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CATS has released the free online publication Wooden Supports in 12th–16th-Century European Paintings, a new English-language translation of Jacqueline Marette’s Connaissance des Primitifs par l’étude du bois du XIIe au XVIe siècle  (1961). The publication was made possible by a grant from the Getty Foundation. Read more…
A two-day Technical Art History conference is to be held by CATS on 15 – 16 June 2016. The conference is focusing on artists’ techniques and materials, written sources, conservation science, the history of science and technology, history of trade, and innovation of artists’ materials during the first half of the 19th century. Read more…
CATS was invited to become a member of the European IPERION CH project proposal. The project aims at establishing a permanent Research Infrastructure supporting research in Heritage Science with a sustainable and durable plan of activities, including a broad offer of accesses to scientific instruments. Read more…