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Atil, E., W. T. Chase, and P. Jett. 1985. Islamic metalwork in the Freer Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.

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Belard, R. N. 2010. The May 1st Sutra: Conservation of a Nara-period handscroll. Journal of the Institute of Conservation, Institute of Conservation, Volume 33, No. 1, 93–109.

Belard, R. N., H. Higuchi, and J. Perry. 2009. Furunori (aged wheat starch paste): challenges of production in non-traditional settings. Journal of the Institute of Conservation, Institute of Conservation, Volume 32, No. 1, 31–51.

Bernstein, J. R., and B. McCarthy. 2002. Examination of Gilded Bronze Artifacts Using Nondestructive Eddy Current Techniques, ed. P. B. Vandiver, M. Goodway, and J. L. Mass. In Proceedings of the Materials Research Society 712:119–27.

Bernstein, J. R., and B. McCarthy. 2003. Non-destructive characterization of gilded bronze using swept and pulsed eddy current techniques. In Conservation Science 2002, ed. J. Townsend, K. Eremin, and A. Adriaens, 222–26. Contributions to the conference held in Edinburgh, Scotland, 22–24 May 2002. London: Archetype Publications.

Brostoff, L., J. J. Gonzales, P. Jett, and R. E. Russo. 2009. Trace element fingerprinting of ancient Chinese gold with femtosecond laser ablation-inductively coupled mass spectrometry. Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (2): 461–66.



Brostoff, L., J. J. Gonzales, P. Jett, Yang J., and R.E. Russo. 2007. LA-ICP-MS methodology for trace element analysis of archaeological metals: problems and solutions. METAL 07. Amsterdam: ICOM-CC: 31 – 37.

Brown, B. F., H. C. Burnett, et al. 1977. Corrosion and Metal Artifacts—A Dialogue between Conservators and Archaeologists and Corrosion Scientists. NBS special publication 479. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards.

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Caro, F., Douglas, J. G., and Im S. 2010. Towards a Quantitative Petrographic Database of Khmer Stone Materials—Koh Ker Style, Archaeometry 52 (2), 191–208, Published online: August 4, 2009, 5:52 am, DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2009.00475.x.

Casadio, F., J. Douglas, and K. T. Faber. 2006. Noninvasive methods for the investigation of ancient Chinese jades: an integrated analytical approach, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (387) 3, 791–801.
Also: see DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00216-006-0684-y.

Charette, S., P. Jett, and Huot S. 2008. Metal Conservation at the National Museum of Cambodia. 15th Triennial Conference, New Delhi, 22–26 September 2008: Preprints/ICOM Committee for Conservation. New Delhi: International Council of Museums, Vol. 1: 386–92.

Chase, E. S., and B. McCarthy. 2002. Rhapsody in Blue: Kingfisher feather ornaments in the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. In Postprints of the AIC Textile Group, ed. J. Merritt, B. Halvorson, and R. Hanson. American Institute for Conservation 12:45–55. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation.

Chase, W. T. 1968. The technical examination of two Sasanian silver plates. Ars Orientalis 7:75–93.

Chase, W. T. 1968. Three bronzes relating to the Princeton p'ou. Record of the Art Museum 28(1):11–12. Princeton University.

Chase, W. T. 1971. Egyptian blue as a pigment and ceramic material. Science and Archaeology, ed. R. H. Brill, 80–90. Cambridge: M.I.T. Press.

Chase, W. T. 1971. Science in art. The McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, 10–23. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.

Chase, W. T. 1973. Examination of art objects in the Freer Gallery laboratory. Ars Orientalis 9:79–88.

Chase, W. T. 1974. Conservation in the People's Republic of China. The Bulletin of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 14(2):131–41.

Chase, W. T. 1974. Comparative analysis of archaeological bronzes. In Archaeological Chemistry, ed. C. W. Beck. Symposium, Division of the History of Chemistry at the 165th meeting of the American Chemical Society, Dallas, Texas, April 9–10, 1973. American Chemical Society 138:131–41. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society.

