Chemistry and Art Books
Chemistry and Art is the theme of 2014 at the Royal Society of Chemistry, and there are plenty of publications and events to help provide insight into the relationship between the two disciplines.
Here is a collection of chemistry and art related books published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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A series of case studies to show how the cooperation between science and humanities can lead to the developments in knowledge and conservation of paintings.
This book provides a revised and up-to-date insight into how the fundamental principles of the chemistry of colour are applied in dyes and pigments which make our world so colourful.
A Mark Pollard
This book enables scientists to tackle the fundamental issues of chemical change in the archaeological materials, in order to advance the study of the past.
This book provides an essential guide and reference source for those working in all areas of heritage conservation.
Philip J Potts
This book brings together the knowledge and expertise of internationally recognised scientists with practical experience of in situ analysis using portable X-ray fluorescence technology.
Analytical Archaeometry describes this interesting and challenging field of research - on the border between natural sciences (chemistry, spectroscopy, biology, geology) and humanities (archaeology, (art-)history, conservation sciences).
Professional conservators and scientists alike will find this essential reading, as will postgraduate students in the fields of materials and colloid science, art restoration and nanoscience.
Produced in collaboration with the National Gallery, this resource pack outlines a range of activities for pre- and post-16 students of chemistry and art.