JAIC 1993, Volume 32, Number 2, Article 4 (pp. 129 to 139)
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JAIC 1993, Volume 32, Number 2, Article 4 (pp. 129 to 139)

UNDERSTANDING THE TECHNIQUES OF AMERICAN TONALIST AND IMPRESSIONIST PAINTERS

LANCE MAYER, & GAY MYERS




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AUTHOR INFORMATION

LANCE MAYER and GAY MYERS are both graduates of the conservation training program at the Intermuseum Conservation Association Laboratory in Oberlin, Ohio. From 1978 to 1981 they were conservators at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Since 1981 they have been in New London, Connecticut, where they spend the majority of their time working as independent conservators for many large and small museums as well as private collectors. Authors' address: Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams St., New London, Conn. 06320.


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