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Title: Collaborative Efforts for Paint Analysis: Two Opportunities for Technical Examination of Major Works in Tandem with Out side Institutions (Additional Title -- Technical Study of Interior Finishes in the William Byrd, III House at Colonial Williamsburg
Authors: Locblich, Natasha
Keywords: architectural materials
art conservation
paint analysis
cross-section microscopy
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: ANAGPIC
Citation: Locblich, Natasha. 2005. "Collaborative Efforts for Paint Analysis: Two Opportunities for Technical Examination of Major Works in Tandom with Out side Institutions (Additional Title -- Technical Study of Interior Finishes in the William Byrd, III House at Colonial Williamsburg." ANAGPIC.
Abstract: This paper is an examination of the interior finishes of a colonial house in Williamsburg, Virginia. Cross-section microscopy and other analytical techniques were used to understand the composition of the eighteenth-century finishes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/3219
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