The National Gallery Technical Bulletin is a unique record of research carried out at the National Gallery. Drawing on the combined expertise of curators, conservators, and scientists, it brings together a wealth of information about artists' materials, practices, and techniques.
Volume 24 of the Technical Bulletin contains the following essays:
- Seurat’s Painting Technique: Theory, Practice, and Development
- Giulio Romano’s Birth of Jupiter: Studio Practice and Reputation
- The Two Tax Gatherers by Marinus van Reymerswaele: Original and Replica
- The Triptych of Saint Catherine and the Philosophers Attributed to Goossen van der Weyden in Southampton City Art Gallery
- “Black Earths”: A Study of Unusual Black and Dark Grey Pigments Used by Artists in the Sixteenth Century
- Fading and Color Change of Prussian Blue: Methods of Manufacture and the Influence of Extenders
- Pigment-Medium Interactions in Oil Paint Films Containing Red Lead or Lead-Tin Yellow
Ashok Roy is Director of Science at the National Gallery.