Dyes in History and Archaeology
presentations at meetings

DHA33 Glasgow, Scotland 2014


Held at Bute Hall, University of Glasgow, 29 October - 1 November 2014.

DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Rebecca Summerour, Jennifer Giaccai, Keats Webb, Chika Mouri, Nicole Little   Technical analysis of archaeological Andean painted textiles
Jing Han, Anita Quye   Dyeing practice and the Society : A study of historical Chinese dyes of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911) by chemical analysis and history of art
Zvi C Koren   New revolutionary chemical insights regarding the ancient purple dyeing process and Pliny's ultimate decipherment
Ana Serrano, Maarten van Bommel, João Lopes, Jessica Hallett   The Red Road of the Iberian Expansion, cochineal and the global dye trade : Characterization of crimson textiles dyed with scale insects using UHPLC and multivariate statistical analysis
Ewa Orlińska-Mianowska, Monika Janisz, Elżbieta Rosłoniec, Katarzyna Lech   Polish cochineal - true or legend ? Investigation of red dyes in Polish textiles from the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw
Margareta Bergstrand   Mjolon or "Swedish sumac" Arctostaphylos uva-ursi L. as a dye source and mordant
Ingrid Houssaye Michienzi, Dominique Cardon   Colour fashions in Constantinople in the light of some unpublished archives of a Florentine company (end of XVth century)
Chiara Romano, Joanne Dyer, Nobuko Shibayama   Reading polychrome laces : Multispectral imaging techniques on historic textiles from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Jamie Mulherron, Lore G Troalen, Rosie Upton, Alison N Hulme   A Garland of Dyes : Dye sources and the stylistic development of English Turkeywork carpets
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna, Anna Brandys   Traditional tapestries in the old Polish territories
Lauren Ford, Richard S Blackburn, Christopher M Rayner   Extraction and identification of natural dyes for sustainable and historical applications
Maarten van Bommel, Thibaut Devièse, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Catherine Higgitt, Jo Kirby, Dimitrios Mantzouris, David Peggie, Art Ness Proaño Gaibor, Joanna Russell, Ina Vanden Berghe   To extract or not to extract ? : Strategies for the extraction of organic colorants from textile and paint samples
Terry T Schaeffer, Laura Maccarelli, Diana C Rambaldi   Scarlet, or Mock, or Not
Lore G Troalen, Ashley S Phillips, David A Peggie, Perdita E Barran, Alison N Hulme   Dyer's Greenweed fingerprinting in historical textiles using UHPLC and MS-MS
David Peggie, Jo Kirby, Wim Genuit, Julija Romanuka   Brazilwood lakes : Towards the identification of a marker component
Annalaura Restivo, Marialaura Dilillo, Ilaria Degano, Erika Ribechini, Maria Perla Colombini   Iron gall dyestuffs - A model study of degradation of textiles
Maurizio Aceto, Aldo Arrais, Francesco Marsano, Angelo Agostino, Gaia Fenoglio, Monica Gulmini, Ambra Idone, Daniela Gastaldi, Pietro Baraldi, Cheryl Porter, Isabella Whitworth   Mythic dyes or mythic colour ? New insight into the use of purple dyes on codices
Diane Kunzelman, Ezio Buzzegoli, Mattia Patti, Claudia Marchese, Daniela Uldank, Ilaria Degano, Ilaria Bonaduce, Francesca Modugno, Margherita D'Ayala Valva, Francesca Rosi, Francesca Gabrieli, Austin Nevin, Sara Bellei   A multi-disciplinary approach to analysis of historical red lake pigment samples
Ileana Cretu, Irina Petroviciu, Ina Vanden Berghe, Jan Wouters, Mihai Lupu, Florin Albu, Andrei Medvedovici   Correlation between colour, dye source(s) and fibres functionality - Hazard or criteria for "gold embroideries" dating and provenance ?
Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer, Regina Knaller, Maarten van Bommel, Ineke Joosten, Andreas G Heiss, Helga Natschläger, Bernhard Pichler, Rudolf Erlach, Luc Megens, Matthijs de Keijzer   Yellow silk for Buddha - Dye analysis on Tang Dynasty textiles from the Famen temple near Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China
Victor J Chen, Gregory D Smith, Amanda Holden, Niloo Paydar, Kathleen Kiefer   A coat of many colours : Dye analysis of an Uzbek coat
Susan Kay-Williams   David Smith : Dyer and manufacturing chemist - Man of transition
Matthijs de Keijzer, Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer   German synthetic dyes go East and West, period 1860-1913
 

Posters at DHA33

Maurizio Aceto, Aldo Arrais, Francesco Marsano, Elisa Calà, Angelo Agostino, Gaia Fenoglio, Monica Gulmini, Ambra Idone, Luigi Menghini, Lidia Leporini, Nicola Di Matteo, Cheryl Porter   Preliminary results from the characterisation of folium
Cristina Barrocas Dias, Joana Junceiro, Ana Manhita, Rosario Martins, Ana Teresa Caldeira   Using LC-DAD-MS to investigate the biodegradation of cochineal and brazilwood chromophores with fungi isolated from an historical Arraiolos reg
Didier Boisseuil, Luisa Dallai   Alum production in late medieval time : A new Mediterranean approach
Candan Cengiz, Emine Totgan, M Batuhan Kurt, Recep Karadag   Formation and its printability specifications of natural indigo printing inks
Candan Cengiz, M Batuhan Kurt, Emine Totgan, Recep Karadag   Investigation of properties and printing forces of inks obtained from Dactylopius coccus Costa
T Ferreira, H Mestre, A Conde, P Monteiro, A Candeias, C Dias, A T Caldeira   Material and microbiological characterization of the Evora Inquisition Banner
Alexandros Konstanta, Dimitrios Mantzouris, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Recep Karadag, Dimitrios Lampakis, Emine Torgan, Ali Akin Akyol, Kaan Iren   The purple pigment and dye used in Daskyleion in the Persian period
David Kohout, Helena Březinová   Silk Dyes and Mordants from the Medieval Waste Layer in Prague
Richard Laursen, Chika Mouri   Pseudoindirubin : a marker for woad-dyed textiles ?
M Julia Martinez Garcia   Can the juniper be a good raw material as mordant and dyestuff ?
Maria Joáo Melo, Rita Castro, Tatiana Vitorino   Reconstructing medieval lake pigments from "The book on how to make colours"
Roxany Moustarda, Ioannis Karapanagiotis   Preparing the next generation of the DHA meetings
Jamie Mulherron, Lore G Troalen, Rosie Upton, Miriam McLeod, Alison N Hulme   Dye Sources and Technical Analysis of the 13th and 14th Century Parrots in Roundels Silks
Anna Nowicka   Sensitivity of the red and blue dyes to the Bookkeeper preparation
Luba Dovgan Nurse, Valentina Ljubic-Tobisch, Chris Clouter, Maarten R van Bommel, Alisa Selviasiuk, Matthijs de Keijzer, Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer   Dye analysis contributes to the interpretation of the object's history : investigating upholstery of the 1841 horse-drawn railway carriage 'Hannibal' at the Technisches Museum Wien
D Gizem Özkan, Halide Sarioglu   Anatolian hand-woven Boyabat scarf's technical and aesthetical properties
Marta Pilarska, Jaroslaw Rogoz, Pawel Szroeder, Elbieta Basiul, Teresa Kurkiewicz, Adam Cupa   Optical and spectroscopic techniques in the identification of historic pigments and dyes
Anita Quye, Julie Wertz, Maarten van Bommel, Ineke Joosten, Karen Carruthers   All in the mix at the 19th C Balantyre dyeworks : synthetic violets and coloured pigments
Joanna Russell, Marei Hacke, Thibaut Deviese, Catherine Higgitt   Colourful textiles from a naturally-mummified medieval body from Sudan
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna, Anna Brandys   Fading colour of logwood as designer inspiration
Anita Quye, Eve-Anne Scholler, Sabine Wieber   Identifying fuchsine visually in dress and textile collections
Younsook Shin, Kyunghee Son, Eun Sil Choi, Dong-Il Yoo   Alternative Bioprocess of Indigo Reduction Dyeing using Freeze-dried Bacteria Strains from Traditional Indigo Vat
Younsook Shin, Kyunghee Son, Jun Yan, Dong-Il Yoo   Reproduction and Evaluation of Traditional Black Dyes of Korea
Jun Yan, Dong-Il Yoo, Younsook Shin   Textile Dyeing with Aqueous Extracts from Cone of Metasequoia
Victoria Stevens   A Versatile Tradition : Textile Dyeing for book conservation, using the Daubeny Library board slotting project as an examplar
Krista Vajanto, Maarten van Bommel   Dyes and possible mordants in miscellaneous Finnish archaeological textiles
Julie H Wertz, Anita Quye, David France, Lesley Richmond   Creation and analysis of synthetic alizarin and replicating Turkey red
 



DHA32 La Rochelle, France 2013


Held at Espace Encan in La Rochelle, 2 - 5 October 2013.

