INTERPRETING ARTIST'S INTENT IN THE TREATMENT OF JOHN CONSTABLE'S THE WHITE HORSE SKETCH
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MICHAEL SWICKLIK received his M. A. in art conservation from the State University of New York, Cooperstown, in 1982. He has been a conservator of paintings at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., since 1984. His other publications concern the techniques of Van Dyck and the use of varnish by French painters. Address: 105 Woodlawn Rd., Baltimore, Md. 21210-2544.