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Materials of Art and Archaeology


Part III. Organic Materials

Norbert S. Baer

Conservation Center

Institute of Fine Arts

New York University

October 2000


Part I. Inorganic Materials (2003).

Part II. Metals (1999).

Part III. Organic Materials (2003).

Part IV. Instrumental Methods (2003).

Part V. Environment (1999).

Part VI. Museology (2003).

Part VII. Dating and Provenance (2003).

Part VIII Library and Archive Materials (2003).

Part IX Stone (1999).

Part X. Dyes and Pigments (2003).

Cumulative Index

May be obtained from:

Conservation Center

Institute of Fine Arts

New York University

14 East 78th Street

New York, New York 10021

October 2000



Adhesives: General 1

Adhesives: Textiles 2

Adhesives: Wood 2

Amino Acids and Proteins 2

Asphalt and Bitumen 2

Autoxidation: Drying Oils 4

Biodeterioration 4

Biodeterioration: Pesticides 6

Carbohydrates 6

Cellulose Ethers 6

Color: History and Technology 7

Color: Science 8

Dyes 11

Dyes: Alizarin 12

Dyes: Cochineal 12

Dyes: Gamboge 12

Dyes: Indigo 13

Dyes: Madder Red 13

Dyes: Tumeric 13

Enzymes 13

Ethnographic Leather 14

General Organic Chemistry References 14

Ivory and Bone 14

Leather 15

Lining of Paintings 16

Natural Products 17

Paints and Coatings 18

Panel Paintings: Warping 18

Phenols 19

Polymer Chemistry 19

Soaps and Detergents 21

Solvents 21

Solvents: Acetone 22

Solvents: Benzene 22

Solvents: Cellosolve 23

Solvents: Diacetone Alcohol 23

Textiles 23

Toxicity 24

Varnishes 25

Waxes 26

Wood: Conservation 26

Wood: Technology 28

Wood: Waterlogged 29


Adhesives: General

K.W. Allen et al., Adhesion, K.W. Allen, Editor, Volumes I and II, (Based on papers presented at yearly conferences on Adhesion and Adhesives) Elsevier Applied Science Publishers Ltd., Barking, U.K., Volume I (1977) 315pp: Volume II (1978) 324pp.

Anon., "Araldite as an Aid to Archaeology," Ciba Technical Notes, No.218 (1961) p.10.

Anon., "About the Use of Some Araldite Resins in the Restoration Workshop," Ergänzungsbände des Berliner Jahrbuchs für Vor  und Frühgeschichte 1 1 3 (1964).

Anon.,"A Primer on Household Glues," Consumer Reports 42 No.10 576 580 (October 1977).

ASTM, "Adhesion Measurement of Thin Films, Thick Films and Bulk Coatings," Symposium presented at American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia (1976) 402pp.

J.J. Bikerman, The Science of Adhesive Joints, Academic Press, New York (1961) vii + 258pp.

N.M. Bikales, Editor, Adhesion and Bonding: Encyclopedia Reprints, Wiley Interscience, New York (1971) x + 208pp.

R. Blumquist, Adhesives, Past Present and Future, American Society for Testing of Materials, Baltimore (1964).

British Standards Institution, Classification of Adhesives. BS 5407 (1976) 13pp.

C.V. Cagle, Adhesive Bonding, McGraw Hill, New York (1968) ix + 35lpp.

Conservation Department, Victoria and Albert Museum, "Some Materials and Commercial Products Used in Conservation, with Details of Their Supplies," Mimeographed 10pp.

N.A. De Bruyne, Editor, Adhesion and Adhesives, Elsevier, Amsterdam (1965 1967) 2 volumes.

E. DeWitte and M. Goessens Landrie, "The Use of Synthetic Polymers in Conservation An Annotated Bibliography: 1932 1974," AATA 13 No.1 201 281 (1976): 13 No.2 279 354 (1976).

J.L. Down,..., Adhesive Testing at the Canadian Conservation Institute, CCI, Ottawa, Canada (1992). 34pp.

R.S. Fraser, et al., "Method of Inducing High Frequency Electric Current into a Thermosetting Adhesive Joint," Forest Products Journal 25 No.9 82 (September 1975).

N.I. Gaynes, "Acrylic Resins are the Technology," Metal Finishing 74 No. 10 47 54 (1976).

B.F. Goodrich Chemical Co., Latexes in Adhesive Systems (undated) 76pp.

D.J. Gordon, "Surface Properties of Silicone Release Coatings," Adhesives Age 19 No.6 21 27 (1976).

R. Henderwaldner, "The Use of Epoxy Resin Adhesives," Adhesion 6 446 458 (1962).

B. Herman, Adhesives Recent Developments, Noyes Data Corporation, Park Ridge, New Jersey (1976) 302pp.

R. Houwink, Editor, Adhesion and Adhesives, Elsevier, New York (1965).

International Center for the Study of The Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Synthetic Materials Used in the Conservation of Cultural Property, Rome (1963)

L.-H. Lee, Editor, Fundamentals of Adhesion Plenum, New York (1990) 454pp.