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Maurizio Aceto, Angelo Agostino, Gaia Fenoglio, Ambra Idone, Monica Gulmini, Rolf Haubrichs, Pietro Baraldi   To be (purple) or not to be
Ali Akin Akyol, Emine Torgan, Kaan Iren, Recep Karadag   Organic lake pigment analysis of Koru tumulus at Daskyleion in the Persian period
Cristina Maria Barrocas Dias, M. Silva, A. Manhita, Teresa Alexandra da Silva Ferreira   Using a “false shellfish purple” to dye wool
Jo Kirby, Maarten van Bommel, Alexia Coudray, Thibaut Devièse, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Catherine Higgitt, Dimitrios Mantzouris, David Peggie, Rachel Morrison, Art Ness Proaño Gaibor, Mark Richter, Joanna Russell, Heike Stege, Ina Vanden Berghe   From botanical source to analytical result: the influence of recipe and plant source on appearance and composition of anthraquinone and flavonoid dyes and pigments
Natalia Ortega Saez, Ina Vanden Berghe, Olivier Schalm, Joost Caen, Bert De Munck   Black dyed wool from five Belgian Archives (1650 - 1850) versus historical recipes and urban regulations
Julie Wertz, Anita Quye, David France, Lesley Richmond   Resurrecting Turkey red: Adapting an historic process for modern re-creation and analysis
Sophie Dallongeville, C. Tokarski, C. Rolando, Nicolas Garnier   MALDI-TOF-TOF mass spectrometry for the identification of natural red dyes
Vincent Daniels, Thibaut Devièse, Marei Hacke, Catherine Higgitt   Changing the aglycone composition of madder-derived pigments
Yoshiko Sasaki, Ryohei Fukae, Ken Sasaki   Red Dyes used for Rouge Cotton (Enji-wata)
Indra Kneepken, Art Néss Proaño Gaibor, Arie Wallert   Shearings and clippings: mediaeval production of red lake pigments
Yimin Yang, Huiping Zhen, Yi Si, Qiuju He, Bo Wang, Changsui Wang   Identification of pigments and dyes used on polychrome clay sculptures and wooden artifact from the Astana Tomb of the Tang dynasty (AD 618 - AD 907), Xinjiang, China
Maria J. Melo, Vanessa Otero, Tatiana Vitorino, Leslie Carlyle   Cochineal and its lake pigments: historic reconstructions from Winsor & Newton's archives
A. Lluveras-Tenorio, I. Degano, F. Parlanti, I. Bonaduce, K. Rasmussen, G. Lorenzetti, S. Legnaioli, V. Palleschi, D. Demosthenous, M.P. Colombini   Pigments, organic colorants and binding media in the Cyprus Orthodox icons tradition
Inês Cristóvãoa, Ana Claro   Embroidered networks: Indo-Portuguese textiles, their dyes and diverse origins
R. Santos, J. Hallett, A. Claro, B. McCarthy   Evolving industries: Identifying yellow dyes in 17th-century ‘Indo-Persian’ carpets
Jing Han, Anita Quye   Dyes and Dyeing in the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 - 1911) in China: Preliminary Evidence Based On Primary Chinese Sources
Matthijs de Keijzer   Feeling blue, dye red - Early synthetic organic dyes: substantive cotton dyes
Emre Dolen   Scientific research on natural dyes in Turkey, in the period of 1930 - 1950
Isabella Whitworth, Zvi C. Koren   Treasures from a Leeds Dye Chemist: A Century-Old "Tyrian Purple"?
Caterina Cappuccini, Thibaut Devièse, Catherine Higgitt   Comparative study of the accelerated ageing of Andean natural organic colorants by colorimetry and chromatography
Fariz Khalilli, Shola Bayramov   Natural dyes in new archaeological and ethnographic researches in Azerbaijan
Ewa Mianowska-Orlinska, Maria Cybulska   The approach to the characteristics of eighteenth-century silk colour palette
Younsook Shin, Kyunghee Son, Eun Sil Choi, Dong-Il Yoo   Application of Bacteria from Korean Traditional Indigo Vat to Indigo Reduction
Isabelle Clonier, Paola Croveri   Natural dyeing techniques for the restoration of ancient tapestries: Innocolors Project
 

Posters at DHA32

Serap Ayaz Seyhan, Çaglar Demirbag, Emre Dölen   The Analysis of the Relative Abundance of the Dyestuffs Obtained from Kermes (Kermes Vermillio) in the Northwest of Turkey
Çaglar Demirbag, Serap Ayaz Seyhan, Emre Dölen   Identification of Indigoid Dyes Found in Rapana venosa by High Performance Liquid Chromatography with Diode-array Detection
T. Ferreira, H. Moreiras, A. Manhita, C. Frade, E. Lopes, P. Tomaz, P. S. Rodrigues, J. Mirão, A. Candeias, C. Dias, A. T. Caldeira   Material characterization of a Liturgical Cope belonging to D. Teotónio of Braganza (16th Century)
Vugar Guliyev, Irada Gadirova   Dying in carpet art in Azerbaijan
Monica Gulmini, Ambra Idone, Manuela Moi, Matilde Borla, Cinzia Oliva, Maurizio Aceto   Selected Coptic textiles from the collection of the Egyptian Museum of Turin: a non-invasive survey on dyeing materials
Lamya Hayat   Extraction of a red dye from the roots Arnebia decumbens ( Ad) from Kuwait desert of multi - medicinal values
Sevim Karabulut, Türkan Yurdun, Gülbin Erdogan, Emre Dölen   An Evaluation of Barbarossa Hayrettin Pasha’s Naval Ensign of the 16th Century in Istanbul Naval Museum with Dyestuff Analysis
Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Dimitrios Lampakis, Anna Fostiridou, Svetlana Vivtenko, Panagiotis Manoudis, Lilian Achilara   Cochineal, wild madder and other colourants detected in Hellenistic/Roman figurines
Dr Susan Kay-Williams   Exploring the development of dye sample books 1856 - 1905
Chika Mouri, Blythe McCarthy   Dyes on Japanese silk mountings in the last 300 years
Irina Petroviciu, Ileana Cretu, Mihai Lupu   Dyes in textiles from Romanian collections in a European context (EURODYE) a CHARISMA/ ARCHLAB PROJECT developed at the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (OCW-RCE)
Assoc Prof. Dr. Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna, Assos Pror. Malgorzata Zimniewska, Jakub Kowalinski , Barbara Romanowska   Dyeing Plants as an source of Beautiful colour for knitted linen fabrics
Assoc Prof. Dr. Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna, Jakub Kowalinski   Natural dyestuffs as connection between the world of history, culture and technical applications. Promotion of historical methods by INF&MP
Younsook Shin, Min Choi, Dong-Il Yoo   Indigo Dyeing Using Organic Reducing Agent from Food By-product
Younsook Shin, Kyunghee Son, Dong-Il Yoo   Reduction of Indigo using Yeast Strains
Anne-Laure Gagez, Boris Letribot, Jean-René Chérouvrier, Dominique Cardon, Anne de La Sayette, Laurent Picot, Valérie Thiéry   Characterization of precursors of dye from gastropods of Ocinebrellus inornatus and Ocenebra erinacea detected on the Island of Ré in the Atlantic coast of France
Emine Torgan, Berrin Altuntepe and Recep Karadag   Silk dyeing and lake pigments obtaining from Helichrysum arenarium and their analysis
M. Toussirot, W. Nowik, E. Hnawia, N. Lebouvier, A-E Hay, A. de la Sayette, M-G Dijoux-Franca, P. Cabalion, D. Cardon, M. Nour   Characterization of Morinda citrifolia L. dye and its identification in cultural heritage artifacts from New Caledonia
Ina Vanden Berghe, Mª Julia Martínez García   Purple dyeing with strawberry tree and alkanna according to the Classical recipes: insights in the dye content of this particular vegetable purple dyeing recipe
Christine Brunet, Oscar Chiantore, Isabelle Clonier, Paola Croveri, Anne de la Sayette, Laura Degani, Julia Gazères, Valérie Girardin, Roberto Pertile   INNOCOLORS - A European collaboration to promote natural dyes for industry and restoration of cultural heritage
 



DHA31 Antwerp 2012


Held in Antwerp, 18 - 19 October 2012.

