May 17 and 18, 2009

Harold Williams Auditorium
The Getty Center, Los Angeles



Conference Day Two: Monday, May 18, 2009


Session Three
Exhibition Issues for Panel Paintings

Special Exhibitions and Panel Paintings: A Curatorial Perspective (34:41)

Allowable Microclimatic Variations for Painted Wood: Direct Tracing of Damage Development (29:20)

Structural and Climate Control Systems for Thinned Panel Paintings (18:18)

Update on Microclimate Vitrines (30:07)

Further Studies on the Benefits and Disadvantages of Adding Silica Gel to Microclimate Packages for Panel Paintings (28:08)

The PROPAINT Project: Preliminary Results from Studying Gaseous Pollutants within Microclimate Frames (24:53)

Panel Discussion (21:07)


Session Four
The Panel Paintings Initiative

An Overview of the Panel Paintings Initiative (16:41)

The Preliminary Results of a Needs Assessment Study for the Field of Panel Paintings Conservation (36:50)

Future Needs for the Field of Panel Paintings Conservation: A moderated discussion with the Panel Paintings Initiative Advisory Group (1:43:56)



SESSION THREE
Exhibition Issues for Panel Paintings




Introduction: Mark Leonard, J. Paul Getty Museum

Special Exhibitions and Panel Paintings:  A Curatorial Perspective (34:41)
Maryan Ainsworth, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York






Allowable Microclimatic Variations for Painted Wood: Direct Tracing of Damage Development (29:20)
Roman Kozowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków


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Structural and Climate Control Systems for Thinned Panel Paintings (18:18)
PierPaolo Monfardini, (Paper presented by Sue Ann Chui, J. Paul Getty Museum)


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Update on Microclimate Vitrines (30:07)
Laurent Sozzani, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


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Further Studies on the Benefits and Disadvantages of Adding Silica Gel to Microclimate Packages for Panel Paintings (28:08)
Mervin Richard, National Gallery, Washington D.C.


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The PROPAINT Project: Preliminary Results from Studying Gaseous Pollutants within Microclimate Frames (24:53)
Morten Ryhl-Svendsen, National Museum of Denmark, Denmark


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Panel Discussion (21:07)


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SESSION FOUR
The Panel Paintings Initiative




Introduction: David Bomford, J. Paul Getty Museum

An Overview of the Panel Paintings Initiative (16:41)
Antoine Wilmering, Getty Foundation
David Bomford, J. Paul Getty Museum
Kathleen Dardes, Getty Conservation Institute


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The Preliminary Results of a Needs Assessment Study for the Field of Panel Paintings Conservation (36:50)
Literature survey: Anne Haack Christensen, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
Training institutes:  Mikkel Scharff, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Conservation, Copenhagen
Museums and conclusion: Jørgen Wadum, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen


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Future Needs for the Field of Panel Paintings Conservation: A moderated discussion with the Panel Paintings Initiative Advisory Group (1:43:56)
David Bomford, J. Paul Getty Museum and Alan Phenix, Getty Conservation Institute (moderators)
Advisory Committee members:
George Bisacca, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Simon Bobak, Ebury Street Studios, London
Marco Ciatti, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence
Ian McClure, Yale University Art Gallery
Paul van Duin, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Jørgen Wadum, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen


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Last updated: July 2009