Chase, W. T. 1975. Bronze disease and its treatment. In Catalogue of a special exhibition in the Bangkok National Museum, 22 March–22 June, 1975. Bangkok, Thailand: Department of Fine Arts.

Chase, W. T. 1978. Photomacrography of artifact inscriptions—how to bring out finite detail. Functional Photography 13(5):18–21.

Chase, W. T. 1979. The conservation of a plastic mask by Marisol. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 18:82–94.

Chase, W. T. 1979. Solid samples from metallic antiquities and their examination. International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property - Cultural Property and Analytical Chemistry, 73–109. Tokyo: Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties.

Chase, W. T. 1983. Bronze casting in China: A short technical history. The Great Bronze Age of China: a symposium, ed. G. Kuwayama, 100–23. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Chase, W. T. 1983. Composition of Oriental bronzes: Another look (abstract only), ed. P. A. England and L. van Zelst. Application of Science in the Examination of Works of Art 71. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.

Chase, W. T. 1985. Lacquer examination and treatment at the Freer Gallery of Art: Some case histories. In Urushi: Proceedings of the Urushi Study Group, Tokyo 95–112. Marina del Rey, CA: Getty Conservation Institute.

Chase, W. T. 1990. Book Review of John Curtis, (ed.), Bronze-working centres of Western Asia c. 1000–539 BC, 1988. Antiquity 64(242):172–73.

Chase, W. T. 1991. Ancient Chinese Bronze Art. New York: China Institute in America.

Chase, W. T. 1992. Corrosion Problems with Steppe Bronzes (and Some Other Technical Observations). International Academic Conference of Archaeological Cultures of the Northern Chinese Ancient Nations. Hohot, Inner Mongolia. II: not paginated.

Chase, W. T. 1994. Casting Bronzes: Casting, Finishing, Patination and Corrosion. Ancient and Historic Metals; Conservation and Technology, D. Scott, J. Podany, and B. B. Consadine, 63–74. Marina del Rey, CA: Getty Conservation Institute.

Chase, W. T., I. L. Barnes, et al. 1987. Appendix II—Lead isotope ratios. Shang Ritual Bronzes in the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, R. W. Bagley, 558–60. Cambridge: Harvard University.

Chase, W. T. and J. Bassett. 1994. Considerations in the Cleaning of Ancient Chinese Bronze Vessels. Ancient and Historic Metals; Conservation and Technology, D. Scott, J. Podany, and B. B. Consadine, 63–74. Marina del Rey, CA: Getty Conservation Institute.

Chase, W. T., I. V. Bene, et al. 1980. Examination and metallurgical analysis of Chorten 233 (Appendix A), ed. R. T. Hatt. Artibus Asiae 42:211–14.

Chase, W. T., D. Chen, et al. 1995. A Study on Lead Isotope Ratios of the Sanxingdui Pit-burial Bronzes (in Chinese). Wen Wu 2:80–85.

Chase, W. T. and Y. Chen. 1991. The imitative metallography investigating of "Six Alloys" of the bronze. Wenwu Baochu ye Kaogu Kexue (Sciences of Conservation and Archaeology) 3(2):7–16.

Chase, W. T. and J. G. Douglas. 1997. Technical Studies and Metal Compositional Analyses of Bronzes of the Eastern Eurasian Steppes from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections (Appendix II). Ancient Bronzes of the Eastern Eurasian Steppes from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, E. C. Bunker, 306–18. New York: Arthur M. Sackler Foundation.

Chase, W. T. and U. M. Franklin. 1979. Early Chinese black mirrors and pattern-etched weapons. Ars Orientalis 11:215–58.

Chase, W. T. and J. Hutt. 1972. Aaron Draper Shattuck's patent stretcher key. Studies in Conservation 17(1):12–29.

Chase, W. T., P. R. Jett, et al. 1988. The treatment of a Chinese red lacquer stationery box. The Conservation of Far Eastern Art, 142–45. London: IIC Kyoto Congress.

