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Conferences

Lectures and contributions to conferences

2020

- Emilie FromentThe Consequences of Wax-Resin Linings on the Appearance of Seventeenth Century Netherlandish Paintings on Canvas; Results of research. NICAS Colloquium, online conference on May 14, 2020.

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- Emilie Froment, The Consequences of Wax-Resin Linings on the Appearance of Seventeenth Century Netherlandish Paintings on Canvas; Results of research. Conserving Canvas project at the Menil Collection and Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, conference on January 23, 2020 at the De Menil Collection, Houston, Texas, USA.

2019

- Emilie FromentThe Impact of Wax-Resin Linings on the Appearance of Paintings; Investigating colour change in grounds layers in Netherlandish seventeenth-century canvas paintings. Conserving Canvas Symposium, poster presentation on October 2019 at Yale University, New Haven, USA.

- Emilie Froment, L’effet du rentoilage à la cire-résine sur l’apparence et la conservation des peintures hollandaises du 17ème siècle. C2RMF Séminaire, conference on May 10, 2019 at the Centre de Recherche et de Restoration des Musées de France, Paris. 

- Emilie Froment, Reconstruction Techniques in order to Investigate the Consequences of Wax-Resin Linings for the Present Appearance and Conservation of Seventeenth Century Netherlandish Paintings on Canvas. ARTECHNE International Conference ‘The Making of Art Expertise: Changing Practices of Art History & Conservation, 1850–1950’, conference on May 9, 2019 in Amsterdam.

2014

- Emilie Froment, The Consequences of Wax-Resin Linings for the Present Appearance and Conservation of Dutch Golden Age Large-Scale Paintings on CanvasIntentions, methodology, first results. Picture Meeting, conference on December,11 2014 at Rijksdienst Culturel Erfgoed (RCE) in Amersfoort.