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Call for papers--Facture

From: Michelle LeBleu <m-lebleu<-at->
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2012
Call for Papers
Volume 2

The National Gallery of Art Conservation Division invites abstracts
of papers to be considered for publication in its biennial journal
Facture. The second issue will be published in the fall of 2015.
Facture presents technical research by conservators, scientists, and
art historians studying works of art in the National Gallery
collections. Papers addressing a series of works that includes one
or more works at the Gallery will also be considered.  Contributions
may take the form of a feature essay (not to exceed 8,000 words
including notes) or a shorter notice (not to exceed 4,000 words
including notes).  Topics may range from conservation treatment and
scientific investigation to technical art history and may address
works of art in all media from all time periods represented in the
Gallery's collections.  Essays should be written in a manner equally
accessible to conservators, scientists and art historians.
Submissions will be evaluated by an Editorial Committee composed of
conservators, conservation scientists, art historians and educators
on staff at the National Gallery of Art.

Abstracts of 300 words or fewer should include the title, the
authors' names, a brief description, and a statement of the current
state of research and work necessary for the completion of the
paper.  The text must be double spaced and submitted as a Microsoft
Word document.

Abstracts should be sent to: facture<-at->nga<.>gov no later than November
15, 2012.

Questions may be directed to m-gifford<-at->nga<.>gov or d-barbour<-at->nga<.>gov

Conservation Research

Volume 1

    A Page from Giorgio Vasari's Libro de'Disegni as Composite
        Kimberly Schenck
        Barbara Berrie
        John K. Delaney
        Paola Ricciardi
        John Witty, III

    A Renaissance of Color: The Conservation of Lorenzo the
        Michael Belman
        Alison Luchs
        Shelley Sturman

    "Put in order... refresh, reframe":  Italian Renaissance
    Paintings Restored and Reframed by Duveen Brothers Inc., ca.
        Elizabeth Walmsley

    Jan van Eyck's Washington Annunciation: Study of the Painting
    Materials and Techniques
        E. Melanie Gifford
        Catherine A. Metzger
        John K. Delaney

    The Cleaning and Restoration of Jan van Eyck's Washington
        David Bull

    The Triumph of Christ: A Study of the Mazarin Tapestry
        Julia M. Burke
        Lisha Deming Glinsman
        John K. Delaney
        Suzanne Quillen Lomax
        Kathryn M. Morales
        Michael Palmer
        Christina Lynn Cole
        Paola Ricciardi

    One of Many: Notes on a Cartapesta relief of Jacopo Sansovino
        Judy L. Ozone

    Shorter notices

        Reconstructing the Casting Technique of Severo da Ravenna's
            Dylan Smith

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