Chase, W. T., Z. Jin, et al. 1993. Lead Isotope Studies on Ancient Bronze Coinage of the Warring States Period (Zhanaguo gubi de gian tongweisu bizhi de yenjiu). Wen Wu 8:80–89.

Chase, W. T., Z. Jin, et al. 1994. A Study of the Ratios of Lead Isotopes in Bronzes from Shang Tombs at Dayangzhou, Xingan (in Chinese). Kaogu (Archaeology) 8:735, 744–47.

Chase, W. T., B. D. Nandadeva, et al. 1996. Beautiful Microstructures. Asian Art and Culture IX 1:69–83.

Chase, W. T. and N. F. Veloz. 1985. Some considerations in surface treatment of outdoor metal sculptures. In Preprints: American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 13th Annual Meeting 23–35.

Chase, W. T., N. F. Veloz, et al. 1987. Successful use of soft abrasives (walnut shells) for cleaning outdoor sculpture by air jets. In Old Cultures and New Worlds. Contributions to the International Council on Monuments and Sites 8th General Assembly and International Symposium 1:492–98. ICOMOS

Chase, W. T. and N. Veloz. 1989. Abrasive cleaning of statuary and other structures: A century of technological examination of blasting procedures. Technology and Conservation 10(1):18–28.

Chase, W. T., C. Wang, et al. 1990. Research on Powdery Corrosion of the Ancient Bell from the Tomb of Cai Hou. Zhongguo Kexue (Chinese Science) 6(1990):639–44.

Chase, W. T. and T. O. Ziebold. 1978. Ternary representations of ancient Chinese bronze compositions. In Proceedings of Archaeological Chemistry—II, ed. G. F. Carter. American Chemical Society 2:293–334. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society.

Chase, W. T. and L. Zycherman. 1982. Choosing dental plasters for use in the conservation workshop. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 21:65–67.

Cort, L., and P. Jett, eds. 2010. Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.

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Douglas, J. G. 1994/95. Geological Examination of the Avalokitesvara (S1987.910), Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Appendix in Hiram W. Woodward's The Jayabuddhamahanatha Images. The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 52/53:105–11.

Douglas, J. G. 1996. The Study of Chinese Archaic Jades using Non-destructive X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy. Acta Geologica Taiwanica 32:43–54.

Douglas, J. G. 2000. Commentary: On the Authentication of Ancient Chinese Jades using Scientific Methods. Orientations 31(2):86.

Douglas, J. G. 2001. The Effect of Heat on Nephrite and Detection of Heated Chinese Jades by X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Fourier-transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). In the Proceedings of the Conference on Archaic Jades across the Taiwan Strait, 543–54. Taipei.

Douglas, J.G. 2003. Exploring Issues of Geological Source for Jade Worked by Ancient Chinese Cultures with the Aid of X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy. In the Proceedings of the First Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art: Scientific Research in the Field of Asian Art, 192–99. London: Archetype Publications.

Douglas J. G. 2003. Recent Research on Archaeological Jade, Stone and Glass in the Freer and Sackler Galleries. In Preprints of the International Congress on Archaeological Science, 3–8. Nara, Japan: Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties.

Douglas J. G. 2004. Stone materials used in Khmer sculpture from the National Museum of Cambodia. UDAYA: Journal of Khmer Studies 5:1–18.

Douglas, J. G. 2005. A review on some recent research on early Chinese jades. Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques in Conservation and Analysis, from the Arthur M. Sackler Colloquia of the National Academy of Sciences, 206–14. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press.

Douglas, J. G. 2008. Petrographic characterization of sandstones from ancient Khmer sculpture at the National Museum of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. In Interpreting Southeast Asia's Past: Monument, Image and Text, edited by E.A. Bacus, I.C. Glover, and P.D. Sharrock. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore: 357–66.

Douglas, J. G. 2008. Research Relating to Early Chinese Jades in the Collections of the Sackler and Freer Galleries. In New Frontiers in Global Archaeology: Defining China’s Ancient Traditions, Proceedings of the International Symposium Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology at Peking University, Beijing, edited by Thomas Lawton. Tokyo: The Arthur M. Sackler Foundation for the Arts, Sciences and Humanities: 267–78.

