3 edition of On picture varnishes and their solvents found in the catalog.
On picture varnishes and their solvents
Robert L. Feller
|Statement||[by] Robert L. Feller, Elizabeth H. Jones [and] Nathan Stolow.|
|LC Classifications||ND1530 .F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||59048823|
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The authors describe the application and appearance of various varnishes, the protection Cited by: pt. 1: The solvents in spirit varnishes / Robert L. Feller: Description of spirit varnish --Fundamental organic compounds --Volatile solvents --pt. 2: Solvent action / Nathan Stolow: Solvent action: some fundamental researches into the picture-cleaning problem --pt.
3: Resins and the properties of varnishes / Robert L. Feller: The non-volatile. On picture varnishes and their solvents. Washington: National Gallery of Art, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Feller; Nathan Stolow; Elizabeth H Jones.
About this Item: Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH, Softbound. Cream wraps. xix, pp. No illus. This scholarly and highly technical book first came out in The major topics covered are solvents, solvent action, resins and the properties of varnishes, and the removal of varnish, with many headings and subheadings in each part.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(1). On Picture varnishes and their solvents. Revised and enlarged ed. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
Lomax, S.Q. and S.L. Fisher. An Investigation of the removability of naturally aged synthetic picture varnishes. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation – Lodge, R.
Telephone interview (22 September). Cite this Record. On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents. Feller, N. Stolow, E. Jones. Oberlin, Ohio: Intermuseum Conservation Association. (tDAR id Cited by: application, Louis Pomerantz’s book Is Your Contemporary Painting More Temporary Than You Think.
(Chicago, ) is an excellent starting point. The text On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents by Feller, Stolow and Jones (Washington, D.C., ) elucidates varnish formulation and behavior in great depth and is a superb work for repeated File Size: KB.
On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents by Robert L. Feller starting at $ On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Because of their solvent solubility and their ability to cause less yellowing over time, these triterpenoid resins are superior to conifers and copals as picture varnishes.
Mastic resin is exuded from Pistacia Lentiscus tree, which grows along the Mediterranean coasts, especially on Cited by: 4. varnishes, floor paints and enamels, varnishes, lacquers and floor finishes, white pigments, colored pigments, pigment dispersion etc.
The book contains addresses of plant & machinery suppliers with their Photographs. It will be a standard reference book for professionals, entrepreneurs, those studying NIIR Project Consultancy Services (NPCS) 9/ Excellent short book (29 pages) giving chemical and physical characteristics of solvent groups and their uses.
Hey, it sounds a lot like this chapter. It's available for cheap so get it. On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents by Feller, Stolow and Jones (available from American Institute for Conservation, approx. One of the first. RL Feller et al, On Picture Varnishes and their Solvents, National Gallery of Art, Washington, S Michalski, ' A physical model of varnish removal from oil paint', Preprints to International Institute for Conservation Congress, Brussels,pp Copies may be ordered from the Book Department, New York Glaze Institute, North Hamilton - Painted Post, New York The revised and enlarged edition of On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents by Feller, Stolow and Jones, may be obtained from.
Picture Varnish A final varnish, or picture varnish, is a fine art varnish that is meant to be used as a final coating over the completed artwork. There are many kinds of final varnishes available.
The following information should help you decide which type of varnish is right for your artwork. Removable vs.
Permanent A permanent varnish is File Size: KB. The Book Of The Varnishes, Guide, Alan Kardec $ Old Enamel Shop Street Sign Advertising Plaque Plate Nobles And Hoare's Varnishes. of a study of solvent-type varnishes. New findings concerning the formulation, analysis, classification, removal and aging of these materials were summarized in a number of publications, including a book, On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents, published by the.
used to test the solubility of varnish films; all three solvents may be ob-tained in a high degree of purity (On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents, Cleveland, The Press of Case-Western Reserve University, Rev. Edition,p. Note 5). We' ve known for some time that the mixtures with.
were made in a review of the second edition of the book On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents, in which Stolow summarized his research, and they convey the uncertainty with which the findings on leaching were initially received.
Unlike the related phenomenon of. Picture Varnish A final varnish, or picture varnish, is a fine art varnish that is meant to be used as a final coating over the completed artwork. There are many kinds of final varnishes available. The following information should help you decide which type of varnish is right for your artwork.
Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents will not be reviewed in detail, but will merely be referred to1. Picture varnish is of the solvent type, consisting simply of a volatile solvent and a non-volatile thermoplastic substance.
A varnish may be 'new' with respect to either component. Solvents Only brief mention will be made of : Robert L. Feller. He is coauthor of the book On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents, reprinted inand editor of Volume 1, Artists' Pigments, A Handbook of Their History and Char- acteristics, published in by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
The Complete Book on Resins (Alkyd, Amino, Phenolic, Polyurethane, Epoxy, Silicone, Acrylic), Paints, Varnishes, Pigments & Additives (Surface Coating Products with Formulae)(3rd Revised Edition) Surface coating is the application of decorative or protective materials in liquid or powder form to substrates.