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Judith Bannerman, Margareta Bergstrand and Jeanette Schäring   Yes, it is beautiful - but is it really light - fast? Micro - fade tester as a tool to evaluate the light fastness of natural dyes.
Jing Han, Wei Liu, Gang Hu and Xiaomei Zhang   Using Optical Reflectance Spectra to Analyse Dyed Textile by Principal Component Analysis.
Annette Paetz gen. Schieck and Elke Michler   Chances and limits of VIS-spectrometry - a non- destructive method of dye- determination applied on ancient textiles.
Ambra Idone, Maurizio Aceto, Monica Gulmini, Angelo Agostino and Gaia Fenoglio   Identification of dyes in Persian manuscripts.
Hassan Ebeid, Jean Brown and Brian Singer   The role of yellow-dyed papers in the protection against biological attack.
Mohamed Marouf and Rafat Elkhatib   Using Natural Dyes in Restoration of Ancient Manuscripts.
Chika Mouri and Richard Laursen   Identification of anthraquinone markers for distinguishing Rubia species in madder-dyed textiles.
Mika Takami and Ina Vanden Berghe   Characterisation of once-black Queen Victoria's Privy Council dress c.1837.
Maarten R. van Bommel and Enrica Fantini   Unravelling the colour palette of 19th century furniture: Reconstruction and analysis of synthetic dyes used as stains.
Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Dimitrios Mantzouris and Chris Cooksey   An improved method for the analysis of Tyrian purple samples and the application to historical and archaeological samples.
Zvi C Koren and Chris Verhecken-Lammens   An Integrated Microscopic and Chromatographic Analysis of the Molluskan Purple Yarns in the Katoen Natie KTN 1475 Coptic Textile.
Jan Wouters and Chris Verhecken-Lammens   Royal purple in historical, analytical and technical context.
Christina Kreuzner   Alkanna tinctoria (L.) Tausch as Purple Dye in the Recipes of Papyrus Graecus Holmiensis and Papyrus Leidensis X.
Julia Martínez García   κομαρι some hypothesis about an enigmatic dyestuff described in certain recipes of Greek alchemical papyri.
André Verhecken and Patricia Pikhaus   A Flemish dye recipes manuscript from the 1620's.
Maria Perla Colombini, Susanna Conti, Ilaria Degano, Isetta Tosini and Licia Triolo   Beyond the eye-sight: the puzzle of a Japanese manchira
Yoshiko Sasaki and Ken Sasaki   Provenance analysis of protoberberines in Amur Cork tree in historical textiles: an approach for origin of the textiles in East Asia.
Jan Wouters and Ana Claro   HPLC-PDA analysis of safflower red and -yellow, cape jasmine and gromwell in mild-acid hydrolyzed samples of Asian historic textiles.
Irina Petroviciu, Ileana Cretu, Mircea Dunca, Florin Albu and Andrei Medvedovici   A discussion on the biological sources identified in kilims and knot carpets belonging to the National Art Museum of Romania.
Emine Torgan, Recep Karadag and Leopold Puchinger   Dyestuff, metal and technical analyses of some historical silk objects from Topkapi Palace Museum.
Lore G. Troalen, Alison N. Hulme, Jim Tate and Chantal Knowles   Thorny Questions About the Athapaskan Porcupine Quill work Collection at National Museums Scotland.
Riikka Alvik   Dyes and Textiles from Shipwrecks. Case studies Vrouw Maria and St. Michel from the Age of Enlightenment.
Thibaut Devièse and Catherine Higgitt   Central coastal textiles from the Chancay culture : dye sources and technologies.
Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer, Maarten R. van Bommel, Anna Hartl, Andreas Heiss and Art Ness Proaño Gaibor   Dyes and dye plants of Bronze and Iron Age Europe.
 

Posters at DHA31

Erika Ribechini, Ilaria Degano, Marco Zanaboni, A. Pavan and Maria Perla Colombini   Pink-violet residues from pottery recovered in Sumthuran (Oman): chromatographic and mass spectrometric investigations
Maria Perla Colombini, Ilaria Degano, Sandro Jurinovich, Stefano Legnaioli, Benedetta Mennucci, Vincenzo Palleschi, Josefina Pérez-Arantegui, Annalaura Restivo and Erika Ribechini   The short life of tannins - an innovative approach to the study of ageing processes in tannin dyed textiles.
Anthony Durham and Michael Goormachtigh   Glass, Vitriol, and Indigo
Jeyhun Eminli, Khagani Almammadov, Emil Iskenderov   Rhitons - semantic and dyestuff analyses.
Gökhan Erkan, Canan Aydin, Emine Torgan and Recep Karadag   Dyeing of silk fabrics with madder (Rubia tinctorum L.) and their analyses
Hiromi Kutsuna, Yoshiko Sasaki, Ken Sasaki and Takahiko Kutsuna   Study of Enji : Red Dyes for Cosmetics, Medicine and Colours
Richard Laursen and Chika Mouri   Decomposition and analysis of Carthamin in safflower-dyes textiles
Maria J. Melo, Vanessa Otero, Tatiana Vitorino and Leslie Carlyle   Brazilwood and its lake pigments: historic reconstructions.
E. M. Montesinos-Ferrandis, S. Vicente-Palomino, L. Fuster-López and D.J. Yusá-Marco   Study of the influence of black dyes in the physico-mechanical behaviour of silk fabrics
Dimitra Aslanidou, Kostas Tsioptsias, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Costas Panayiotou   Effects of a textile cleaning method using supercritical CO2 on dyes
Gianluca Poldi   Re-thinking to Reflectance Spectrometry as a tool to identify some classes of dyes in old textiles and paintings in situ with examples
Maike Piecuch   Studies of the category "Rheinische Zeugdrucke"
Adeola Victor Popoola   Dyeing of mats and other decorative artifacts using natural dye from Ginger Rhizome.
Art Ness Proaño Gaibor, Maarten van Bommel, Susanna Bracci, Jo Kirby Atkinson and David Peggie   Rare compounds studies in Reseda luteola L. and Rubia tinctorum L.
Ana Serrano, Maarten van Bommel, Jessica Hallett   A New Method for Characterizing Dyestuffs with Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography
Younsook Shin, Geun Joong Kim, Dong-Il Yoo   Microbiological analysis of naturally fermented indigo vat by Korean traditional method
Lore G. Troalen, Helen Hughes, Jim Tate, David Howell and Alison N. Hulme   English tapestry workshops in the mid-16th century : characterisation and provenance through PDA-HPLC and UPLC analysis
Riikka Räisänen, Krista Vajanto and Ina Vanden Berghe   Dialogue with folklore and dye analysis - HPLC-DAD analysis of some Finnish folkloristic textiles
I. Irving Ziderman   The Tekhelet Project: to revive the industrial dyeing of ancient hyacinthine purple
 



DHA30 Derby 2011


Held in Derby, 13 - 14 October 2011.

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
M Bergstrand and K Hinrichs Degerblad   The Colours of Sweden. A short history of the use of organic dyes and lakes in Sweden
M de Keijzer, M van Bommel and R Hofmann-de Keijzer   A colour boom: the di- and tri-aryl methane dyes
J. Richard Aspland   At the close of the first synthetic dye epoch: synthetic and natural dyes and dyeing in review
R Feldman   How surprising was the almost complete absence of indigo dyeing in the Pacific islands?
P John, P García-Macías, P Harris, M Hodson   Mineral impurities as indicators of the origin of natural indigo samples
Rex Cowan and Jenny Balfour-Paul   Dyes recovered from shipwrecks; special reference to indigo from a Spanish galleon
Adeola V. Popoola   Indigo dyeing among the Yorubas of South Western Nigeria: A historical perspective.
Vanessa Habib   ART, TRADE AND CHEMISTRY IN THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT: The Colours of Cudbear and Galium and the Pioneering Work of Cuthbert and George Gordon of Leith and Glasgow'.
H Ebeid, A Geary, J Brown   A Study of natural dyes of Egyptian paper: preliminary findings and discussion
K Schmidt-Przewozna, M Wronska-Friend   Natural dyes in Polish batik: a century of experiments
Dominique Cardon   Unusual dyeing recipes from 18th century Languedoc illustrated-Historical and technical comments
A Hartl, A Ness Proaño Gaibor, R Hofmann-de Keijzer, M R. van Bommel   Woad is more than blue
Margarita Gleba, Ina Vanden Berghe   Shellfish purple in pre-Roman Italy: new evidence from Strozzacapponi (Perugia/Corciano)
I Karapanagiotis, S Sotiropoulou, L Valianou   Identification of Tyrian Purple in Aegean Bronze Age pigments
David Pybus   What was The Royal Society doing with alum in the mid-17th century ?
Mike Dobby   The use of hand held XRF as an aid to the identification of dyes
A Serrano, M Sousa, J Hallett, J Lopes, C Oliveira   A New Methodology for the Analysis of Cochineal Dyes in Historical Textiles
Terry Schaeffer and Diana Rambaldi   Are Transforms of Diffuse Reflectance Spectra Suitable for Use in Dye Identification?
L. Puchinger, R Paltram and E Brynzak   Natural Organic Dyestuff Analysis: The Charged Aerosol Detector (CAD) compared to the Diode Array Detector (DAD)
Yoshiko Sasaki, Ken Sasaki   Determination of Yellow Dyes based on Quantitative Analysis of Protoberberine Alkaloids
O Abdel-Kareem, H E. Ahmed, K Elnagar   Identification of Dyes in Rare Fatimid Textiles in the museum of Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Egypt
T Deviese, C Higgitt, N Bosscher and Lousiane Verger   Analysis of organic colorants at the British Museum and preliminary results from study of the Andean textile collection
David Peggie, Rachel Morrison, Jo Kirby and Lisa Monnas   Renaissance pigments from textiles: silks from the Victoria & Albert Museum and sources of dye for pigments in paintings from the National Gallery Collection
Vincent Daniels, Marei Hacke and Catherine Higgitt   The preparation of madder-based pigments in antiquity
Margareta Ekroth Edebo, Anna Javér   The Gösta Sandberg collection of dyed textile samples, dying equipment and archival material at the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg
Michaelle Biddle   Dyes as Ink, Ink as Medicine - Drinking the Word of God in Northern Nigeria
 