Douglas, J. G., F. Caro, and C. Fischer. 2008 (January 2010). Evidence of sandstone usage for sculpture during the Khmer Empire in Cambodia through petrographic analysis, UDAYA: Journal for Khmer Studies 9, 1–17.

Douglas, J. G., and W. T. Chase. 2001. Examination of Two Eastern Zhou Jade and Gold Assemblages from Jincun, near Loyang, Henan Province, China and Implications for the Original Configuration of the Freer Pectoral. Studies in Conservation 46(1):35–48.

Douglas, J. G., P. Jett, and J. Winter, eds. 2007. Scientific Research on the Sculptural Arts of Asia: Proceedings of the Third Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.: Archetype Publications in association with the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Douglas, J. G., and B. McCarthy. 2001. Fifty Years and Counting: Scientific Research in Asian Art at the Freer and Sackler Galleries. Smithsonian Forum on Material Culture: Material Matters 41:1–3.

Douglas, J. G., B. McCarthy, et al. 2002. Gokok: Korean Glass and Stone Comma-shaped Beads at the Freer Gallery of Art. Ornament 25(4):34–39.

Douglas, J. G., and J. F. So. 1998. Understanding and Identifying Jades from the Hongshan Culture. East Asian Jade: Symbol of Excellence, C. Tang 1:148–63. Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Douglas, J. G., and S. Sorensen. 2007. Mineralogical characteristics of Khmer stone sculpture in the Bayon style, in J. G. Douglas, Paul Jett, and John Winter, eds. Scientific Research on the Sculptural Arts of Asia: Proceedings of the Third Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, Archetype Publications in association with the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, 115–24.

Douglas, J. G., L.-P. Tan, et al. 1996. Geology of Tremolite Rock and Petrofabrics of Archaic Chinese Yu. Acta Geological Taiwanica 32:85–101.

Douglas, J. G., and J. Yang. 2006. Zhongguo Shaanxi dong Zhou zhi Qin dai qi jian yu qi de X guang yan she fen xi [X-ray diffraction analysis of seven jades dating to the Eastern Zhou and Qin dynasties from Shaanxi Province, China], 385–89, In Xi'an bei jiao Qin mu [Qin Tombs in the Northern Suburb of Xi'an], Xi'an: San qin chu ban she [Xi'an: Sanqin Publishing House].

Douglas, J. G., and Yang, J. 2008. Materials and technology of Chinese jades dating to the Western Zhou period (1050 – 771 BCE). Science in China Series E: Technological Sciences, 51, No. 4: 467–80.

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FitzHugh, E. W. 1979. A pigment census of Ukiyo-e paintings in the Freer Gallery of Art, ed. E. W. FitzHugh, W. T. Chase, J. Winter, and L. A. Zycherman. Ars Orientalis 11:27–38. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art and University of Michigan.
FitzHugh, E. W. 1986. Red lead and minium, ed. R. L. Feller. Artists' Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics 1:109–39. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W. 1988. Study of pigments on selected paintings from the Vever Collection (Appendix 9). An Annotated and illustrated checklist of the Vever Collection, G. D. Lowry and M. C. Beach, 425–32. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler, Seattle and London: University of Washington Press.
FitzHugh, E. W. 1996. Jade: 1. Types and Properties; 2. Techniques; 3. History, sources and uses. Entry in The Dictionary of Art. Grove's Dictionaries, Inc., 16:857–62. New York and London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd.
FitzHugh, E. W., ed. 1997. Artists' Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics 3. New York: Oxford University Press and Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W. 1997. Orpiment and realgar, ed. E. W. FitzHugh. Artists' Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics 3:47–79. New York: Oxford University Press and Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W. 1997. A purple barium copper silicate pigment from early China. Chinese translation by Z. Zhijun. Studies in Conservation (1992), Wen Po (Relics and Museology), Shaanxi 79:73–82.
FitzHugh, E. W. 1998. An early man-made blue pigment from China—barium copper silicate. Chinese translation by Z. Zhijun. Studies in Conservation (1983), Wenwu baohu yu kaogu kexuo (Sciences of Conservation and Archaeology) 10(2):50–58. Shanghai.
FitzHugh, E. W. 2002. Book review of Artists' Pigments, c. 1600–1835 by R. D. Harley. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 41:187–89. London: Archetype Publications (2001).
FitzHugh, E. W. 2003. A Database of Pigments on Japanese Ukiyo-e Paintings in the Freer Gallery of Art. Studies using Scientific Methods: Pigments in Later Japanese Paintings. Freer Gallery of Art Occasional Papers New Series 1:9–62. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W. 2003. Forbes Prize Lecture. Asian pigments: some special cases. Studies in Conservation 48:65–69.
FitzHugh, E. W. 2003. Pigments on Japanese Ukiyo-e Paintings in the Freer Gallery of Art. In the Proceedings of the First Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art: Scientific Research in the Field of Asian Art, 150–56. London: Archetype Publications.
FitzHugh, E. W., W. T. Chase, J. Winter, and L. A. Zycherman, ed. 1979. Ars Orientalis 11. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art and University of Michigan.
FitzHugh, E. W., and W. M. Floor. 1992. Cobalt, ed. E. Yarshater. Entry in Encyclopedia Iranica, 5, fasc. 8, 873–75. Columbia University.

