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# Title Authors Working Group Venue/Year Presented Paper/poster
1 ‘A perfect ground is the very soul of the art’ (Kingston 1835): ground recipes for oil painting, 1600–1900 Maartje Witlox*, Leslie Carlyle Paintings The Hague 2005 Paper
2 ‘Anti-scrape’ in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: the reconstruction of the colours of Cuypers Anne van Grevenstein* Sculpture and Polychromy The Hague 2005 Paper
3 ‘Pesce, polyurethane and what happens today’. Results from the AXA Art Conservation Project in cooperation with the Vitra Design Museum Kathrin Kessler*, Thea B van Oosten Modern Materials and Contemporary Art The Hague 2005 Paper
4 A ‘green’ approach to antique textile cleaning Maria João Melo*, Micaela Sousa, Ana Aguiar-Ricardo, Paula Cruz Textiles The Hague 2005 Paper
5 A ‘single-shot’ separation and identification technique for water extractable additives in acrylic emulsion paints Gregory Dale Smith* Scientific Research The Hague 2005 Paper
6 A case study in laser cleaning: soot removal Kate Seymour*, Sjoerd Postma Scientific Research The Hague 2005 Poster
7 A collection of ceramics damaged by acetate salts: conservation and investigation into the causes Lieve Halsberghe*, Lorraine T. Gibson, David Erhardt Ceramics The Hague 2005 Paper
8 A local microscopic model for silver mirroring: assessment of the degradation rate Giovanna Di Pietro*, Rudolf Gschwind, Frank J Ligterink Photographic Records The Hague 2005 Poster
9 A matter of scale? From sculpture to interior: the conservation of polychrome surfaces René Hoppenbrouwers*, Kate Seymour, Anne van Grevenstein, Angelique Friedrichs, Arnold Truyen Sculpture and Polychromy The Hague 2005 Paper
10 A new corrosion mechanism for iron shipwrecks in seawater: a study of the Fujikawa Maru (1944) in Chuuk Lagoon, Federated States of Micronesia Ian D MacLeod* Metals The Hague 2005 Paper
11 A paradigm shift for preventive conservation, and a software tool to facilitate the transition Robert Waller*, Stefan Michalski Preventive Conservation The Hague 2005 Paper
12 A preliminary study of the use of bathophenanthroline iron test strips on textiles Jan Vuori*, Season Tse Textiles The Hague 2005 Paper
13 A problem of methodology: Merrifield, Eastlake and the use of oil-based media by medieval English painters Jilleen Nadolny* Theory and History of Conservation The Hague 2005 Paper
14 A study of the materials and techniques of two Dayak longhouse models Timothy S Hayes*, Angie Liow, Alvin Tee Ethnographic Collections The Hague 2005 Paper
15 Accuracy, precision and investigation: mordant analysis on antique textiles by various methods Laure Dussubieux*, Dan Naedel, Roland Cunningham, Harry Alden, Mary W Ballard Textiles The Hague 2005 Paper
16 Ageing studies of acrylic emulsion paints. Part II. Comparing formulations with poly(EA-co-MMA) and poly(n-BA-co-MMA) binders Oscar Chiantore*, Dominique Scalarone, Tom Learner Modern Materials and Contemporary Art The Hague 2005 Paper
17 Allowable thresholds in dynamic changes of microclimate for wooden cultural objects: monitoring in situ and modelling Roman Kozlowski*, Lukasz Bratasz, Slawomir Jakiela Preventive Conservation The Hague 2005 Paper
18 An anatomical collection dissected: practical implementation of a national de-accessioning project Andries J. van Dam*, Babke Aarts, Oskar Brandenburg Natural History Collections The Hague 2005 Paper
19 Analyses de savons de plomb présents dans des produits cosmétiques et pharmaceutiques antiques Marine Cotte*, Philippe Walter, Paul Dumas Scientific Research The Hague 2005 Paper
20 Analysis of elemental sulphur (S8) in waterlogged archaeological wood Stephanie Erpenbeck*, Theodore Skinner Wet Organic Archaeological Materials The Hague 2005 Paper
21 Analysis of synthetic dyes in an embroidery of Emile Bernard (circa 1892) M R van Bommel*, A M Wallert, I Vanden Berghe, J Wouters, J Barnett, R Boitelle Textiles The Hague 2005 Paper
22 Analysis of the potential of using forced ventilation for environmental control in museological spaces in tropical conditions Eduardo Krüger*, Silmara Küster de Paula Carvalho Preventive Conservation The Hague 2005 Paper
23 Analytical characterization of the main component found in logwood-dyed textile samples after extraction with hydrochloric acid Anita Quye*, Alison N Hulme, Hamish McNab, David A Peggie, Ina Vanden Berghe, Jan Wouters Scientific Research The Hague 2005 Paper
24 Ancient textiles – recent knowledge: a multidisciplinary research project on textile fragments from the prehistoric salt mine of Hallstatt Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer*, Anna Hartl, Maarten R van Bommel, Ineke Joosten, Hans Reschreiter, Karina Grömer, Helga Mautendorfer, Michaela Morelli Textiles The Hague 2005 Paper
25 Antioxidants for stabilization of iron gall ink corrosion Jana Kolar*, Matija Strlic Graphic Documents The Hague 2005 Paper
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