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Decorative art from the Samuel H. Kress Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

the tapestry room from Croome Court, furniture, textiles, Sèvres porcelains, and other objects.

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        StatementPublished by the Phaidon Press for the Samuel H. Kress Foundation; [distributed by New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Conn.
        PublishersPublished by the Phaidon Press for the Samuel H. Kress Foundation; [distributed by New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Conn.
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        LC Classifications1964
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        Paginationxvi, 66 p. :
        Number of Pages62
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In 1993, he left to become a conservation scientist at the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. ; courtesy of the Getty Center, Los Angeles, California. The word derives from the Latin culcita, a padded mattress similar to a modern futon. Lomax says her most challenging requests are for analysis of modern materials. When she finds them, her program is likely to support their efforts to strengthen their scientific components.

When the three work together, she says, there is "a hugely better outcome from a scholarly and educational point of view. As important as the Anjou Textile, it is not the most elaborate piece of early patchwork. It hadn't always been so. It may seem strange that a chaste warrior-huntress who dies in battle would be celebrated in a painting commissioned for a marriage.

It was designed by a 16th-century Italian artist to be a fountain.National Gallery of Art, 1941-1951. London] : Published by the Phaidon Press for the Samuel H. Getty Provenance Index This provides access to archival inventories, sales catalogs, and dealer stock books, which include documentation of some Kress purchases. If one were to look very, very closely, one might be able to discern a faint demarcation between the natural and synthetic varnishes. Case in point: the 1641 oil painting "Portrait of a Man" by Dutch artist Govaert Flinck introducing this article.

As a first go-around in the collaborative effort, Whitten hand ground pigments and used an experimental urea-aldehyde resin, Laropal A made by BASF, as the binder.

The stunning cassone to the left is one of a pair known as the Nerli-Morelli Cassoni. So, here you have a case of chemistry besting nature. NGA, however, is one of those few pockets of enlightenment. Attributed to Domenico Morone Adoration of the Magi, c. Brighter than any other element and executed in an eye-deceiving, three-dimensional style, the monument conveys a palpable impression of material reality that is lacking in the doll-like figures.

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Mellon Foundation, which also endowed his position. The synthetic resin varnish has all the positive attributes of a natural resin varnish but none of its drawbacks. This includes both traditional and conservation photography.