FitzHugh, E. W., and R. J. Gettens. 1971. Calclacite and other efflorescent salts on objects stored in wooden museum cases, ed. R. H. Brill. Science and Archaeology 91–102. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press.

FitzHugh, E. W., and R. J. Gettens. 1993. Azurite and blue verditer, ed. A. Roy. Artists' Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics 2:23–35. Revision of article in Studies in Conservation (1966). New York: Oxford University Press and Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W., and R. J. Gettens. 1993. Malachite and green verditer, ed. A. Roy. Artists' Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics 2:183–202. Revision of article in Studies in Conservation (1974). New York: Oxford University Press and Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W., and R. J. Gettens, et al. 1993. Calcium carbonate whites, ed. A. Roy. Artists' Pigments: A Handbook of Their History and Characteristics 2:203-226. Revision of article in Studies in Conservation (1974). New York: Oxford University Press and Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.
FitzHugh, E. W., and H. M. Szczepanowska. 1999. Fourteenth century documents of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem: analysis of inks, parchment and seals. The Paper Conservator 23:36–45.
FitzHugh, E. W., and J. Winter. 1985. Some technical notes on Whistler's "Peacock Room." Studies in Conservation 30:149–54.

FitzHugh, E. W., and L. A. Zycherman. 1983. An early man-made blue pigment from China—barium copper silicate. Studies in Conservation 28:15–23.

FitzHugh, E. W., and L. A. Zycherman. 1992. A purple barium copper silicate pigment from early China. Studies in Conservation 37:145–54.

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Gettens, R. J. 1954. True and false vermilion on early Chinese ceramics. Far Eastern Ceramic Bulletin 6(25):16–27.

Gettens, R. J. 1954. A visit to an ancient gypsum quarry in Tuscany. Studies in Conservation 1:190–92.