E.J. Lehmann, Adhesives: A Bibliography with Abstracts 1970 1975, NTIS PS 75 704 (1975).

H. Lehmann, "Synthetic Materials for Impregnation and Adhesion of Artistic or Decorative Paintings," Maltechnik Restauro 1 No. 2 105 108 (1972).

W.J. Marion, "Epoxide Resins," Research 7 351 355 (1954).

H.F. Mark, "Polymers for Extreme Service Conditions," Macromolecules 10 No. 5 (1977).

E.P. McGuire, Adhesives Raw Materials Handbook, Padrick, New Jersey (1964) 129pp.

K. Meyerhans, "Twenty Years of Araldite," Ciba Publication No. 33870 (1966) pp.2 3.

P. Michaels, "Epoxy Resins," IIC AG Bulletin 1 No.2 12 (1961).

Mitsubishi Chemical Industries, "Strong PVA Adhesive Composition," JAP 761029, 534, Japenese Patent Report, 76, No. 35, GpGI (1976).

Noyes Data Corporation, Adhesives, Guidebook and Directory, New Jersey (1972).

D.E. Packham, Editor, Handbook of Adhesion John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New Jersey (1993). 544pp.

S.E. Podlaseck, Nonmetallic Materials Handbook. Volume I: Epoxy Materials, NASA CR 3133 (May 1979) 249pp. Available NTIS.

E.G. Rochow, Silicon & Silicones, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1987). xi + 180pp.

A. Rosequist, "New Methods for the Consolidation of Fragile Objects," Recent Advances in Conservation, IIC (1963) pp. 140 144.

L. Sharpe, Adhesives, Institute of Science and Technology (April 1964).

J. Shields, Adhesives Handbook, CRC Press, Cleveland (1970) 355pp.

I. Skeist, Handbook of Adhesives, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York (1977) 291pp.

R.C. Snogren, "All You Need to Know About Adhesives," Popular Science 92 97 (December 1971).

W.C. Wake, Adhesion and the Formulation of Adhesives, 2nd Edition, Applied Science Publishers, Ltd., London and New York (1982, c.1976).

W.C. Wake, "Sticking Together to Last," Spectrum No.159 7 10 (1979).

R.F. Webb, "Modern Glues," Research 13 (December 1960).

See Also: Adhesives: Paper; Adhesives: Textiles; Adhesives: Wood; Library Binding; Lining of Paintings; and Polymer Testing.

Adhesives: Textiles

P. Himmelstein and B. Appelbaum, "The Use of Sprayed PVA Resin Mixtures in the Mounting of Textiles," American Institute for Conservation Journal 17 No.l 37 44 (1977).

Huels Chemische Werke, "The Use of Adhesion Promoting Additives in Textile Hot Melt Adhesives Based on Copolyamides," Brit. I, 504, 579, 4pp.

A. Lapitskii et al., "Epoxy Resin Binder for Textiles and Lacquer," USSR 478,850: Soviet.Invent. Ill. 10 No.34 (1976).

J. Leene, "Restoration and Preservation of Ancient Textiles and Natural Science," Recent Advances in Conservation, IIC (1963) pp.190 191.

K. Marko, "Experiments in Supporting a Tapestry Using the Adhesive Method," The Conservator 2 26 29 (1978).

P. Reeves, "Some Techniques of Textile Conservation Including the Use of a Vacuum Hot Table," Preservation of Paper and Textiles: Advances in Chemistry Series 164 (1977) pp.181 188.

See Also: Adhesives: General; and Adhesives: Textiles.

Adhesives: Wood

M. Adamca, "Evaluation of Adhesives with Regard to Dielectric Heating," Dreuo 31 No.l 7 9 (1976).

Anon., "Polyvinyl Acetate Adhesives for Wood," Building Digest, Gartson No.209 (1978).

W. Clad, "0n the Elasticity of Cured Glue Lines in Wood Bondings," Holz als Roh-und Werkstoff 23 (1965).

W. Domaslowski and T. Zaremba, "Research on the Optimal Conditions for Impregnation of Wood with Epoxy Resins in Solutions," Zeszyty Naukowe UMK, Zabytkoznawstwo i Konserwatorstevo 3 No.28 215 228 (1968).

T. Furino, "Structure of Interface Between Wood and Synthetic Polymers," Abstracts Bulletin, Institute of Paper Chemistry 46 No.11, Abstract 11109 (1976).

M. Hamsik, "The Flattening and Stabilization of Soft Wood Panel Paintings by Means of a Method Which Respects Their Original Technical Structure," Conservation of Wood in Paintings and the Decorative Arts (1978) pp.175 177.

R. Hoyle, "Designing Wood Structures Bonded with Elastomeric Adhesives," Forest Products Journal 26 No.3 (1976).

V.A. Ivanov et al., "Cross Linkable PVA Wood Adhesive," USSR 452,572: Soviet Invent. IV No.5 GpGI (1976).

