Journal Articles Update – April 2013

The following journals have just arrived:

– Art Business Today, Issue 2, April 2003
Business – An in-depth focus to e-marketing, sponsored by Arqadia
Getting mobile
Linda Becklow explores whether QR codes are useful for retailers  pp.24-26
The fine art of email
Advice on how to ensure that your emails are not consigned to the bin pp.28-31
15 social media marketing tips
How to use social media effectively to promote your business pp.32-37
Right on target ?
Are Google AdWords money well spent , or is a SEO a better bet ? pp.39-41
Art
A consistent approach
Jason Horejs says galleries want artists whose style is consistent pp.42-45
Photo finish
Photographer Carl Middleditch meets changing consumer demands pp.46-48
Framing
Labour: what is it costing you ?
Mark Wilson looks at the hidden costs behind making frames pp.50-53
The trouble with Morsø is…
Mike Bond GCF explains how to get the most from this iconic machine pp.54-58
Business tips for artists page 49

– Traditional Paint News, Vol.3, No.3, November 2012
PAPERS
The Quest for Colour Standards in 20th Century Britain
Patrick Baty – Consultant on the use of colour in historic buildings, London
Paint Making 1850 – 1950: from a Craft to an Industry
Colin Mitchell-Rose – Consultant on Traditional Paints
The spirit of colours in the body of architecture
Barbara Diethelm – Lascaux Colours & Restauro
Using Traditional Paints to restore the interior of Alms Houses
Alexandra Goddard – Assistant Keeper – Interpretation and Exhibitions, Geffrye Museum
Recreating the Normansfield Theatre Scenery
Rosalind Robinson – Artist and Specialised Decorator
‘All That Glitters’ – Recreation of the Gilded Wallpaper at St. Pancras Station
Allyson McDermott – Historic Interiors Consultant
Freemasons’ Hall London – Historic Paint Schemes
Mark J. R. Dennis – Curator Library and Museum of Freemasonry 

REPRINTS
Of Certain Properties of Oil Paints “Annales de Physique et de Chimie” 1857. Extract.
Michel Eugène Chevreul, 1786 – 1889
Prepared Paints
Reprinted from “Paints and Colour Mixing”, AS Jennings, 6th edition London 1921 65 

REVIEWS
The Great Debate: How to present the Great Hall at Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire
Colin Mitchel-Rose
Reflections on the Great Debate: Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire
Thursday 22nd November 2012 – Ralph Adron
Conference Review – Mixing for the Masses

Contents pages to all issues:  http://www.traditionalpaintforum.org.uk/pages/3contact/book.html#Vol3no3

A quick reminder that we can supply photocopies of  journal articles, chapters from books, and conference papers, that are held in the Chantry Library collection. (Icon members are entitled to claim 10 free articles each year, so please quote your membership number with your requests). Articles can be provided either as scanned pages, or in hard copy.

To request items, just contact  Ros Buck, Librarian at chantrylibrary@icon.org.uk, or  tel: 01865 251303

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