Posters at DHA30 Thursday

O Abdel-Kareem, A. Eltokhy, M.A. Harith   Application of Laser Induced Fluorescent as a Non-destructive Technique in Identification of Dyes on Museum Textiles in Egypt
Rosemary M. Baker   Raman spectroscopy of nineteenth century synthetic textile dyes
Zahra Ahmadi   Effect of After Treatment Process on Woollen Dyed Properties by Madder
Jeyhun Eminli   The development phases of the dyed and painted pottery in Azerbaijan
A Emandi, M Marinescu, O Cinteza, T Emandi   Decaying markers of some wall painting artificial aging pigments by the air pollutants agents and the biologic attack
Khagani Almammadov   Dyestuff analyzes and decoration methods of the Chalcolithic painted and dyed pottery of Azerbaijan
Hassan Ebeid   Can colour protect? The role of yellow dyed endpapers in protection against biological attack
Ozan Deveoglu, Burcu Y.Sahinbaskan, Emine Torgan, Recep Karadag   Examination on RP-HPLC-DAD, colour and fastness properties of dyed silk fabrics with madder (Rubia tinctorium L.) and Walloon oak (Quercus ithaburensis Decaisne)
M W. Ballard, L Mina, M Hacke, and R J.Speakman   Portable and micro-XRF: a non-destructive way to screen textiles and identify mordants
Maria Perla Colombini, Ilaria Degano, Marialaura Dilillo   Characterisation of organic pigments by HPLC-ESI-Q-ToF: preliminary investigations
A Hartl, R Hofmann-de Keijzer, M R. van Bommel, A Ness Proaño Gaibor, I Joosten, K Grömer, H Rösel-Mautendorfer, K Kania, H Reschreiter, E Lachner, M Wandl, R Erlach   Dyeing techniques of the Hallstatt-Textiles: analysis, experiments and inspiration for contemporary application
N Bosscher, T Deviese, J Padfield, C Higgitt, A Ness Proaño Gaibor, H Schraven and M van Bommel  Extraction methods for the HPLC characterisation of organic colorants in cultural heritage objects: creations of an online searchable bibliographic reference database
Sylvie Neven, Jana Sanyova Describing the "elusive": Availability, Preparation and Use of Anthocyanin Colorants in the North of Europe from the 14th to the 16th century
 

Posters at DHA30 Friday

M Marinescu, A Emandi, I. Emandi, O Cinteza A rapid and reliable quantification protocol for the study of the artificially ageing of indigo pigment
Zahra Ahmadi Optimization of variables in the dyeing of woollen yarn by madder in order to dye matching
Jane Insley James Watt and Turkey Red
Seher Karsli Ceppioglu and Turkan Yurdun In Vitro Testing for Genotoxicity of Indigoid Dyes by Comet Assay
Victor Popoola, Mariam Oloye and Yewande Alade Effects of Sizing agents on the mechanical and dyeing properties of native Cotton fabric dyed using dyestuff from Morinda lucida (Brimstone tree)
Krista Vajanto, Riikka Alvik Dyes from ship wreck Vrouw Maria
D SUSUZ, E DÖLEN Development of an RP-HPLC Method for the Analysis of Flavonoids in Achillea biebersteinii and Investigation of Wool Dyeing
Ozan Deveoglu, Burcu Y.Sahinbaskan, Emine Torgan, Recep Karadag Investigation of dyeing properties of silk fibers dyed by weld (Reseda luteola L.) and Walloon oak (Quercus ithaburensis Decaisne)
Emre Dölen and Serap Ayaz Seyhan DETERMINING STABILITY CONSTANTS OF KERMESIC ACID AND FLAVOKERMESIC ACID COMPLEXES WITH TIN(II) BY POTENTIOMETRIC METHOD
Y Sasaki, R Fukae, T Kutuna, H Kutuna, K Sasaki Determination of Red Dyes used for Rouge Cotton (Enji-wata)
Natalia Ortega Saez, Ina Vanden Berghe Black dyed wool: Production techniques, degradation and their effect on conservation
T Yurdun, Seher Karsli Ceppioglu, R. Gurcan Oraltay Investigation of Metal Wired Coloured Historical Textile Using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and HPLC-DAD.

 

DHA29 Lisbon 2010


Held in Lisbon, 11-13 November 2010.

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Richard Laursen Kihachijo, an unusual, traditional Japanese yellow dye
Vanessa Habib Dyeing and printing in Edinburgh in the age of Enlightenment: the manufacturing interests of Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun, 1692-1766
Nicolas Garnier English “Sheldon” tapestry workshop in the mid-16th century: characterisation and provenance through PDA-HPLC analysis
A. Sklodowska Microbial decolourization and degradation of natural red dyes extracted from genuine silk velours in Wilanów - Museum Palace
Zvi Koren New findings of the biblical Argaman purple dyes at Masada : an HPLC-PDA multicomponent study
Irina Petroviciu LC-MS and LC-MS/MS dye analysis on textiles and parchment documents from Romanian collections
Rosie Baker The public perception of synthetic textile dyes in England in the late nineteenth century
Cristina Montagner The Dyeing of Paper in the Pulp : handbook in the past database in the present
Conceição Oliveira Characterisation of Early Synthetic Dyes by HPLC-DAD-ESI/MS
Katarzyna Lech LC-ESI MS/MS study of pre-Columbian Peruvian textiles from the state ethnographic museum in Warsaw
Matthijs de Keijzer Indigo carmine : favored but fading
Cristina Dias Material study on historical Portuguese Arraiolos tapestries (17th-19th century period)
Estrella Sanz Characterization of natural and synthetic dyes employed in the manufacture of Chinese garment pieces by LC-DAD and LC-DAD-QTOF
Ken Sasaki ESI Mass Spectrometric Analysis of the Early Synthetic Dyes
Lore G. Troalen English “Sheldon” tapestry workshop in the mid-16th century: characterisation and provenance through PDA-HPLC analysis
Ilaria Degano The identification of the organic painting materials in Andrea Mantegna’s Pala di San Zeno
Jan Wouters Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.). History of use in China; ancient and present-day preparation technologies; a new identification strategy
Jens Bartoll Silk in the prussian royal palaces - dye and pigment analysis
Krista Vajanto Folklore red in Finland
Isabella Whitworth The Orchil Trail : from Portugal and Angola
 

DHA28 Poznan 2009


Held at the Institute of Natural Fibres & Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Poland, 21-23 October 2009.

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
I. Petroviciu, I. Vanden Berghe, I. Cretu, A. Medvedovici, F. Albu LC-DAD and LC-MS dye analysis on textiles from Romanian collections
F. Khalilli, B. Ibrahimov, T. Yurdun, R. Karadag Dyestuff analysis of the 4th-7th- and 13th-14th-century archaeological textiles from the National Museum of History of Azerbaijan
K. Lech, M. Jarosz The LC-ESI MS Study of Chasubles from the Treasury of the Wawel Cathedral
Y. Sasaki, K. Sasaki Non-destructive Dye Analysis for the Fragment of Japanese Kimono
I. Degano, M.P. Colombini Analytical challenge and conservation: the case of the early restoration of a medieval tapestry
I. Karapanagiotis, L. Valianou Tyrian purple and other dyes identified in a Byzantine textile
Z. C. Koren The Purples of Masada
D. Cardon, W. Nowik, M. Trojanowicz, R. Marcinowska, K. Kusyk, H. Granger-Taylor. True purple in ancient Egypt: an affordable luxury
I. I. Ziderman Enigma of the Septuagenarian Murex
I. Boesken Kanold, Z. C. Koren Hexaplex snail sex and the Purple pigment
R. Haubrichs The isolation of Shellfish Purple and identification as 6,6'-dibromoindigo by Paul Friedländer (Video).
E. Oberhumer, M. R. van Bommel, M. de Keijzer, S. de Groot, R. Erlach, R. Hofmann-de Keijzer An Asian-European Assemblage - Dyestuffs and Mordants on a Viennese Folding Screen, decorated with a Chinese Embroidery
M. M. Sousa, M. Ballard, J. Giaccai, C. Grzywacz Analysis of Early Synthetic Dyes with HPLC-DAD-MS and FTIR
M. de Keijzer,R. Hofmann-de Keijzer The colourful life of Adolf Lehne (1856-1930)
M. van Bommel, M. de Keijzer, K. van Duin Lehne’s tables: An overview of 19th-century synthetic dyes
B. Verhille Three medieval tinctorial plants - woad, madder, weld: their usage as medicinal plants since the Neolithic to the present times. The case of woad
I. Whitworth A Leeds Archive Rediscovered and the Orchil Trail to Ecuador
K. Schmidt-Przewozna, W. Przewozny Polish cochineal Porphyophora polonica L. --traditional natural dyestuff used in Wielkopolska Province.
J. Minksztym Is Red Truly the Colour of Love ? Colours’ Functions in Polish Folk Attire.
M. Akan, Z. Erdogan A research on wool yarn resistance in Anatolian natural dyeing
M. Zimniewska, J. Batog, K. Schmidt-Przewozna, E. Bogacz Application of nanolignin for improvement of UV barrier properties of naturally dyed fabrics
Z. Tezel, H. Sinem Sanli Dyeing the Silk Texture with Some Colour Plants and Comparing the Light fastness and Breaking Resistance of the Acquired Colours
K. Vajanto Striped mittens of the Lady of Eura - a reconstruction of Viking Age nalbinding fragments
M. J. Melo, C. Miguel, V. Risdonne Dyes and pigment lakes in medieval Portuguese illuminations
C. Domingo, Z. Jurasekova, E. del Puerto, J.V. García-Ramos, S. Sánchez-Cortés Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) applied to the detection of organic pigments and dyes in Cultural Heritage objects
L. Puchinger, F. Sauter, A. Gössl PY-CGC/MS - A new method for analyzing organic dyestuffs
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA28

