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- Publicado el Martes, 10 Julio 2012 12:09
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Call for papers
SYMPOSIUM VAN GOGH’S STUDIO PRACTICE
DATES 24-26June 2013
From May 2013toJanuary 2014the Van GoghMuseum, in close collaborationwith the Netherlands InstituteforCultural Heritage and Shell, will present the results of innovative and interdisciplinary research on Van Gogh’sworkingmethods in the context of his timeto a larger public.
An ambitiousexhibition at the Van Gogh Museum, accompanyingpublications and aninternational symposium will shed more light on Van Gogh’s useof animpressive range of materials and techniquesin order tounderstandtowhatextent his studio practice was influencedbyotherartists, books he read, and the conditions in which he lived and worked.
Scholars (curators, researchers, conservators, conservationscientists, physicists and chemists)working in the widerfield of 19th-century studies arekindlyinvitedto share their expertiseby presenting a paper or a poster.
The contributionsshall addressone of the followingthemes:
1. Materials and tools
2. Technique and finishing
3. Conditions (i.e. in a studio or in the open air, weather, in dim or well-litspaces, finance and health)
4. Know-how (theoretical and practical)
The organization of this symposium invites broad participation. Therefore, we would be most grateful if you could forward this call for papers to possible interested parties.
The deadline for the extended abstracts is 1 November 2012
Format for extended abstract
TITLE (14PT, BOLD, CENTERED)
Presenting Author, Other Authors, Senior Authors*(12pt, Normal)
Department Name, Institute name, Institute addresses (10pt, Normal)
E-mail: (9pt, Normal)
The one-page extended abstract should be typed in 10 point, Times New Roman, normal font, single space. Use A4 size paper with margins-top: 1 inch; bottom: 1inch; left: 1.25 inches; and right:1.25 inches. Cite the reference in parentheses e.g. Kotha et al  in the text. Reference should be typed in point, normal front, and single space. The entire abstract including text, figures, equations, structures, schemes and references must be sent as a MS-WORD DOC file. The printed area should be 5.8 inches (W) × 9.7 inches (L).