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Friday 10th June 2005, 9.30am-6.00pm
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
The 23rd Annual Gerry Hedley Student Symposium

Speakers and Titles
The materials and techniques of the c. 1307 Westminster Abbey sedilia’ – Lucy Wrapson, Courtauld Institute of Art

‘A Technical Reconstruction of the 13th century English Altarpiece from Westminster Abbey’ – Clare Heard, Hamilton Kerr Institute

‘The conservation and restoration of an early 17th century Dutch panel depicting an “Elegant Company” and art historical considerations’ – Filipe Duarte, Northumbria University

‘The treatment of a large painting from a country house collection, Simon de Vlieger’s “Siege of Amoy”, 1650’ – Catherine Nunn, Hamilton Kerr Institute

‘The treatment and technical examination of a large 19th century painting by Johann Friedrich Dieterich’ - Emma Fisher, Courtauld Institute of Art

‘An investigation into the original decoration and possible conservation of a painted settle in William Morris’s Red House’ – Helen Dowding, Courtauld Institute of Art

‘An investigation into the materials and pigments present in a series of 19th century gilded angels on panel’ – Elizabeth Sara Main, Northumbria University

‘The materials and technique of Marie-Louise von Motesiczky’ – Elena Lopez Calatayud, Courtauld Institute of Art

‘A historical contextualization of selected paintings by Kazimir Malevich, Ivan Kluin and Liubov Popova, c.1905-1925’ – Maria Kokkori, PhD Student, Courtauld Institute of Art

‘Ed Kienholz – the conservation problems with modern assemblage sculpture’ – Verity Rowe, Northumbria University

‘The use of selected materials for surface cleaning unvarnished paintings’ – Abigail Bagley-Young, Courtauld Institute of Art

‘ The practical use of fungistats in preventing mould growth on canvas’ – Tabitha Teuma, Hamilton Kerr Institute

‘A scientific investigation into the phenomenon of efflourescence on a 19th century watercolour and bodycolour painting in the Pre-Raphaelite tradition’ – Claire Schwikkard, Northumbria University

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