FAIC Samuel H. Kress Conservation Publication Fellowships

FAIC has awarded FAIC Samuel H. Kress Conservation Publication Fellowships since 1994. Most of the Fellowships have resulted in publication of the completed manuscript. The following published works have filled significant gaps in the conservation literature and have become standard texts which have greatly enriched the profession. (Fellowship recipients are identified in boldface.)

Books Published

Sylvia Albro, Fabriano: City of Medieval and Renaissance Papermaking (Oak Knoll, 2016). 240 pages.

Barbara AppelbaumConservation Treatment Methodology (Elsevier, 2007). 468 pages.

Barbara Appelbaum, Preserve, Protect, and Defend (Barbara Appelbaum books, 2018). 388 pages.

Cathleen BakerFrom the Hand to the Machine:  Nineteenth-century American Papers and Mediums: Technologies, Materials, and Conservation (Legacy Press, 2010). 400 pages.

Gerhard Banik and Irene BrücklePaper and Water: A Guide for Conservators (Elsevier, 2010). 576 pages.

Vicki Cassman, Nancy Odegaard, and Joseph Powell, Human Remains. Guide for Museums and Academic Institutions (Alta Mira Press, 2006). 336 pages.

Michele R. Derrick, Dusan C. Stulik, James M. Landry, Infrared Spectroscopy in Conservation Science (J. Paul Getty Trust, Getty Conservation Institute, 1999). 320 pages.

Mary-Lou E. FlorianFungal Facts: Solving Fungal Problems in Heritage Collections (Archetype Publications, 2002). 152 pages.

Mary-Lou E. FlorianProtein Facts: Fibrous Proteins in Cultural and Natural History Artifacts (Archetype Publications, 2007). 160 pages.

Mary-Lou E. Florian, Comparative Anatomy of Branches, Roots and Wood of Some North American Dicotyledonous and Coniferous Trees and Woody Shrubs Used in Ethnographic Artifacts : Identification and Conservation Concerns (University of British Columbia, Open Library, 2016). https://open.library.ubc.ca/cIRcle/collections/ubccommunityandpartnerspublicati/52387/items/1.0306940

Pamela Hatchfield, Pollutants in the Museum Environment: Practical Strategies for Problem Solving in Design, Exhibition and Storage (Archetype Publications, 2002). 204 pages.

Martin JürgensThe Digital Print: Identification and Preservation (J. Paul Getty Trust, Getty Conservation Institute, 2009). 304 pages.

Lance Mayer and Gay Myers, American Painters on Technique:  The Colonial Period to 1860 (Getty Publications, 2011). 276 pp.

Julia MillerBooks Will Speak Plain:  A Handbook for Identifying and Describing Historical Bindings (Legacy Press, 2010). 592 pages.

Nancy Odegaard, Scott Carroll, and Werner S. Zimmt, Material Characterization Tests for Objects of Art and Archaeology, 2nd edition (Archetype Publications, 2005). 230 pages.

Yoshiyuki Nishio, Japanese Folding Screen: A Tutorial Video (FAIC, forthcoming 2019).

Alice Boccia Paterakis, Organic Compounds and the Conservation of Inorganic Materials (Archetype Publications, 2016). 121 pages.

Sylvie Pénichon, Twentieth-Century Color Photographs: Identification and Care (Getty Publications, 2013). 360 pages.

Roy PerkinsonThe Restoration of Engravings, Drawings, Books, and Other Works on Paper  (J. Paul Getty Trust, Getty Conservation Institute, 2006). 304 pages.

Lois Olcott PriceLine, Shade and Shadow: The Fabrication and Preservation of Architectural Drawings (Oak Knoll Press and the Winterthur Museum, 2010). 432 pages.

Toby Raphael and Felicity Devlin, Conservation Standards & Guidelines for Exhibitions Utilizing Museum Collections (American Institute for Conservation, 2011 and on-going). http://www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/6.3_Exhibitions_and_Display_Cases.

Chandra ReedyThin-Section Petrography of Stone and Ceramic Cultural Materials (Archetype Publications, 2008). 266 pages.

Jane Merritt and Julie A. ReillyPreventive Conservation for Historic House Museums (Alta Mira, 2009).  216 pages.

Nicholas Eastaugh, Valentine Walsh, Ruth Sidall, Tracey Chaplin, Pigment Compendium: Optical Microscopy of Historical Pigments (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2004). 456 pages.

Nicholas Eastaugh, Valentine Walsh, Ruth Sidall, Tracey Chaplin, Pigment Compendium: A Dictionary of Historical Pigments (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2004). 521 pages.

Nicholas Eastaugh, Valentine Walsh, Ruth Sidall, Tracey Chaplin, Pigment Compendium: CD-ROM (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2005).

Nicholas Eastaugh, Valentine Walsh, Ruth Sidall, Tracey Chaplin, Pigment Compendium: A Dictionary and Optical Microscopy of Historic Pigments   (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2008). 960 pages.

 John WatsonArtifacts in Use (Organ Historical Society, 2010). 249 pages.

 Marianne WebbLacquer: Technology and Conservation: a Comprehensive Guide to the Technology and Conservation of Asian and European Lacquer (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000). 200 pages.

 Glenn WhartonThe Painted King: Art, Activism, and Authenticity in Hawaii (University of Hawaii Press, 2011). 232 pages.

 George WheelerAlkoxysilanes and the Consolidation of Stone (J. Paul Getty Trust, Getty Conservation Institute, 2005). 160 pages.

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