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by David Scott

eBook Copper and Bronze in Art: Corrosion, Colorants, Conservation (Getty Trust Publications: Getty Conservation Institute) download ISBN: 0892366389
Author: David Scott
Publisher: Getty Conservation Institute; 1 edition (February 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 534
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Series: Getty Trust Publications: Getty Conservation Institute.

His publications include Ancient and Historic Metals, Metallography and Microstructure of Ancient and Historic Metals, and more than sixty published papers in conservation and scientific journals. Series: Getty Trust Publications: Getty Conservation Institute. Hardcover: 534 pages.

A detailed survey of conservation treatments for bronze objects is also provided

A detailed survey of conservation treatments for bronze objects is also provided. Four appendixes cover copper and bronze chemistry, replication experiments for early pigment recipes, a list of copper minerals and corrosion products, and X-ray diffraction studies. Pigments, corrosion products, and minerals are usually considered separately, either as painting materials or as the deterioration products of metals, even though they are often the same compounds.

Description David A. Scott Pigments, corrosion products, and minerals are . Scott Pigments, corrosion products, and minerals are usually considered separately, either as painting materials or as the deterioration products of metals, even though they are often the same compounds. The book also includes information on ancient and historical technologies, the nature of patina as it pertains to copper and bronze, and the use of copper corrosion materials as pigments.

It integrates information on pigments, corrosion and minerals, and discusses environmental conditions, conservation methods, ancient and historical technologies, and the use of corrosion materials as pigments. There are four appendices which deal with important collateral information.

Copper and Bronze in Art: Corrosion, Colorants, Conservation. Los Angeles, CA: The Getty Conservation Institute. a b Dent Weil, Phoebe (1974). Problems of Preservation of Out-Door Bronze Sculpture: Examination and Treatment of 'The Meeting of the Waters' in St. Louis, Missouri". 15 (1). ^ Morris, Kenneth; Jay W. Krueger (1979). The Use of Wet Peening in the Conservation of Outdoor Bronze Sculpture". Studies in Conservation. 24 (1): 40, 42. doi:10.

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Iron and Steel: Corrosion, Colorants, Conservation. Gerhard Eggert, David A. Scott. Conservation in Archaeology and the Applied Arts. Preprints of the contributions to the Stockholm Congress, 2–6 June 1975

Copper and Bronze in Art: Corrosion, Colorants, Conservation. Los Angeles, CA: Getty Publications, 2002, pp. 27–32. Selwyn, L. Metals and Corrosion: A Handbook for the Conservation Professional. Preprints of the contributions to the Stockholm Congress, 2–6 June 1975. London, UK: International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1975, pp. 207–214. Nanoporous Metals by Alloy Corrosion: Formation and Mechanical Properties.

Pigments, corrosion products, and minerals are usually considered separately, either as painting materials or as the deterioration products of metals, even though they are often the same compounds. This 190-year review of the literature on copper and its alloys integrates that information across a broad spectrum of interests that are all too frequently compartmentalized. The author discusses the various environmental conditions to which copper alloy objects may be exposed-including burial, outdoor, and indoor museum environments-and the methods used to conserve them. The book also includes information on ancient and historical technologies, the nature of patina as it pertains to copper and bronze, and the use of copper corrosion materials as pigments. Chapters are organized primarily by chemical corrosion products and include topics such as early technologies, copper chlorides and bronze disease, the chemistry and history of turquoise, Egyptian blue and other synthetic copper silicates, the organic salts of copper in bronze corrosion, and aspects of bronze patinas. A detailed survey of conservation treatments for bronze objects is also provided. Four appendixes cover copper and bronze chemistry, replication experiments for early pigment recipes, a list of copper minerals and corrosion products, and X-ray diffraction studies.