JAIC 1995, Volume 34, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 69 to 75)
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JAIC 1995, Volume 34, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 69 to 75)

19TH-CENTURY PORTRAITS ON SCORED PANELS IN THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART

CHRISTINA CURRIE



NOTES

1. Franklin Kelly, curator of American and British paintings at the National Gallery of Art, informed me that Ellen Miles of the National Portrait Gallery recently found substantial documentary evidence to date the picture to 1800.



REFERENCES

Goldberg, M.1993. Textured panels in 19th-century American paintings. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation32:33–42.

Sloane, E.1964. A museum of early American tools. New York: W. Funk.

Storck, J. J. n.d. Le dictionnaire pratique de menuiserie, ébénisterie, charpente. Paris.


AUTHOR INFORMATION

CHRISTINA CURRIE received her M.A. in painting conservation at Gateshead Technical College, England, after obtaining a B.A. in the history of art from University College, London. She held internships at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Harvard University. During 1992–93, she was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where she focused on the examination of the American painting collection. During 1993–94 she was an intern in the paintings workshop of the Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique in Belgium. She is now in private practice in Brussels as a paintings conservator. Address: Rue Victor Allard 50, bte 4, B-1180 Brussels, Belgium.


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