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Notes from the translator
1.Some notes on its ancient origins
2.Gothic polyptychs, and frames “in the Antique style”
3.Adaptations and renovations at the turn of the sixteenth century
4.The restoration of frescos
1.The restoration of ancient statues
2.Giorgio Vasari: works of art and the passage of time
3.Events involving works of art in the sixteenth century
4.Catholic reform and the Counter-Reformation
1.Bologna and Carlo Cesare Malvasia, Naples and Bernardo De Dominici
2.Florence and Rome
3.Venice
1.Reductions in size and enlargements
2.“Time the Painter”
3.The restoration of Antique sculpture
4.Pictorial restorations: Carlo Maratta
5.Controversies over Carlo Maratta
1.The origins of the transfer of frescos
2. The earliest transfers from panel
3.Polemics surrounding Robert Picault
4.The “tableaux du roy”
5.Experiments in the physics and chemistry of painting
6.A century of varnish
1.The “public paintings”
2.The direction of Pietro Edwards
3.The laboratory at Santi Giovanni e Paolo
4.Considerations on the restoration of paintings
5.Restorations after 1786
1.The legacy of the eighteenth century
2.Antique statues and panel paintings by the Early Masters
3.Revolutionary vandalism
4.Restorations in the Musée Central des Arts
5.Napoleonic requisitioning
1.Restoration and the Papacy
2.Romantic restoration
3.Restorations in Tuscany: from academy to purism
5.Ulisse Forni, Gaetano Bianchi and restoration in Florence
1.Frescos and polychromy
2.Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle and restoration as conservation
3.Guglielmo Botti and Cavalcaselle’s restorers
4.Science and restoration: experiments with the Pettenkofer method
5.Mosaics and polychromy in monuments of the Middle Ages
6.The years of Adolfo Venturi and Luigi Cantalamessa
7.Luigi Cavenaghi
Index of Names
Index of place names and works
Pigments
2.Deterioration, conservation and restoration terminology
Deterioration and ageing Patina
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Conti. History of the Restoration and Conservation of Works of Art

Conti. History of the Restoration and Conservation of Works of Art

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