National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 22, 2001


Gustav A. Berger and William Russell, ‘Conservation of paintings: research and innovations’, Archetype Publications Ltd, London 2000. 10



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9 Gustav A. Berger and William Russell, ‘Conservation of paintings: research and innovations’, Archetype Publications Ltd, London 2000.

10 Analyses of the paint and ground materials were carried out by Marika Spring in the Scientific Department of the National Gallery.

11 The linen lining canvas used in the tests was a fine, medium-weight fabric manufactured by the Ulster Weavers, 44 Montgomery Rd, Castlereagh, Belfast. The fabric has, on average, 19–20 threads per cm in the warp direction and 15–16 threads per cm in the weft.

12 Christina Young, ‘Measurement of the biaxial tensile properties of paintings on canvas’, PhD Thesis, Imperial College, University Of London, 1996, Chapter 10, pp. 174–92.

13 Paul Ackroyd, 'Glue-paste lining of paintings: an evaluation of the bond performance and relative stiffness of some glue-paste linings', ‘Preprints to the UKIC Lining and Backing Conference’, 1995, pp. 83–91. Nineteenth-century glue-paste adhesives tended to be formulated with larger proportions of animal glue. For example, Mogford recommends a recipe consisting of 'equal parts flour and glue', see Mogford, cited in note 1, p. 10.




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