. CESMAR7 and Il Prato Publishing

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution


'André Derain Trees by a Lake: Le Parc de Carrières-Saint-Denis Cleo Nisse'

Burnstock, A. & Whitlum-Cooper, F. 2015 In : Art Matters. 6, p. 10-19

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle