| Français | Introduction
by Mervyn Ruggles
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1 R. H. Hubbard, ed., The National Gallery of Canada Catalogue of
Paintings and Sculpture, Volume I: Older Schools (Ottawa,
1957, rpt. 1961), p. 127.
2 Eric Brown, "Note on the Portrait of Charles
Churchill", Correspondence 1910, in the National Gallery of
3 Ellis K. Waterhouse, "Sir Joshua Reynolds' Sitter-Book of
1755", Walpole Society, vol. 41, 1966-68, p. 124.
4 Ellis K. Waterhouse, Reynolds, English Master Painters
Series (London: Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner, 1941), pp.7-11.
5 Derek Hudson, Sir Joshua Reynolds: a Personal Study (London:
Geoffrey Bles, 1958), p. 51.
6 Arts Council of Great Britain, Sir Joshua Reynolds: an
Exhibition of Paintings, introd. by E. K. Waterhouse (London,
1949), pp. 2-8.
7 H. Ruhemann and E. M. Kemp, The Artist at Work (London:
Penguin Books, 1951), p. 49.
8 H. A. Buttery, "Reynolds' Painting Technique", in
Hudson, op. cit., Appendix B, pp. 248-50.
9 M. Toch, Paint, Paintings and Restoration, rev. ed. (New
York: Van Nostrand, 1931), pp. 105,122.
10 Walter Armstrong, Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the
Royal Academy, popular ed. (London: Heinemann, and New York:
Scribners, 1905), p. 48.
11 The Huntington Art Collection: a Handbook, (San Marino,
Calif: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1964), p. 48.
12 Robert R. Wark, Sir Joshua Reynolds' Portrait of "Mrs.
Siddons as the Tragic Muse", (San Marino, Calif: Henry E.
Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1965), pp. 28-29.
13 Letter from F. W. Colley to Eric Brown, 15 October 1923; ill the
National Gallery of Canada Archives.
14 M. Ruggles, "Report on Acc. no. 29, Reynolds, Portrait
of Charles Churchill", N .C. R. L. dossier, The National
Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1970.
16. A. M. de Wild, The Scientific Examination of Pictures, trans.
by L. C. Jackson. (London: Bell, 1929), pp. 56-58. See also his
references to Prussian blue (pp. 32-33), white lead (pp. 34-36),
bitumen (pp. 63-64) and red pigments (pp. 71-72).
17. H. Kühn, "A Study of the Pigments and the Grounds used by
Jan Vermeer", Report and Studies in the History of Art, 1968
(Washington: National Gallery of Art, 1968), p.159.
18. H. A. Buttery, in Hudson, pp. 248-49.
19. Hudson, p. 52.
20. M. Ruggles, "Conservation Treatment of a Painting by the
Transfer Method", The National Gallery of Canada Bulletin, 5
pp. 26-31; French summary, p. 32.
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