JAIC 1999, Volume 38, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 45 to 54)
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JAIC 1999, Volume 38, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 45 to 54)

CORCORAN AND CODY: THE TWO VERSIONS OF THE LAST OF THE BUFFALO

DARE MYERS HARTWELL, & HELEN MAR PARKIN




REFERENCES

Note: All unpublished reports are available upon request from the authors.

Berrie, B. H., and Palmer, M. R.1986. Analysis report/Bierstadt, A./The Last of the Buffalo/9.12 Corcoran Gallery. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Berrie, B. H., and Palmer, M. R.1988a. Analysis report/Bierstadt, A./The Last of the Buffalo/Owner: Buffalo Bill Historical Center (Cody, WY). Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Berrie, B. H., and Palmer, M. R.1988b. Analysis report/Bierstadt, A./The Last of the Buffalo/9.12/Owner: Corcoran Gallery. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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Hartwell, D. M.1999. Bierstadt's late paintings: Methods, materials, and madness. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation38(1):33–44.

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Nicholson, J. P.1956. Letter to Horace L.Hotchkiss, Jr., curator, February 20. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Palmer, M. R.1989. Analysis report/Bierstadt, A./Analysis of ground layers from five paintings. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. The report is published as an appendix to Hartwell 1999.


AUTHOR INFORMATION

DARE MYERS HARTWELL has been the chief conservator at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., since 1983. She has a master's degree in art history from the University of Minnesota and received her conservation training at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique, Brussels, Belgium. Her study in Brussels was funded by a Fellowships for Museum Professionals grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. She was previously the assistant painting conservator at the Upper Midwest Conservation Association in Minneapolis and the associate conservator at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.

HELEN MAR PARKIN is the chief conservator at the Taft Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received a master's degree in museology from the George Washington University in 1971 and a master's degree and certificate of advanced study in painting conservation from the Cooperstown Graduate Programs, State University of New York, in 1974. She has worked at the Worcester Art Museum, the Kimbell Art Museum (Andrew W. Mellon Fellow), with Perry Huston and Associates, and at the Intermuseum Laboratory. She is an AIC Fellow and an associate member of the International Institute for Conservation.


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