Journal of the American Institute for Conservation

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of the American Institute for Conservation is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Rediscovery of Jan Ruyscher and Its Consequence5
Shedding Light on Daylight Fluorescent Artists’ Pigments, Part 1: Composition5
Shedding Light on Daylight Fluorescent Artists’ Pigments, Part 2: Spectral Properties and Light Stability4
Arsenic and Old Bookcloth: Identification and Safer Use of Emerald Green Victorian-Era Cloth Case Bindings4
A Comparative Surface Cleaning Study of Op Structure, an Op Art PMMA Sculpture by Michael Dillon4
A Review of RTI and an Investigation into the Applicability of Micro-RTI as a Tool for the Documentation and Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Paintings4
The Combined Use of Ion Chromatography and Scanning Electron Microscopy to Assess Salt-affected Mineral Materials in Cultural Heritage3
A Revised Model for Decision-Making in Contemporary Art Conservation and Presentation3
Computational Watermark Enhancement in Leonardo’sCodex Leicester3
Introduction to the Special Issue on Contemporary Art Conservation2
Museum Authorship and the Conservation of Media Installations: Two Case Studies from the Smithsonian American Art Museum2
Thickness Measurements of Clear Coatings on Silver Objects using Fiber Optic Reflectance Spectroscopy2
Assessing the Suitability of Unplasticized Poly(Vinyl Chloride) for Museum Showcase Construction2
Removal of Bats’ Excreta from Water-Soluble Wall Paintings Using Temporary Hydrophobic Coating2
Conservation of Severely Deteriorated, Dry Painted Wood: A Case Study From Abydos, Egypt2
Reframing the Notion of “The Artist’s Intent:” A Study of Caring for Thomas Hirschhorn’s Intensif-Station (2010)2
A Review of 50 Years of Teaching Conservation Science at SUNY Buffalo State2
The Exhibition and Characterization of Seven Salted Paper Prints2
Instantiation, Actualization, and Absence: The Continuation and Safeguarding of Katie Paterson’sFuture Library(2014–2114)1
Supporting Decision-Making when Conserving Contemporary Art: A Model for Identification and Categorization of Stakeholders1
The Harrison D. Horblit Collection of Early Photography: A Strategy for Research, Cataloging, Imaging, and Exhibition1
At the Core of the Problem: A Bespoke Method Used to Clean the Bores of USS Monitor’s XI-Inch Dahlgren Shell Guns1
Hippolyte Bayard’s Direct Positive Process: History, Re-creation, and Characterization1
The Study of Jiajing Carved Lacquerwares: An Example in the Collection of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art1
Practitioner (In)visibility in the Conservation of Contemporary Art1
Recording and Archiving Conservation Education Approaches in Iraq, 2008–20171
Evaluation of a Dry Method Using Erasers for Silver–Copper Alloy Tarnish Cleaning and Comparison with Traditional Methods1
Numbered Jun Ware – a technical study1
Beauty Revealed: Technical Analysis and Treatment of Zand and Qajar Oil Paintings1
Determination of Nitrile Gloves Appropriate for Use When Dry Handling Art1
Collaborative Study and Preservation of Coastal Alaskan Native Watercraft and Material Culture1
Conducting a Time-Based Media Conservation Assessment and Survey at The Metropolitan Museum of Art1
Identification of Mammal Skins Present in an Ngoni Garment from Malawi Using Mitochondrial DNA Analysis1
Observations from the Analysis of the Gelatin Silver Emulsion Layer of Glass Photographic Inter-Positive Plates from Eadweard Muybridge’s Animal Locomotion Series at the National Museum of American Hi1
A Spot Test for Mg2+ to Characterize Magnesium Corrosion1
A Comparison of Materials for Dry Surface Cleaning Soot-Coated Papers of Varying Roughness: Assessing Efficacy, Physical Surface Changes, and Residue1
X-ray Fluorescence Analysis of Frédéric Flachéron’s Paper Negatives, 1848–18521
Heat- and Solvent-Set Repair Tissues1
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