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Related Story: Ancient Art at Sea
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Related Story: True Colors
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Related Story: True Colors
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of For to Be a Farmer's Boy
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New evidence from colored washes that are now faded provides the opportunity to create digital simulations to approximate the unfaded appearance of three watercolors:...
Infrared Detail: Two figures in original design
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Infrared examination of A Garden in Nassau reveals that the watercolor originally included two older boys perched atop the wall to the left of the wooden gate; they were attempting to reach...
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of The Sponge Diver
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The Sponge Diver, 1898-99. Watercolor, over graphite, on moderately thick, moderately rough, cream...
Photomicrograph: Resist residue
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Tiny white particles, possibly residue from a resist, appear across the surface of Campfire, Adirondacks...
Conservation Information: Uncovering Watteau
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Conservation: An Introduction Works of art come to the conservation lab in various states of preservation. Each work requires special care to assess the materials and techniques used by the artist,...
Conservation Information: Uncovering Watteau
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of North Woods Club, Adirondacks
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New evidence from colored washes that are now faded provides the opportunity to create digital simulations to approximate the unfaded appearance of three watercolors:...
Photomicrograph: Design transfer using carbon paper
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Microscope examination of Man with Plow Horse, 1879, reveals that the design for the man, horse, and plow were transferred to the watercolor sheet using carbon paper. A one-to-one...
Photomicrograph: Red glaze and undissolved gum granules
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Glazing was a common practice among 19th-century watercolorists. A shiny surface, visible only when the watercolor is viewed at an angle, reveals where glazes have been applied. Homer’s use of glazes...
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