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Title: An Investigation into the Materials, Structure and Degradation Behavior of Portraits by William Sawyer
Authors: Haynes, Lindsay
Keywords: art conservation
painting materials
painting techniques
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: ANAGPIC
Citation: Haynes, Lindsay. 2006. "An Investigation into the Materials, Structure and Degradation Behavior of Portraits by William Sawyer." ANAGPIC.
Abstract: Art historical research into the life and career of William Sawyer, and an investigation into his painting methods through a survey of previous condition reports of his works, and Aerertifre examination of one representational painting, "Portrait of Clark Wright" and Sawyer's palette.
Description: The article contains many images created by Lindsey Haynes. These images have been ingested into DSpace as part of the article. The images are titled as follows by appearance in the paper: Portrait of Clark Wright, William Sawyer, 1886; Map of Sawyer’s itinerant activity; The Artist Inspired, William Sawyer, 1884; Sawyer’s paint box; Sawyer’s home and studio at 72 Earl Street; Portrait of Clark Wright verso; Pencil holder in Sawyer’s paint box; X-ray of Portrait of Clark Wright (bottom half); X-ray of Portrait of Clark Wright (top half); Sawyer’s palette; Winsor & Newton ‘Flake White’ paint tube from Sawyer’s paint box; Cross sections from black and gray design areas of Portrait of Clark Wright (image1); Cross sections from black and gray design areas of Portrait of Clark Wright (image 2); Detail from middle-left edge of Portrait of Clark Wright, showing paint layers; Sawyer’s signature; Typical Sawyer “sausage” hand; Typical gilt frame found on Sawyer oval portraits; Portrait of Clark Wright in raking light; Detail of Portrait of Robert J. Carson, 1881, in raking light, showing crack patterns; Bitumen damage on one of Sawyer’s self-portraits; Severe water damage to Portrait of Rev. Professor James Williamson, William Sawyer, 1887.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/3232
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