M. van Bommel, I. Joosten, A. de Tagle CHARISMA: Cultural Heritage Advanced Research Infrastructures: Synergy for a Multidisciplinary Approach to conservation / restoration CHARISMA: Cultural Heritage Advanced Research Infrastructures: Synergy for a Multidisciplinary Approach to conservation / restoration
Masako Saito Dyes on Japanese azmor brains from XIIth to XIXth Centuries
G. Abdulova, T. Yurdun, R. Karadag Dyestuff analysis of the XVIth and XIXth Centuries ethnographic silk textiles from the National Museum of History of Azerbaijan.
I.L. Ilea Problems Raised by the Chromatic Integration in the Restoration of Ethnographic Carpets
R. Karadag, E. Cücen, T. Yurdun Formation, HPLC analysis and colour measurement of the natural pigment obtained from weld ( Reseda luteola)
I. Vanden Berghe LC-DAD and LC-MS dye analysis on textiles from Romanian collections
I. Vanden Berghe, M. van Strydonck Clothing and Identities. New perspectives on Textiles from the Roman Empire (DressID)
D. Mantzouris, I.Karapanagiotis Investigation of dyes used in textiles of Mount Athos
E. Dolen, S. Karabulut  Carminic acid pigments from Cochineal
P.A. Sykas Joshua Wardle's "raven blacks" dyed on silk in the mid-1800s.
E. Sanz, A. Arteaga, M.A. García, C. Cámara  Characterization of natural dyes from the reference collection of American dyestuff of the Spanish Cultural Heritage Institute (IPCE)
Anne Rickenbach Traditional Greendyeing in Switzerland. A Retrospective View: Verena Zortea’s Life and Work from “Oetzi” to “Cycle of the Year 2008”
N. Kayabasi, N. Ülger, B. Er Colour and motif used in felt textures
J. Eminli Painted pottery of Azerbaijan in the Hellenic period
N. Kayabasi, B. Er, S.Kara Colour and paints used in Kutahya tiles
L. Puchinger, F. Sauter, A. Gössl "Results of Optimisation Studies for Madder Dyeing".
L. Hayat Extraction of a red dye from a Kuwaiti desert plant ( Al Kuhail ) that has multiple medicinal application potentials.
J. Mellors, A. Parsons Natural Resources used by Church Painters in Northern Ethiopia, 2007
H. Sinem SANLI, N. Kayabasi, F. Söylemezoglu Dyeing of Silk Yarns with Important Some Dye Plants in Turkey
R. Mongkholrattanasit, J. Kryštufek, J. Wiener Dyeing, fastness and UV protection properties of natural Dye
T. Yurdun. R. Karadag Identification of flavonoids in aerial parts of Weld (Reseda luteola) extract, dyed silk and colour measurement
L.Kucerová, M. Škrdlantová The influence of different natural dyes on the degradation of the cellulose textile material
E. A Harby, N Fragiskos, Kolisis An extensive study of the effect of the enzyme protease that used in textile conservation on cotton fabric dyed with turmeric dye, madder dye.
M. van Bommel, M. Groot Wassink, S. de Groot, Art Néss Proano Giabor, J. Kirby, D. Peggie, S. Sotiropoulou, I. Karapanagiotis, C.Miliani, C. Clementi, I.vanden Berghe, H. Stege CHARISMA, Joint research activity: From botanical source to analytical result.
R. Räisänen, S.Hynninen Tancy Tanacetum vulgare as a source of dye and drug
J. Kozlowki., W.Buchwald., A Adamczak, A.Forycka, E. Bilinska  Dye plants in phytotherapy
K.Schmidt-Przewozna, J.Kowalinski, G.Oleszak, Turowski  Revitalization of natural dyeing plants in INF&MP plantations.
 

DHA27 Istanbul 2008


Held at Mamara University, Istanbul, Turkey, 7-10 October 2008

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
David Pybus  Interaction of 16th to 18th century English Yorkshire alum producers, salters and London dyers
David Mitchell  An 18th century London dyer's working notebooks : How they produced pastel colours 'out of grain'
Roger Feldman, David Pybus and David Mitchell  The working life span of 17th and 18th century London dyers
Matthijs de Keijzer, Maarten R. van Bommel and Regina Hofmann de Keijzer  The early synthetic organic dyestuffs : the ponceaus
François Delamare  Prussian blue, such a French dye
Lamya Hayat  Red color, water insoluble medicinal extracts of shikonin dyes from Arnebiae decumbens (Baraginoceae)
Katarzyna Schmidt - Przewozna  Surface improvement on linen naturally dyed fabrics to increase dyeing efficiency
Shaukat Ali, Saima Umbreen, Muhammad Asif and Tanveer Hussain  Dyeing properties of alkaline extracts of Eucalyptus's bark and their comparison with reactive dyeings
Shaukat Ali, Saima Umbreen, Muhammad Asif and Tanveer Hussain  Optimization of alkaline extraction of natural dye from Acacia's bark and its dyeing on cotton by exhaust method
Bernard Verhille  Indigo plants and woad in ancient Asia Minor
Adeola V. Popoola  Indigo dyeing among the Yorubas of South Western Nigeria : A historical perspective
Maj Ringgaard and Annemette Bruselius Scharff  Indigo in archaeological textiles
Naceur Ayed  Traditional recipes for dyeing with natural mixed dyestuffs in Tunisia : The last artisan dyeing with indigo and madder
Chris Cooksey  The identification of historic dyes - Past, present and future
Türkan Yurdun, Recep Karadag and Emre Dolen  Determination method for the dye sources of historical dyestuffs
Irina Petroviciu, Andrei Medvedovici and Florin Albu  Analytical protocol for the identification of natural dyes and organic pigments in museum objects, mainly based on MS detection
Erwin Rosenberg  On the feasibility of building LC - MS spectral libraries for natural organic dyestuffs
Aldo Romani, C. Clementi, G. Basconi, and C. Millani  Chartamus tinctorius : An organic dyestuff characterized by luminescence spectroscopy
Carole Mathe and Cathy Vieillescazes  Chromatographic study of a yellow matter historically employed in Cultural Heritage : Reseda luteola (weld)
Katarzyna Lech, Ewa Mianowska and Maciej Jarosz  Yellow multiplicity - Attempt to identify dyestuffs by applying mass spectrometry
Cecily M. Grzywacz, Jan Wouters, Michel Bouchard, Maria Vega Cañamares, Ana Claro and Maria João Melo  GCI's Asian organic colorants project : a study of Gardenia augusta colorants by HPLC-PDA-MS, Raman, SERS and microSPEX
Margarita Gleba, Ulla Mannering and Ina Vanden Berghe  Colours and dyes of early iron age danish textiles
Ileana Cretu, Irina Petroviciu and Ina Vanden Berghe  Some more dye analysis on Romanian archaeological textiles from Bucovina, 16th century
Lemonia Valianou, Kostantina Stathopoulou, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Prokopios Magiatis and Yannis Chryssoulakis  Young fustic: Chemical composition and identification in post-Byzantine textiles
Yoshiko Sasaki and Ken Sasaki  Dye analysis using portable spectroscopic systems for Japanese historical kimono
Evangelia A. Varella and Zoe Eirini Papliaka  The effect of humidity, temperature and ultraviolet radiation on the colour and molecular structure of contemporary pictorial artworks
Omar Abdel-Kareem  The role of natural dyes in preservation of Ancient Egyptian textiles
Leopold Puchinger, Friedrich Sauter and R. Paltram  Optimization of pigment production based on madder roots
Leonel Carvalho da Silva, A. Claro, M. J. Melo, E. J. Cabrita and L. Mafra  Using solid and liquid state NMR techniques to unveil the secrets of alizarin lakes
M. M. Sousa, M. J. Melo, A. J. Parola, F. E. Cook and J. A. Lopes  On natural flavylium chromophores as species markers for dragon's blood resins from Dracaena and Daemonorops trees
Karen Diadick Casselman and Takako Terada  Murex and orchil methods and technique : Part 2
Zahra Ahmadi  Effect of ammonia solution in the natural dyes hue
Cheryl Porter  The use of organic red in Mamluk manuscripts
Mustafa Arli, Nuran Kayabasi and H. Sinem Sanli  Colours used in Turkish carpets and rugs and the plants yielding these colours
Barbara Bigler, Ina vanden Berghe and Andre Verhecken  The colour gamut of madder
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA27

