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Collecting and Provenance : A Multidisciplinary Approach.

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    The book fills a gap in the study of provenance, taking the subject holistically and from multiple standpoints, which better reflect the widening interest in provenance from a range of disciplinary perspectives.
    Format
    Online resource
    Author/Creator
    Milosch, Jane.
    Published
    Blue Ridge Summit : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2019
    ©2019
    Contents
    Collecting And Provenance
    Contents
    Foreword
    Preface
    Introduction
    Acknowledgments
    Part I Provenance: Past and Future Challenges
    Chapter 1 The Provenance of Provenances
    Chapter 2 Intellectual Property and Ownership History
    Chapter 3 Provenance Research in Museums: From the Back of the House to the Front
    Chapter 4 Transforming Research Methodologies: The Frick Art Reference Library's Collaborative Approach
    Chapter 5 Digging in Digital Archives: Recovering Context for the Getty Museum's Orpheus Mosaic
    Chapter 6 Exhibiting Provenance in the University Museum: A Case Study
    Chapter 7 Provenance in 2050
    Part II Objects in Motion
    Chapter 8 Provenance as Palimpsest: The Mazarin Venus
    Chapter 9 Archaeology, Fakery, and Lunacy: N. S. Brown's Chinese Neolithic Collection
    Chapter 10 The Importance of Provenance in Nineteenth-Century Paris and Beyond: Prince Pierre Soltykoff's Famed Collection of Medieval Art
    Chapter 11 The Medieval Bury Chest: Mapping the Journey from Durham Cathedral to the Burrell Collection, Glasgow
    Chapter 12 Plunder, Dissolution, and Dodgy Dealing: The International Market for Spanish Art in the Nineteenth Century
    Chapter 13 Documenting the Violin Trade in Paris, 1930-1945: The Archives of Albert Caressa and Émile Français
    Chapter 14 Twice Plundered, and Still Far from Home: Tracing Nazi-Looted Books in Minsk and Moscow
    Part III Museums and Collection Formation: Provenancing Art and Nature
    Chapter 15 Lost and Found: Re-establishing Provenance for an Entire Museum Collection
    Chapter 16 Thomas Pattinson Yeats (1746-1782), Naturalist: Connecting Margaret Bentinck, Duchess of Portland, and William Hunter
    Chapter 17 A Kato Mosi Kaka and Other Tongan Treasures from the United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842) in the Smithsonian Institution. Chapter 18 Provenance and Place in Indigenous Australia
    Chapter 19 Pursuing Provenance: Perspectives on the Arts of Africa
    Chapter 20 One Object, Three Histories: Provenancing the Dromedary
    Chapter 21 Forest Gold
    Part IV Provenance and Collecting Policies: Practical, Legal, and Ethical Challenges
    Chapter 22 A Voyage into the Half-Known: Museum Ethics in the Early Twentieth Century
    Chapter 23 Forgotten Language of the Ledger: Signaling Ownership, Authority, and Provenance with Museum Accession Status
    Chapter 24 The Holy Family on an Unholy Odyssey: Legal Ownership of Stolen Trophy Art
    Chapter 25 Problems, Practices, and Politics of Provenancing Objects from China's Yuanmingyuan
    Chapter 26 Crisis Response and Beyond: The National Gallery of Australia's Asian Art Provenance Project and Other New Initiatives
    Chapter 27 Antiquities Trafficking and the Provenance Problem
    Chapter 28 Before, During, and After: Documenting Museum Collections in Times of Crisis and Disaster
    Index
    About the Contributors.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Pearce, Nick.
    Notes
    Collecting And Provenance -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Part I Provenance: Past and Future Challenges -- Chapter 1 The Provenance of Provenances -- Chapter 2 Intellectual Property and Ownership History -- Chapter 3 Provenance Research in Museums: From the Back of the House to the Front -- Chapter 4 Transforming Research Methodologies: The Frick Art Reference Library's Collaborative Approach -- Chapter 5 Digging in Digital Archives: Recovering Context for the Getty Museum's Orpheus Mosaic -- Chapter 6 Exhibiting Provenance in the University Museum: A Case Study -- Chapter 7 Provenance in 2050 -- Part II Objects in Motion -- Chapter 8 Provenance as Palimpsest: The Mazarin Venus -- Chapter 9 Archaeology, Fakery, and Lunacy: N. S. Brown's Chinese Neolithic Collection -- Chapter 10 The Importance of Provenance in Nineteenth-Century Paris and Beyond: Prince Pierre Soltykoff's Famed Collection of Medieval Art -- Chapter 11 The Medieval Bury Chest: Mapping the Journey from Durham Cathedral to the Burrell Collection, Glasgow -- Chapter 12 Plunder, Dissolution, and Dodgy Dealing: The International Market for Spanish Art in the Nineteenth Century -- Chapter 13 Documenting the Violin Trade in Paris, 1930-1945: The Archives of Albert Caressa and Émile Français -- Chapter 14 Twice Plundered, and Still Far from Home: Tracing Nazi-Looted Books in Minsk and Moscow -- Part III Museums and Collection Formation: Provenancing Art and Nature -- Chapter 15 Lost and Found: Re-establishing Provenance for an Entire Museum Collection -- Chapter 16 Thomas Pattinson Yeats (1746-1782), Naturalist: Connecting Margaret Bentinck, Duchess of Portland, and William Hunter -- Chapter 17 A Kato Mosi Kaka and Other Tongan Treasures from the United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842) in the Smithsonian Institution.
    Chapter 18 Provenance and Place in Indigenous Australia -- Chapter 19 Pursuing Provenance: Perspectives on the Arts of Africa -- Chapter 20 One Object, Three Histories: Provenancing the Dromedary -- Chapter 21 Forest Gold -- Part IV Provenance and Collecting Policies: Practical, Legal, and Ethical Challenges -- Chapter 22 A Voyage into the Half-Known: Museum Ethics in the Early Twentieth Century -- Chapter 23 Forgotten Language of the Ledger: Signaling Ownership, Authority, and Provenance with Museum Accession Status -- Chapter 24 The Holy Family on an Unholy Odyssey: Legal Ownership of Stolen Trophy Art -- Chapter 25 Problems, Practices, and Politics of Provenancing Objects from China's Yuanmingyuan -- Chapter 26 Crisis Response and Beyond: The National Gallery of Australia's Asian Art Provenance Project and Other New Initiatives -- Chapter 27 Antiquities Trafficking and the Provenance Problem -- Chapter 28 Before, During, and After: Documenting Museum Collections in Times of Crisis and Disaster -- Index -- About the Contributors.
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    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.

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    English
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    9781538127582
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    1 online resource (451 pages)

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