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Technical survey of Bhutanese wall paintings


The Chapel, The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London, UK


Biclinium 849, Beidha, Petra, Jordan


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Publications

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Publications:

Forthcoming

‘Roman wall painting fragments’, L. Shekede and S. Rickerby, in Excavations in the Whitefriars Area of Canterbury Volume I: 25 BC to AD 750.

Forthcoming

‘Quasi aurora consurgens: the conservation of the Erardi vault painting in the Church of Our Lady of Victory’, S. Rickerby & L. Shekede in Vigilo – Din L’Art Helwa….

2016

‘Chapter 10: the technology of royal tomb decoration’, S. Rickerby & L. Wong, in The Oxford Handbook of the Valley of the Kings (Oxford Handbooks in Archaeology), R.H. Wilkinson & K Weeks (eds.), Oxford, OUP, 2016, 137-152.

2015

‘Painted stone’, L. Shekede & S. Rickerby, in Medieval Town and Augustinian Friary: Settlement c 1325-1700. Canterbury Whitefriars Excavations 1999-2004 (The Archaeology of Canterbury New Series Volume VII), A. Hicks (ed.) Canterbury, Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2015, 211-214.

2015

‘Wall paintings at the Mogao grotto site, Dunhuang, China: color use from Northern Wei to Tang’ L. Shekede and B. Su, in Colour in ancient and medieval East Asia, Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas, March 8 – 9, 2013, Kansas; Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 2015, 47-57.

2014

‘Conservation research at Dunhuang: the pivotal role of cave 260 for conservation education and policy’ , S. Cather, X. Wang, B. Su, S. Rickerby, L Shekede, and X, Wang, in An unbroken history: conserving East Asian works of art and heritage, IIC 2014 Hong Kong Congress, 22 – 26 September 2014, Studies in Conservation, 59, Issue S1 (2014), S17-20.

2014

‘New Approaches to Conserving the Wall Painting Heritage of Bhutan’, S. Rickerby, L. Shekede, D. Tshering, T. Gyalpo, and D. Park, in An unbroken history: conserving East Asian works of art and heritage, IIC 2014 Hong Kong Congress, 22 – 26 September 2014, Studies in Conservation, 59, Issue S1 (2014), S127-130.

2013

The Conservation of Cave 85 at the Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang: a collaborative project of the Getty Conservation Institute and the Dunhuang Academy, L. Wong & N. Agnew (eds.) with contributions by S. Rickerby, L. Shekede et al., Los Angeles, Getty Conservation Institute, 2013.

2013

‘Buddhist wall paintings of Bhutan: material traditions and conservation realities’, L. Shekede and S. Rickerby, in The art of merit: studies in Buddhist art and its conservation, Proceedings of the Buddhist Art Forum 2012 (D. Park, K. Wangmo & S. Cather eds.), London, Archetype, 2013, 227-239.

2012

Examination of the wall paintings in Tutankhamen’s tomb: inconsistencies in original technology’, L. Wong, S. Rickerby, A. Phenix, A. Rava and R. Kamel, in The Decorative: Conservation and the Applied Arts, IIC 2012 Vienna Congress, 10 - 14 September 2012 (conference proceedings).

2012

‘Tin relief on thirteenth-century Cypriot painting: technology and conservation’, E. Woolley, J. Nadolny and L. Shekede, in The Decorative: Conservation and the Applied Arts, IIC 2012 Vienna Congress, 10 - 14 September 2012 (conference proceedings).

2012

Wall paintings of Eton, E. Howe, H. McBurney, D. Park, S. Rickerby and L. Shekede, London, Scala, 2012

2012 “Skating on thin ice: the rare survival of two 17th century overmantel paintings in the City of London”, S. Rickerby & L. Shekede, London Society Journal no. 464, Autumn 2012. 12-13.

2011

‘Conservation of the ceiling paintings, Our Lady of Victory Church’, L. Shekede & S. Rickerby, in Vigilo – Din L’Art Helwa, October 2011, 28 – 30.

2010

‘The Byzantine and post-Byzantine wall paintings of Cyprus: conservation practice in a context of continuing religious use’, M. Solomidou-Ieronymidou and S. Rickerby, in Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean, IIC 2010 Istanbul Congress, 20 – 24 September 2010 (conference proceedings). London 2010, 231-236.

2010

‘A unique Nabataean wall painting in Petra: Conservation in situ, A. Akrawi and L. Shekede, in Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean, IIC 2010 Istanbul Congress, 20 – 24 September 2010 (conference proceedings). London 2010, 214-219.