Yeter Yesil and E. Akalin  The plants of using for dye in Kürecik (Akçadag / Malatya), eastern Anatolia of Turkey
Gizem Emre Bulut and Ertan Tuzlaci  Traditional dye plants of Bayramic (Canakkale-Turkey)
Aysen Soysaldi  The necessity of the education on natural dyeing in Türkiye, beginning 2000's
Fatma Nur Basaran and Nuran Kayabasi  Hand-woven carpets in Konya city Eregli district and yarn dyeing applications
Gulzade Abdulova  National methods of dyeing in Azerbaijan
Fariz Khalilli  Textile and dyeing in 4th-14th centuries in Azerbaijan
Georg F. Kremer  Study on historical textile samples from central European collections : Research on type of dyes application period and its geographical distribution and places of origin
Yeghis Keheyan, Gayane ElIazyan, Armen Sahakyan and Hasmik Khachatryan  Characterization of Ararat cochineal : A model study
Iulia Claudia Teodorescu and Irina Petroviciu  The Transylvanian collection of Anatolian rugs : A permanent challenge
Lemonia Valianou, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Mohammad S. Mubarak, sister Daniilia and Yannis Chryssoulakis  A brief HPLC-PDA-MS study for the identification of dyestuffs in icons of the Cretan school
Lemonia Valianou, Recep Karadag, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Turkan Yurdun, Yannis Chrysoulakis and Emre Dolen  The dyes of a silk brocade of the Ottoman period
Hitomi Fujii, Carole Mathe and Cathy Vieillescazes  Liquid chromatographic study of weld dyes
Seher Karsli, Türkan yurdun, Recep Karadag and Emre Dolen  Anthraquinones in wool fibres dyed with some Rubia species
Friedrich Sauter and Leopold Puchinger  Direct identification of indigo on textiles by means of PY-CGC/MS
Ozan Deveoglu, Recep Karadag, Turkan Yurdun and Emre Dolen  Pigments obtained from buckthorn (Rhamnus petiolaris Boiss)
Emine Torgan, Recep Karadag, Turkan Yurdun and Hikmet Savci  Production and analysis of the pigment from madder plant (Rubia tinctorum L.)
Sylvie Neven, Jana Sanyova and Anna Mambrin  The “Tuchlein” colours in the Strasbourg family text : Recipes for anthocyanin pigments
Mihai I. A. Lupu  Indigo and other organic pigments detected in paintings investigated at the National Museum of Art, Romania
Ana Emandi, Ioan Stamatin, Iulian Iordache and Gheorghe Niculescu  Integrated methods in studying wood support weathering of some sacral moderate paints from Stelea-Targoviste Church
Skrdlantova Marketa  Degradation of dyed textile
Omar Baturay and Yusuf Yildiz  General status in solvent dyeing
 

DHA26 Vienna 2007


Held at the Natural History Museum Vienna, 7-10 November 2007

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer, Karina Grömer, Maarten R. van Bommel, Ineke Joosten, Hans Reschreiter and Helga Mautendorfer  Hallstatt textiles - the oldest dyed textiles found in Austria
Maria Jaõa Melo, Ana Claro, Isa Rodrigues, Meredith Montague and Richard Newman  The color of Andean textiles from the MFA collection
Ilaria Degano and Maria Perla Colombini  Dyestuff identification in pre-Peruvian archaeological textiles
Fanny Bessard  Medieval dyers' workshops in the Hippodrome of Jerash (Jordan)
Katarzyna Lech, Maria Puchalska, Elzbieta Rosloniec and Maciej Jarosz  Mass spectrometric and liquid chromatographic investigation of historical fabrics from the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw
Zvi C. Koren  Color analyses of some unusual textiles from ancient Israel
Christoph Krekel, Stella Eichner and Karin Geißinger  De edera et lacca - Identification of a medieval colorant made from Ivy
Masanori Sato  Identification of vegetable blue dyestuff “Torichotomine”
Gundula Voss  Preparation and properties of polymers with indigo units
Nobuko Shibayama, Elena Phipps, Lucy Commoner, Mark Wypyski  Investigation of dyed rabbit hair in a 16th-17th century colonial Latin American textile
John Edmonds  Imperial Purple, dye and pigment
Irving Ziderman and Liraz Larush-Asraf  Biochemistry of Murex trunculus dyes
Karen Diadick Casselman and Takako Terada  Murex and Orchil methods and techniques: part 1
Bernard Verhille  HESBAYE and tinctorial plants (1200-1400)
Riikka Räisänen  “Let us go for blue, sisters, for madder, brides!” - Dyes and dyeing in the Finnish Karelia
Brian H. Davies  William Morris and the discharge of indigo
Chris Cooksey, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Sophia Sotiropoulou, Evangelia Varella, Euphoria Tsatsaroni, Friedrich Sauter, Leopold Puchinger, Ziad Al-Saad, Omar Abdel-Kareem, Rachid Benslimane, Noureddine Chenfour, Emre Dölen, Recep Karadag, Georg Kremer, Uta Williams, Mahmoud Alawi and Mohammad Mubarak  Investigation, revival and optimisation of traditional Mediterranean colouring technology for the conservation of the cultural heritage
Omar Abdel-Kareem and Ziad Al-Saad  Preparing of artificial aged dyed textile samples simulated to museum dyed textiles
Leopold Puchinger, Friedrich Sauter and Evangelia Varella  The effect of some mordant dyes on the fibre net of textiles
Recep Karadag, Emre Dolen and Turkan Yurdun  Identification of dyestuffs in some seventeenth century silk skullcaps by liquid chromatography with diode array detection in the Topkapi Palace Museum collection
Micaella Sousa, Maria Jaõa Melo, A. J. Parola, P. J. T. Morris, H. S. Rzepa and J. Seixas de Melo  More secrets of Perkin's Mauveine dye revealed
Maarten van Bommel, Ineke Joosten, Han Neevel, Jaap Boonstra and Paul Bruys  Faded flowers, analysis of modern marquetry applied on 17th and 18th century Dutch Furniture
Matthijs de Keijzer, Maarten R. van Bommel and Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer  The early synthetic organic dyestuffs: The Yellows
Cindy Connelly Ryan and Mary Baker  Determining Display Conditions for the Waldseemüller World Map: lightfastness testing in an anoxic environment
Han Neevel  Optimisation of the micro-destructive light fastness tester, the “µ-Fado”
Barbara Blyskal  Indigo dyeing and bio-deterioration of a woollen textile
Yassin Zidan, Harby Ezz Eldeen Hassan and Kh. El-Nagar  Aging behaviour of silk dyed fabric with safflower dye
Anne-Marei Hacke and Chris Carr  Time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) analysis of natural dyestuffs
Richard Laursen and Xian Zhang  On the detection and significance of glycosides in natural dyes
Heinrich Piening and Peter Kopp  A renaissance colour plate revealed. Lost colours of the Renaissance - unexpected results from a masterpiece of renaissance marquetry
Yoshiko Sasaki and Ken Sasaki  Non-destructive dye analysis for Japanese historical textiles at 17th C
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA26

Ziad AI-Saad and Omar Abdel-Kareem  Investigation of artificially aged dyed textiles using High Performance Liquid Chromatography with Photodiode Array Detection (HPLC-PDA)
Mary Ballard, Harry Alden, Lynn Brostoff, Roland Cunningham, Walter Hopwood, Joseph Koles, Odile Madden, Jeffrey Post and Hans Kuhn  King Midas's golden color chemistry
Ina Vanden Berghe, Beatrice Devia, Margareta Gleba and Ulla Mannering  Study of the dyes found in Early Iron Age Danish textile costume fragments, excavated from peat bogs
Ina Vanden Berghe, Ileana Cretu and Irina Petroviciu  Dyes in Romanian archaeological textiles from Mirauti church 16th century
Nathalie Boucherie and Witold Nowik  The Dyeing processes of the Nasca Culture in Peru - Identification of dyestuffs Realisation of standards to complete the database
Robert Chenciner and Magomedkhan Magomedkhanov  Tattoos, carpets and felts - dyes from Daghestan collected in July 2007
Maria Cybulska, Dickran Kouymjian and Ewa Orlinska-Mianowska  Comprehensive analysis of historical fabrics from the collection of National Museum in Warsaw
Vincent Daniels  A critical examination of methods for black dyeing
John Edmonds  The microbiology of the medieval woad vat
John Edmonds  The dyestuffs used in the royal Sicilian robes
Tatiana Falcón  Natural dyestuffs in Pre-Columbian art
Valery Golikov, Yuri Borovlev, Boris Zhadanov and Alexander Kalinin  The analysis of Phtalocyanine pigments presence in paintings with aid of non-destructive method in situ
Anna Hartl and Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer  Imitating historical dyeing methods from the Hallstatt period - dyeing experiments with weld, indigo and oak bark
Suvarnareha Jadhav  Ganjifa: Rejuvenation of ancient card game of India
Z. Jurasekova, C. Domingo, J.V. García-Ramos and S. Sánchez-Cortés  Surface Enhanced-Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) as an analytical tool in the detection and characterization of natural dyes employed in cultural heritage
Rangi Te Kanawa and Gerald Smith  Consolidation of degraded iron-tannate fibres on Maori waist garment - Puipui
Elpida Minopoulou, lemonia Valianou, loannis Karapanagiotis, Sophia Sotiropoulou, Mahmoud Alawi, Mohammad Mubarak and Chris Cooksey  Tyrian Purple in Mycenaean wall paintings of the 13th century BC in Pylos, Greece
Katarzyna Lech, Magdalena Orlinska, Katarzyna Polec-Pawlak, Maria Puchalska and Maciej Jarosz  Capillary electrophoresis versus liquid chromatography - alternative tools for identification of anthraquinone natural dyestuffs
Mihai Lupu and Ioan Istudor  Indigo in the Romanian tempera paintings, 15th -19th century
Ana Cristina Manhita, Micael Carreira, Helena Vargas, Isabel Ribeiro, Ana Seruya, Cristina Teixeira da Costa, António Estevão Candeias, Alfredo J. Palace Carvalho and João Paulo Prates Ramalho  Ageing of natural red dyes - theoretical and experimental study
Irina Petroviciu, Andrei Medvedovici and Florin Albu  Some aspects on MS detection of dyes in historic textiles
Erika Ribechini, Thibaut Deviese, Maria Perla Colombini, Martine Regert and Pietro Baraldi  Characterization of purple from burials of the Roman period by Raman and DE-MS
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna and Witold Przewozny  The magic red and purple in natural colours and their UV barrier properties
Erich Schopf  Bacteriography - multiorganismic art painting
Chantel B. Westley and Kirsten Benkendorff  Sex-specific Tyrian purple genesis and precursor distribution in the pallial gonoduct of Dicathais orbita (Neogastropoda: Muricidae)
 

