London: Tate Gallery, 1999. Softcover. Color-illustrated softcover with gray, blue, red, and black lettering. 215 pp. Color and BW illustrations. How did Francis Bacon's painting materials differ from those used by Hogarth? How did Whistler achieve harmony in his paintings and what was the legacy for his pupils and followers...
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Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1993. Paperback. Color-illustrated wraps. 178 pp. Numerous bw and a few color plates. With an introduction and 6 main essays focusing on Renaissance casting practices, medieval pasteprints, techniques and materials of Gauguin, Whistler prints, El Greco, and varnish in French paintings. The inaugural volume on Conservation Research.