JAIC 1996, Volume 35, Number 3, Article 1 (pp. 169 to 183)
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JAIC 1996, Volume 35, Number 3, Article 1 (pp. 169 to 183)

ARTHUR B. DAVIES'S MOUNTAIN BELOVED OF SPRING: DETERMINING TREATMENT BY RECONSTRUCTING A PAINTING'S HISTORY

NANCY R. POLLAK




REFERENCES

Clapp, A.1962. Inspection condition report of Mountain Beloved of Spring. July 30. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, Ohio.

Cortissoz, R.1931. A.B. Davies by Royal Cortissoz. American Artists Series. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

Evans, A.1995. Personal communication. Chief Photographer, Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass. 01267.

Faxon, S.C.1995. Personal communication. Associate Director and Curator of Paintings, Prints, and Drawings, Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 01810.

Martin, J. S.1995. Analytical report, lab no. 94-TS-187B. March 7. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, Mass.

Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1930. Catalog of a memorial exhibition of the works of Arthur B. Davies. New York: Southworth Press.

Norris, D. H.1995. Personal communication. Associate Professor, University of Delaware, 303 Old College, University of Delaware, Newark, Del. 19716.



FURTHER READING

Czestochowski, J. S.1979. The works of Arthur B. Davies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Wright, B.1978. The artist and the unicorn: The lives of Arthur B. Davies.New City, N. Y.: Historical Society of Rockland County.


AUTHOR INFORMATION

NANCY R. POLLAK graduated from the University of Delaware/Winterthur Museum Art Conservation Program in 1991 with a major in paintings and a special interest in painted textiles. She then joined the Williamstown Art Conservation Center as a postgraduate fellow and continued her work there as an assistant paintings conservator. The treatment of Mountain Beloved of Spring was undertaken at Williamstown in 1993–95. She is currently in private practice as a conservator of paintings and painted textiles. Address: P. O. Box 4141, Frederick, Md. 21705.


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