R.A. Laidlaw, "Polyvinyl acetate Glues for Wood," BRE Inf. 15 5/76 News Timber Res., (March 1976).

See Also: Adhesives: General; and Wood: Conservation.

Amino Acids and Proteins

P.E. Hare, "Geochemistry of Proteins, Peptides and Amino Acids," Organic Geochemistry, Springer Verlag, New York (1969) Chapter 18.

P.E. Hare, "Amino Acid Composition by Column Chromatography," Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Biophysics, Volume 8, Edited by S.B. Needleman, Second Edition (1975) Chapter 7.

J.F. Henahan, "R. Bruce Merrifield, Designer of Protein Making Machine," C & E News, August 2, 1971, pp.22 26.

C.A.J. Hoeve and A.S. Tata, "The Structure of Water Absorbed in Collagen," Journal of Physical Chemistry 82 No.14 l660 1663 (1978).

M.L. Tanzer, "Cross Linking of Collagen," Science 180 561 566 (1973).

See also: DNA Profiling; Ivory and Bone; and Racemization Dating. (Part VII)

Asphalt and Bitumen

H. Abraham, Asphalts and Allied Substances, Their Occurence, Modes of Production, Uses in the Arts, and Methods of Testing, Vol. l, D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., Princeton (1960).

An American Artist, Handbook of Young Artists and Amateurs in Oil Painting, John Wiley, New York (1860).

A.D. Baynes Cope, "A Test for Pitch and Bitumen," The Analyst 80 No.956 839 840 (1955).

J.G. Bearn, The Chemistry of Paints, Pigments and Varnishes, Ernest Benn, Ltd., London (1923).

E. Berger, Beiträge zur Entwickelungsgeschichte der Maltechnik, Georg D.W. Callwey, Munich (1904).

Bertrauts Couture, Thomas Couture, sa vie, son oeuvre, son caractère, ses idées, sa méthode, LeGarrec, Paris (1932).

R.D. Bleck, "Das Pech von Ruppersdorf," Alt Thüringen 9 204-208 (1967).

A. Boime, "Newman Ryder, Couture and Hero Worship in Art History," American Art Journal 3 No.2 Fall 5 22 (1971).

H.A. Buttery, "Reynolds' Painting Technique," D. Hudson, Sir Joshua Reynolds, A Personal Study, Geoffrey Bles, London (1958).

B. Chaet, "Collage Transformed: Interview with Corrado Marca Relli," Arts 33 No.9 64 65 (1959).

G.V. Chilingarian and T.F. Yen, Editors, Bitumens, Asphalts and Tar Sands, Elsevier, Amsterdam (1978).

A.H. Church, The Chemistry of Paints and Painting, Seely and Co., Ltd., London (1890).

Color Index, 2nd Edition, The Society of Dyers and Colourists and American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, Lowell, Mass. (1956).

M. Cotter, E. Sayre and P. Meyers, A Study of the Materials and Techniques Used by Some 19th Century American Oil Painters by Means of Neutron Activation Analysis, Brookhaven National Laboratories (1972).

W. Cotton, Sir Joshua Reynolds and His Works, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, London (1856).

T. Couture, Conversations on Art Methods (Méthode et Entretiens d'Atelier). tr. by S.E. Stewart, G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1879).

A.G. Douglas and P.J. Grantham, "Fingerprint Gas Chromatography in the Analysis of Some Bitumens, Asphalts and Related Substances," In Advances in Organic Geochemistry 1973, B. Tissot and F. Bienner, Editors, Editions Technip, Paris (1974). pp. 261-276.

C.L. Eastlake, Methods and Materials of Painting of the Great Schools and Masters, Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans (1847; Reprint Dover Publications, New York,1960).

R.P. Evershed, K. Jerman and G. Eglington, "Pine Wood Origin for Pitch from the Mary Rose," Nature 314 528-530 (1985).

G. Field, Chromatography; or a Treatise on Colours and Pigments and Their Powers in Painting, New Edition, Tile and Bogue, London (1841).

H.E Field, The Technique of Oil Paintings and Other Essays, Ardsley House, Brooklyn (1913).

M. Fischer, The Permanent Palette, National Publishing Society, New York (1930).

R.B. Gettens and G.L. Stout, Paintings Materials, A Short Encyclopedia, Reprint: Dover Publications, New York (1966, c.1942).

T.J. Gullick, Painting Popularly Explained, 4th Ed., Crosby Lockwood and Co., London (1876).

R.D. Harley, Artists' Pigments c. 1600 1835: A Study in English Documentary Sources, 2nd Edition, Butterworth, London and Boston (1982, c.1970) asphaltum: pp.150-152, 156, 183; bitumen: pp.150-152.

M. Hess, Paint Film Defects, Reinhold, New York (1965).

A.J. Hoiberg, ed., Bituminous Materials: Asphalts, Tars and Pitches, Volumes I and II, Interscience Publishers, New York (1964).

C. Keck, Handbook on the Care of Paintings, 3rd Ed., American Association for State and Local History, Nashville (1976).

S. Keck, "Mechanical Alteration of the Paint Film,"
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