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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Painting Chemical Compounds
Paint Chemical Compounds
Pigments Chemical Compounds
Varnish Chemical Compounds
multivariate statistical analysis Physics & Astronomy
Surface-Active Agents Chemical Compounds
pigments Physics & Astronomy
Tensile strain Engineering & Materials Science

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Profiles

Photo of Pippa Balch

Pippa Balch

Person: Academic

Photo of Aviva Burnstock

Aviva Burnstock

Person: Academic

19842019

Research Output 1984 2020

Energy, Legibility, Purity: Color in Argentine Concrete Art

Alonso, I., Gottschaller, P., Marsh, C. C., Perchuk, A. & Lee, L., 2020, (Submitted) New Material Histories of Concrete Art in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil,. Gilbert et al., Z. (ed.). Los Angeles: Getty Publications

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Hermelindo Fiaminghi’s Quadrature of the Circle between 1954 and 1959: From Concrete Enamel to Giotto’s Tempera

Gottschaller, P., Learner, T. & Mazurek, J., 2020, (Submitted) New Material Histories of Concrete Art in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. Gilbert, Z., Gottschaller, P., Learner, T. & Perchuk, A. (eds.). Los Angeles: Getty Publications

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

New Material Histories of Concrete Art in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil,

Gilbert, Z., Gottschaller, P., Learner, T. & Perchuk, A., 2020, (Submitted) Los Angeles: Getty Publications.

Research output: Book/ReportBook