DHA25 Suceava 2006


Held at the Hotel Zamca, Suceava, Roumania, 21-22 September 2006

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
André Verhecken  Chemical principles of a doomed art: azomethine dye colour photography.
Bernard Verhille  Woad pigment trade in Amiens 1380-1490
Cecily M. Grzywacz  What is that red? LC-PDA-MS analysis of a red-checked picture canvas
Chris Cooksey  Marine indirubins
Doina Emilia Bogdea, Maria Giurginca, Stefania Stoleriu  The role played by the scientific techniques used in the examination and analyses of the mural painting of wooden Romanian churches
Dominique Cardon and Iris Brémaud  Sources on colours : an 18th century manuscript of dye recipes with woollen-cloth samples
E.V. Karpova, G.G. Balakina, V.G. Vasiliev, V.I. Mamatyuk  Determination of natural dyestuffs in historic textile with molecular spectroscopy and HPLC coupled with diode array and mass-selective detection
Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Christos Karydis, Achilleia Laka, Lemonia Valianou and Costas Panayiotou  Identification of dyes on ecclesiastical garments from the Holy Mountain of Athos: the Sakkos of Emperor Ioannis Tsimiskis (?)
Irina Petroviciu, Ina Vanden Berghe, Jan Wouters, Ileana Cretu  Yellow and Green Dyes in 15th-17th c. Embroideries from Putna Monastery
Jo Kirby, Maarten van Bommel, Catherine Higgitt, Marjolein Groot Wassink, Ina van den Berghe, Jan Wouters, Sophia Sotiropoulou, Ioannis Karapanagiotis, Lemonia Valianou, Anita Quye, David Peggie, Hamish McNab, Alison Hulme, Cecily Grzywacz, Costanza Miliani, Catia Clementi, Irina Petroviciu  Dyeing and dyestuffs revealed: The EU-ARTECH collaborative study of reference materials
Jürg Rageth & Harald Böhmer  Solving another rug mystery - Unmasking carpet fakes by dye analyses. “Master-faker” Theodor Tuduc and the carpets of his workshops in Bucharest and Kronstadt
Jürg Rageth and Ina Vanden Berghe  Insect Dyes in weavings of the Turkmen of Central Asia, 1500-1900 Part III: A Perfect Red - Insect dyes on tin mordant
Katarzyna Schmidt - Przewozna, Malgorzata Zimniewska  Naturally dyed linen fabrics protecting against UV radiation.
Maarten van Bommel, Ella Hendriks and Sjaar van Heugten  Vincent’s Wool: Dyestuff and mordant analysis of wool used by Vincent van Gogh for the development of his colour theory
Maria J. Melo, Micaela Sousa, J. S. Seixas de Melo and Fernando Pina  To be or not to be an anthocyanin: the reds from Dracaena draco
Marjolein Groot Wassink, Maarten van Bommel, Bettina Niekamp and Jutta van Bloh  Dyestuff analysis of the costume of Elector Moritz of Saxony (1521-1553)
Matthijs de Keijzer and Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer  The early synthetic organic dyestuffs: patents and international competition
Pauline Guinot and Claude Andary  Molecules involved in the dyeing process with flavonoids
Richard Laursen, Svetlana Osipova and Xian Zhang  Analysis of Dyes in Some 19th Century Uzbek Suzanis
Rolf Haubrichs  The use of Plicopurpura patula pansa hypobranchial extracts for photographical reproduction on silk
Rosemary M. Baker  An investigation of a simple identification method for synthetic textile dyes and the value of this information for dating
Sonia Ovarlez, Françoise Giulieri, Anne-Marie Chaze and François Delamare  A chemical comprehension of the colour centres in Maya blue green palette. A study of indigo chemisorption in sepiolite
Yoshiko Sasaki, Junko Matsubara, and Ken Sasaki  Red dye analysis for historical textiles with multiple spectroscopic methods.
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA25

Beatriz Devia, Ina Vanden Berghe, Marianne Cardale and Gabriel Llabres Dyes and techniques used in archaeological textiles from Nariño (Colombia) and their contribution to the reactivation of the local artisanal production
Valery Golikov and Olga Lantratova A Study and reconstruction of the original colouring of an eighteenth-century coach velvet upholstery
Valery Golikov and Olga Lantratova A study of organic and inorganic chromatic materials in the gilt and painted decorative leather of the eighteenth-century chairs from the Ipatievskii Monastery in the Kostroma City, Russia
Ioana Lidia Ilea Natural dyes used in a carpet from the collection of the National Village Museum “Dimitrie Gusti“
Ana Cristina Manhita, Helena Vargas, Isabel Ribeiro, António Estêvão Candeias and Cristina Teixeira da Costa Extraction of natural yellow dyes from wool: an evaluation of the available extraction procedures
Miu Lucretia, Giurginca Maria, Budrugeac Petru, Meghea Aurelia, Gaidau Carmen, Creanga Doina Emilia Colour as an indicator of the natural and artificial damage in the vegetable tanned leather
Micaela Margarida Ferreira de Sousa In the path of Dragon´s Blood: the multi-equilibria of a colourful natural dye
 

DHA24 Liverpool 2005


Held at the Western Rooms Conference Centre, Liverpool, 3-4 November 2005

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Jenny Balfour-Paul  Chasing the lac insect in the Land of the Thunder Dragon
Heba Mansour  The 'chemicals-free' dyeing of woollen fabric with Egyptian mallow leaves
Gerald Smith  The effects of alginate and zinc ions on reducing the fading of iron-gallotannate dye on Maori textiles
Chris Cooksey  The ABC of woad isatans
Zvi Koren  Kinetics of dyeings produced from photodebrominated leuco-dibromoindigo solutions
Vincent Daniels  The rate of fading of textiles dyed with Tyrian purple
Malvina Papanastasiou  The use of high performance liquid chromatography - atmospheric pressure photoionization mass spectrometry for the analysis of Murex trunculus and Purpura haemastoma species
Matthijs de Keijzer  The oldest synthetic organic dyestuff group: the history and analysis of the triarylmethane dyes
Maarten van Bommel  Identification of early synthetic dyes in embroideries designed by Emile Bernard
Terry Schaeffer  Mr. Worth's woollen yarns: A Victorian book of dyed samples with receipts
Cecily Grzywacz  Have bed, need a date: LC-MS dye analysis of brocade silk satin upholstery from a lit à la polonaise bed
Ina Vanden Berghe  Natural dyes in Flemish tapestries. A study of the dyes, dye degradation profiles and influence of dyes and mordants on the degradation of proteinaceous fibres
Barbara Blyskal  Fungal deterioration of woollen textiles dyed with cochineal
François Delamare  The role of metallic cations as mordants for cellulose dyeing with alizarin. A numerical approach - III - Bonding strength calculations
Jo Kirby  Madder lakes: composition and variability
Ilaria Degano  A multi-analytical approach to determine madder lake in archaeological findings
Aki Arponen  Alum in Scandinavia
Brian Davies  Seeking dyes but finding pigments - on a Welsh mountain
Maarten van Bommel  What dyes your textile yellow? A weld study
Richard Laursen  Gentle extraction of yellow dye from textile samples and characterization by LC-DAD-MS
Heba Mansour  A novel approach to the spicy curry colouration of natural fabrics. Part I: Colouration of wool
Michael Maunder  Herschel's blueprint revisited
Cheryl Porter  Identification of yellow, red, green and blue organics used in a 15th century English antiphonal: new ideas, old traditions
Annemette Scharff  Dyestuff and pigment analyses of the archaeological textiles from Lønne Hede in Denmark - preliminary results.
Yoshiko Sasaki  Dye analysis for haori from the “Album of Textile Fragments of Tsujigahana Garment” (17th century) - A restoration project of The Tokugawa Art Museum
Irina Petroviciu  Analysis of red dyestuffs in 15th-17th century Byzantine embroideries from Putna Monastery, Romania
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA24