Gettens, R. J. 1956. Report on the technical examination of bronze head of a Near Eastern Bull. Hittite Bronzes in the Fogg Art Museum. P. G. M. A. Hanfmann and D. P. Hansen, 17–18.
Gettens, R. J. 1956. The Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution. The Identification of Non-artifactual Archaeological Materials. Chicago, Committee on Archaeological Identification, National Academy of Sciences. Publication 565: 32–34.
Gettens, R. J. 1958. The identification of pigments and inerts on paintings and other museum objects. Application of Science in Examination of Works of Art, 31–49. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.
Gettens, R. J. 1959. Examining tables in use at the Freer Gallery of Art. Studies in Conservation 4:23–27.
Gettens, R. J. 1959. The Freer Gallery Laboratory for technical studies in Oriental art and archaeology. Studies in Conservation 4:140–45.
Gettens, R. J. 1960. European conservation laboratories. Museum News 39:23–27.
Gettens, R. J. 1961. Mineral alteration products on ancient metal objects. In the Proceedings of the IIC Rome Conference, 171–74. Rome: IIC.
Gettens, R. J. 1961. Proposal for a handbook on analysis of materials of paintings. In the Proceedings of the IIC Rome Conference, 26–28. Rome: Butterworths.
Gettens, R. J. 1961. Teaching and research in art conservation. Science 133(3460):1212–16.
Gettens, R. J. 1962. IIC and ICOM: conservators meet in Rome and Barcelona. Museum News 40:36–39.
Gettens, R. J. 1962. Maya blue; an unsolved problem in ancient pigments. American Antiquity 27:557–64.
Gettens, R. J. 1962. Minerals in art and archaeology. Smithsonian Annual Report for 1961, 551–68.
Gettens, R. J. 1962. Note on the composition, fabrication and condition of this Sui dynasty mirror. Artibus Asiae 25:146–48.
Gettens, R. J. 1963. Addendum to Mineral alteration products on ancient metal objects (1961), submitted to ICOM Committee on Museum Laboratories 5.
Gettens, R. J. 1964. Conservators in Russia. Museum News 42:11–17.
Gettens, R. J. 1964. The corrosion products of metal antiquities. Smithsonian Institution 547–68. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Gettens, R. J. 1965. Joining methods in the fabrication of ancient Chinese Bronze ceremonial vessels. Application of Science in Examination of Works of Art, 205–17. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.
Gettens, R. J. 1967. Preservation and restoration of out-door metal sculptures. 6e reunion mixte du Comite de l'ICOM pour les Laboratoires de Musees et du sous-Comite de l'ICOM pour Traitement des Peintures 9. Brussels.
Gettens, R. J. 1969. The Freer Chinese bronzes. Vol. II: Technical studies. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Gettens, R. J. 1969. IIC: an international association of conservators. Museum News 47:11–14.
Gettens, R. J. 1970. Patina: noble and vile. Art and Archaeology. S. Doeringer, D. G. Mitten, and A. Steinberg, 57–72. Cambridge: M.I.T. Press.
Gettens, R. J. 1976. Japanese painting; technical studies at the Freer Gallery of Art. Conservation and Restoration of Pictorial Art, 241–52. London: IIC, Butterworths.
Gettens, R. J., and C. Frondel. 1955. Chalconatronite; an alteration product on some ancient Egyptian bronzes. Studies in Conservation 2:64–74.
Gettens, R. J., and C. Frondel. 1955. Chalconatronite, a new mineral from Egypt. Science 122(3158):75–76.
Gettens, R. J., R. S. J. Clarke, et al. 1971. Two early Chinese weapons with meteoritic iron blades. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art.
Gettens, R. J., R. L. Feller, et al. 1972. Vermilion and cinnabar. Studies in Conservation 17:45–69.
Gettens, R. J., and E. W. FitzHugh. 1966. Azurite and blue verditer. Studies in Conservation 11:54–61.
Gettens, R. J., E. W. FitzHugh, et al. 1974. Calcium carbonate whites. Studies in Conservation 19:157–84.
Gettens, R. J., and E. W. FitzHugh. 1974. Malachite and green verditer. Studies in Conservation 19:2–23.
Gettens, R. J., H. Kuhn, et al. 1967. Lead white. Studies in Conservation 12(4):125–39.
Gettens, R. J., and M. E. Mrose. 1954. Calcium sulphate minerals in the grounds of Italian paintings. Studies in Conservation 1:174–89.
Gettens, R. J., J. A. Pope, et al. 1967. The Freer Chinese bronzes. Vol. I: Catalogue. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Gettens, R. J., and C. R. Steen. 1962. Tumacacori interior decorations. Arizoniana 3:7–33.
Gettens, R. J., and G. L. Stout. 1958. A monument of Byzantine wall painting—the method of construction. Studies in Conservation 3:107–119.