2010

‘The role of in-situ examination in the technical investigation of the Cave 85 paintings’, L. Shekede, Z. Fan, F. Pique & L. Wong, Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road, 2nd International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites, Mogao, Dunhuang, China, June 28-July 3 2004 (conference proceedings). Los Angeles 2010, 430-437.

2010

‘Development and testing of the grouting and soluble-salts reduction treatments of Cave 85 wall paintings’, S. Rickerby, L. Shekede, Z. Fan, W. Tang, H. Qiao, J. Yang & F. Pique, in Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road, 2nd International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites, Mogao, Dunhuang, China, June 28-July 3 2004 (conference proceedings). Los Angeles 2010, 471-479.

2010

‘Implementation of grouting and salts-reduction treatments of Cave 85 wall paintings’, S. Rickerby, L. Shekede, Z. Fan, W. Tang, H. Qiao & J. Yang, in Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road, 2nd International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites, Mogao, Dunhuang, China, June 28-July 3 2004 (conference proceedings). Los Angeles 2010, 480-487.

2008

‘Vulnerability of wall paintings in relation to structural decay and repair’, S. Rickerby, L. Shekede and L. Wong, in International Symposium on Conservation of Ancient Sites 2008, an ISRM-Sponsored Regional Symposium, Mogao, Dunhuang, China, 21-24 September 2008, 357.

2007

‘Reintegrating wall paintings: priorities and dilemmas’, S. Rickerby and L. Shekede, in Postprints of the Image Reintegration Conference, 15-17 September 2003, Northumbria University, (conference postprints), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2007, 81-89.

2006

‘The role of analysis in the conservation of wall paintings on earthen supports’, L. Shekede, International Academic Symposium on the Mural Paintings from the Tang Dynasty Tombs, Xi’an, 20-24 October 2001 (conference proceedings), Xi’an, 2006.

2006

‘Theory into practice: establishing compatibility in earth-based repair materials’, L. Shekede and S. Rickerby, Conservation of Decorated Surfaces on Earthen Architecture, Mesa Verde National Park, 22-25 September 2004, (colloquium proceedings), Los Angeles, 2006, 89-98.

2003

‘English domestic wall paintings: themes, techniques and treatment’, L. Shekede, in Conserving the Painted Past: Developing Approaches to Wall Painting Conservation, English Heritage, London, 2-4 December 1999, (conference postprints), London, 2003, 27-36.

2000

‘Wall paintings on earthen supports: evaluating analytical methods for conservation’, L. Shekede, in Terra 2000 8th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architecture, 11-13 May 2000, (conference preprints), Torquay, 2000, 169-175.

1998

‘The effects of LASER radiation on polychromed surfaces’, L. Shekede, in The analysis of pigments and plasters: its relevance to current wall painting and stone conservation practice, 22 February 1997, British Museum, (conference post-prints), London, 1998, 23-25.

1997

‘Lasers: a preliminary study of their potential for the cleaning and uncovering of wall paintings’, L. Shekede, in Restauratorenblätter, special edition, 1997, 51-56.

1997

‘Laser für die Reinigung und Freilegung von Wandmalereien: Möglichkeiten und Gefahren’ L. Shekede, in Restauro, 3, 1997, 172-177.

1997

‘The role of documentation in defining conservation strategies at grotto sites’, S. Rickerby, in Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road, International Conference on the Conservation of Grotto Sites, Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang, October 1993, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, 1997, 62-66.

1995

‘The conservation of Lord Leighton’s spirit frescoes War and Peace’, S. Rickerby, in The V&A Conservation Journal, 17, 1995, 9-10.

1993

‘Original painting techniques and materials used in the Tomb of Nefertari’, S. Rickerby, in Art and Eternity The Nefertari Wall Paintings Conservation Project 1986–1992, eds. M. A. Corzo and M. Afshar, The Getty Conservation Institute, Singapore, 1993, 43-54.

1991

‘A Romanesque ‘Visitation Sepulchri’ at Kempley’, S. Rickerby and D. Park, in The Burlington Magazine, 1054, CXXXIII, January 1991, 27-31.

1991

‘Heat alterations to pigments painted in the fresco technique’, S. Rickerby, in The Conservator, 15, 1991, 39-44.

1990

‘Kempley: a technical examination of the Romanesque wall paintings’, S. Rickerby, in Early Medieval Wall Painting and Painted Sculpture in England, eds. S. Cather, D. Park and P. Williamson, BAR Series 216, 1990, 249-261.

1988

‘Conservation of medieval wall paintings in Rochester Cathedral’, S. Rickerby, in Friends of Rochester Cathedral Annual Report, 1998, 9-12.


 

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