The twentieth century in paint
Grant number: LP0883309 | Funding period: 2009 - 2013
The art market is a major contributor to the Australian economy worth over $500M per annum. However many modern works created with new materials introduced in the 20th century in Australia and Southeast Asia exhibit problems with deterioration, and there is little research on the use and effects of these materials. Without answers to material based preservation questions collectors, curators and conservators cannot make informed decisions. This project, with partners in Australia, Asia, US and UK will provide fundamental information to assist in formulating management strategies, inform curatorship and develop innovative approaches to conservation and the manufacture of art materials.
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A Preliminary Investigation into the Behavior of Modern Artists’ Oil Paints in a Hot and Humid Climate
Claire Grech, Nicole Tse, Augustine Doronila, Xiaofei Duan, Amerrudin Ahmad, Musrizal Mat Isa
This volume represents 46 peer-reviewed papers presented at the Conference of Modern Oil Paints held in Amsterdam in 2018.