4/1/2016 Session 1 of 3: Color Change in 19th Century Art





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Streamed live on Apr 1, 2016

Technical Art History Conference: A New Lens on 19th-Century Art
The Art Institute of Chicago

April 1–2, 2016: the Art Institute of Chicago hosts a two-part scholars’ day and public symposium addressing how new scientific tools and examination techniques are changing the study of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterworks.

4/1/2016 Session 1 of 3: Color Change in 19th Century Art
9:45 am–11:45 pm

This colloquium is designed for conservators, scientists, and scholars interested in technical and scientific approaches to the study of 19th-century art. The papers will address color change, pigment instability, and recolorization—as well as recent research on the materials and techniques of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artworks.

09:4510:00 Welcome, opening remarks

10:0010:25 Ann Hoenigswald, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. "Does Color Change Alter Meaning in the Paintings of Vincent van Gogh?"

10:2510:50 Roy Berns, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, "Color Visualization of Unfading Lake Pigments in The Bedroom Using Color-Managed Imaging, Four-Light Imaging, and Direct Visible Spectrophotometry"

10:5011:15 John Delaney, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., "Use of Multi-Modal Imaging Spectroscopy To Gain Insight Into the Presence of Degraded Pigments"

11:1511:40 Ella Hendriks, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands "'Paintings fade like flowers': Color Change in Paintings by Vincent van Gogh"

see the following panel here: https://youtu.be/wKEHyZxH0pg


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