Gettens, R. J., and B. M. Usilton. 1955. Abstracts of Technical Studies in Art and Archaeology, 1943–52. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art.

Gettens, R. J., and C. L. Waring. 1957. The composition of some ancient Persian and other Near Eastern silver objects. Ars Orientalis 2:83–90.

Giaccai, J., and J. Winter. 2005. Chinese Painting Colors: History and Reality. Scientific Research on the Pictorial Arts of Asia: Proceedings of the Second Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art, 99–108. London: Archetype Publications.

Gunter, A., and P. Jett. 1992. Ancient Iranian Metalwork in the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and the Freer Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.

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Hare, A. 2006. Guidelines for the Care of East Asian Paintings: Display, Storage and Handling, The Paper Conservator, Institute of Paper Conservation, Volume 30, 73–92.

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Jett, P. 1990. An Example of the Use of Brass in Chinese Lacquerware. Archives of Asian Art XLIII, 59–60.

Jett, P. 1991. Technologische Studie zu den Vergoldeten Guanyin-Figuren aus dem Dali-Konigreich. Der Goldschatz der Drei Pagoden. A. Lutz, 68–74. Zurich: Gebunden.

Jett, P. 1993. The Gilding of Chinese Buddhist Bronzes. Surface Colouring and Plating of Metals, 193–200. London: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Jett, P. 1993. Two Examples of the Treatment of Ancient Silver. Current Problems in the Conservation of Metal Antiquities, 173–187. Tokyo: Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties.
Jett, P. 1993. Two Gold Bracelets from Syria Reunited. Jewellery Studies 6:74–76.
Jett, P. 1995. The Study and Treatment of Chinese Dry Lacquer Sculpture. In the International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property: Conservation of Urushi Objects, 167–86. Tokyo: Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties.
Jett, P. 1996. Book Review of The Materials of Sculpture and The Technique of Greek Bronze Statuary. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 35(1):65–66.
Jett, P. 1997. A Note Concerning the Radiocarbon Dating of a Chinese Dry Lacquer Figure in the Collection of the Freer Gallery of Art. Orientations 28(10):66–67.
Jett, P. 2006. Conservation and Scientific Research. Arts of Asia. Vol. 36, No. 1, 132–37.
Jett, P. 2008. Ancient Chinese Gold from the Paul Singer Collection: Technical Studies and Questions of Attribution. In New Frontiers in Global Archaeology: Defining China's Ancient Traditions, Proceedings of the International Symposium Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology at Peking University, Beijing, edited by Thomas Lawton. Tokyo: The Arthur M. Sackler Foundation for the Arts, Sciences and Humanities: 457–70.


Jett, P. 2010. Appendix 3. A Consideration of the Validity of the Radiocarbon-Dating Results. In The Antiquity of Nepalese Wood Carving; A Reassessment,by Mary Shepard Slusser, 285–89. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Jett, P. 2010. Buddhist Bronzes in Cambodia: A Newly Discovered Cache. Orientations 41 (5): 48–52.
Jett, P. 2010. A Technical Study of the Kampong Cham Figure Group. In Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia, 78–87.


Jett, P., L. Brostoff, and L. Dussubieux. 2007. Technical Study and Elemental Analysis of Chinese Gold from the Late Eastern Zhou Period. in J. G. Douglas, Paul Jett, and John Winter, eds. Scientific Research on the Sculptural Arts of Asia: Proceedings of the Third Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.: Archetype Publications in association with the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, 53–62.

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Koob, S. P. 1991. The use of Acryloid B-72 in the treatment of archaeological ceramics: minimal intervention. Art and Archaeology II: Materials Research Society Symposium 185:591–96.

Koob, S. P. 1992. Recovery and treatment of skeletal remains at Herculaneum. Retrieval of Objects from Archaeological Sites, 157–66. Archetype Publications.

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The conservation staff at the Freer and Sackler Galleries is responsible for the preservation and treatment of artworks in the collection, as well as preparing these objects for exhibition. The Department of Conservation and Scientific Research includes sections devoted to East Asian Paintings, Objects, Paper, and Exhibitions. More info »


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