He is author of the book, Accelerated Aging: Photochemical and Thermal Effects; editor of Artists' Pigments, Volume 1; co-author with N. Stolow and E.
Jones of On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents, and with M. Wilt, Evaluation of Cellulose Ethers for Conservation. In their excellent book, American Painters on Technique: The Colonial Period toconservators Lance Mayer and Gay Myers record the trend: The process of “oiling out”—applying a thin layer of oil to dried paint before beginning a new painting session—had been common since the eighteenth century, although some artists criticized the.
Robert L. Feller. 01 May Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents. Robert Feller. About the material. This book is part of Varnish Software’s () official training material for Varnish material is primarily.
These strong solvents pose a major risk to the paint layer. synthetic-resin varnish – can anyone list an example. Gamvar as already mentioned, also W&N’s Conserv-Art. Most of the artists’ picture varnishes sold for oil paintings are now this type of thing.
Einion. Retouching varnishes Picture varnishes LEFRANC Technical Guide for Oil painting is available on request from: LEFRANC & BOURGEOIS - 5, rue René Panhard - LE MANS Cédex 02 - FRANCE Tel.: (+33) 02 43 83 83 00 - [email protected] varnish is used to eliminate sinking (areas of a painting that become matt owing to theabsorption of the resin and/or oil by the underlying layers).It is also.
Damar Varnish is considered to be the best of the natural picture varnishes. It increases the brilliance of colors and provides a moderately high gloss. Damar Varnish protects oil and alkyd paintings by preventing dust and airborne contaminants from adhering.
It also responds readily to ordinary solvents used in painting restoration. The actual boiling of some oils changes their drying characteristics, true.
With linseed oil, though, it is the addition of certain solvents that causes linseed oil to dry more quickly, acting as if it were boiled.
This makes it a better product for preserving tool handles, decks, and furniture. The solubility of these materials are investigated and solvents are chosen based on their solubility characteristics. The task of restorers is to remove the old varnish without attacking the underlying original painting.
Hansen solubility parameters have been used since the late s to select solvents for the removal of varnishes. Scott Gellatly, product development manager at Gamblin, writes: “Gamvar does not have a specific shelf life, compared to other varnishes. As the case with all varnishes, however, they are best used as fresh as possible.
Painters should buy the size container that is appropriate for their needs and use it. The clinical picture of chronic solvent encephalopathy due to different solvents seems to be very similar, which is rather surprising considering their few physical and chemical properties (Keski-Säntti et al., ; Spee et al., ).
Thus, the focus is on solvent encephalopathy seen in occupational settings due to hydrocarbons and not the. 4. WATER VARNISHES: These varnishes are formed by dissolving shellac in hot water, using enough quantity of either ammonia, borax, potash or soda.
They are used for varnishing wall papers, maps, pictures, book jackets etc Types of varnishes POLYURETHANE: varnishes are typically hard, abrasion-resistant, and durable coatings.
Exposure to Paint, Varnish, and Other Solvents Is Linked to Increased Risk of MS Researchers in Sweden find more evidence that exposure to lung irritants raises MS risk in those who carry the MS gene. Mark Leonard, Jill Whitten, Robert Gamblin and E. René de la Rie Abstract As a natural outgrowth of research on synthetic low molecular weight resins for picture varnishes, a new retouching paint was developed in a collaborative effort involving conservators, conservation scientists and an artists’ materials manufacturer.
A urea-aldehyde resin produced by BASF was chosen [ ]. Varnishes are solutions of natural or synthetic resins in organic solvents that dry when spread thinly on a surface.
The dried films are solid and relatively transparent. According to the composition of the solution, the films exhibit varying qualities of gloss, protective ability, flexibility, and durability.
Traditional picture varnishes, which are based on natural materials, deteriorate over time, causing yellowing, loss of transparency, and, eventually, cracking. Because these degraded varnishes obscure the images beneath them, they are removed periodically in conservation treatments and replaced by new ones.
Artists and conservators alike have. Old varnishes are then often removed with rather polar solvents, which can damage the painting by swelling and leaching of paint components  .
lt is therefore desirable to deepen our Author: Ken Sutherland.These varnishes are prepared by dissolving resins in volatile solvents. The solvent volatilizes and only the film of resin remains sticking on the surface of the article. The main difference between these and oil varnishes is that these dry up within minutes of their application.Inthe first edition of On Picture Varnishes and Their Solvents was published, with major contributions from Stolow, and co-edited by him with Robert Feller and Elizabeth Jones.
This book, and its two subsequent revisions, outlines a modern, scientifically informed understanding of how paintings should be cleaned, and remains an important.