Robert Chenciner  Cat's pear purple for tattoos and ink. Milk paints for decorated carved wood
Catia Clementi, F.R. Cibin, A. Romani and G. Favaro  Accelerated ageing of purpurin on dyed wool: a preliminary investigation
Yuki Kohama and Satoshi Ushida  Effect of temperature and pH on the dyeing of indirubin from fresh leaves of indigo plants
Satoshi Ushida, Takako Terada, Tomoko Fukumoto and Yuki Kohama  Characteristics of the colorant from sacatinta and its dyeing
Xian Zhang, Ran Boytner and Richard Laursen  Identification of a new class of yellow dyes in textiles from an Andean mummy
Sophia Sotiropoulou  Analytical investigation strategies on organic materials in cultural heritage objects. Focus on analytical strategies for natural dyestuffs investigations: intercomparison of methodologies and evaluation of results
J. Salomon  Transnational access to the Louvre IBA facility through the Eu-ARTECH European programme
Costanze Miliani  Transnational access to the mobile laboratory, MOLAB, through the Eu-ARTECH programme: an opportunity for European conservators and scientists
 

DHA23 Montpellier 2004


Held at the Agropolis International, Montpellier, 4-5 November 2004

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Regina Hoffmann-de Keijzer, Maarten Van Bommel, Ineke Joosten  Dyestuff & element analysis on textiles from the prehistoric salt mine of Hallstatt
Zvi Koren  The historico-chemical analysis of a very Royal Vase
Laura Rodriguez, Ana Cabrera, Andrés Sanchez  The collection of Coptic textiles in the Museo National de Artes Decorativas: the results of the dye analysis and Carbon 14 testing
Valery Golikov, Zoe Zharikova  A study of model orcein lacks
Aki Arponen  Dyeing lichens in Sweden during the age of utilisation
Paul Woudhuysen  An overview of the Kunstbüchlein 1500-1600
Renate Woudhuysen  The Engelberg Codex 431- Das Farbbüechlin
Maarten Van Bommel, J.H. Hofenk de Graaff  Master dyers to the court of Sicily
Jürg Rageth, Ina Vanden Berghe, Marie-Christine Maquoi, Jan Wouters  Insect dyes in weavings of the Turkmen of Central Asia, 1450 - 1990. Part II
R.V. Jashenko, D. Cardon, W. Nowik  Porphyrophora insects, a long history. Part I: from the field to the laboratory
Cheryl Porter  Arminean cochineal: a study of the methods of collection and uses, tradition and the future
I. Karapanagiotis, S. Sotiropoulo, E. Chryssikopoulou, P. Magiatis , K.S. Andrikopoulos, Y.Chryssoulakis  Investigation of Tyrian purple occurring in historical wall paintings of Thera
J. Orska-Gawrys, B. Szostek,I. Surowiec,W. Liszewska, H.Hryszko, M.Trojanowicz  Chromatographic investigations of dyes in Polish textiles from 15th &16th centuries.
Irina Petroviciu, Ina Vanden Berghe, J. Wouters, Ileana Cretu  Dye analysis of some 15th century byzantine embroideries
Giancarlo Lanterna  A correlation between an old recipe (10th) and the analytes found in a decoration of Giotto’s crucifix of Santa Maria Novella
C. Clementi, F.R. Cibin, A. Romani, G. Favaro  A spectrophotometric and fluorimetric study of Red Madder in solution and dyed wool
François Delamare, Bernard Monasse  Predicting the reactivity of alizarin complexes upon cellulose in aqueous environment
André Verhecken  The history of alum, production in Belgium
Ran Boytner, Key Antùnez de Mayolo  Indigenous dye standards for ancient Andean textiles: the Antunez de Mayolo collection revisited
Mathijs de Keijzer, Maarten Van Bommel  The history and analysis of fluorescein, eosine, erythrosine and some of their derivatives
Daniela Cristea, Gerard Vilarem  Maya blue, a source of inspiration for new nanostructured natural pigments
Maria Joao Melo, J. Seixas de Melo, A.P. Moura  The importance of being " Leuco "
Gundula Voss, Melanie Schnabel  Analysis of historic samples of non-symmetric thioindigoïd dyes
Vincent Daniels  The factors of indigo fading according to literature
S.K. Nicholson, P John, P. Lawson, M. Collins  New insights into the ecology and functioning of the medieval woad vat
Mark Clarke  Iron & tannin in early purple dyes
Brian H. Davies  The dyeing of Welsh wool
Riikka Räisänen  Past and future of the fungal natural dyes in the Nordic countries
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA23

Byung Chan Lee  The Color Yellow - One of the five basic colors of the Chosun Dynasty.
Irving Ziderman  Vating purple dyes: reappraisal of reduction processes published.
.Irving Ziderman.  The change in colour on heating monobromo-indigotin.
A. Wallert, M. van Bommel.  Chlothlet colours: Chrozophora tinctoria Juss.?.
Alessia Andreotti, Maria P. Colombini, Giancarlo Lanterna.  A chromatographic study on red wood dyes.
Bernard Verhille.  Woad in Picardy (XII-XV centuries).
Michael Hovaneissian, Paul Archier, Catherine Viellescazes.  High-performance liquid chromatographic study of indigoid and coccid dyes: application to samples from the pharmacy of an ancient hospital.
Naceur Ayed, Rim Marzouki.  Nabeul embroidery by natural dyed cotton.
Billy Ward and Chris Cooksey  Contemporary dyeing with historic natural materials in Mexico
Beatriz Devia, G. Llabres, J. Wouters, I. Vanden Berghe, J.N. Wauters, L. Angenot, M. Tits.  Analysis of the dyes present in coloured cotton of Precolumbian origin (Gossypium barbadense, G. hirsutum),
 

DHA22 Riggisberg 2003


Held at the Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg, 23-24 October 2003

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Chris Cooksey and Alan Dronsfield  Peter Griess - a critical evaluation of his contribution to azo dye chemistry
Karen Diadick-Casselman and Karen Urbanek  Archil and cudbear combinations in 18th and 19th century dye manuals
Cathy Mathias  The colour of colonialism in 17th century Newfoundland, Canada
Brian H. Davies  William Savage (1770-1843) - a pioneer of colour printing
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna  Natural dyestuffs used in Polish folk art
Octaviana Marincas  Historic Romanian dyeing techniques and technologies
Lee Byung Chan  The grey colour in Buddhist monks' informal clothing - ­Natural dyes as a folklore
Christine Macheboeuf  Transport and conditioning of the purple dye: the contribution of the experimental archaeology
Betty Goldberg  Japanese blue from the prehistoric time to now
Anna Jolly, Ina Vanden Berghe and Jan Wouters  Europe or China? Dyestuff-analyses as a tool for attributions
Jürg Rageth, Ina Vanden Berghe, Jan Wouters and Georges Bonani  Insect dyes in weavings of the Turkmen of Central Asia, 1450-1900. Identification by HPLC dye analysis and assignment to specific periods of time by AMS radiocarbon dating
Zvi C. Koren  The historico-chemical analysis of a Very Royal Vase
Carmen Alfaro  The control of dyes production in the late Roman Empire: the baphium of Baleares
Irina Petroviciu, Jan Wouters, Ina Vanden Berghe and Ileana Cretu  Dyes in some 16th and 17th centuries textiles from the Romanian Medieval Art Gallery
Mark Clarke, Ina Vanden Berghe, Jan Wouters, Peggy Frederickx, Ludwien Speleeres and Peter Vandenabeele  Comparative studies of 17th-century Netherlandish red lakes in the Oranjezaal, Palace Huis ten Bosch
Ige Verslype, Arie Wallert and Jan Wouters  Organic yellows in seventeenth century paintings
Masanori Sato and Yoshiko Sasaki  Spectroscopic identification of ancient Japanese dyes
Howell G. M. Edwards  Dragon's blood: a potential sourcing database from nondestructive Raman spectroscopic analysis
Robert Fuchs  Non-destructive FTIR analysis of dyestuffs and pigments in medieval book paintings
Alessia Andreotti, Ilartia Bonaduce, Maria Perla Colombini and Erika Rabechini  The characterization of red-violet organic dyes in ancient samples
Raymond White, Jo Kirby and Catherine L. Higgitt  A lake... splendid in its colour of grana: the application of electrospray interface-mass spectrometry (ESI-MS) to kermes lakes
Izabella Surowiec, Witold Nowik and Marek Trojanowicz  Optimization of solvent extraction of dyes for their identification in archaeological textiles
Beatriz Devia and Jan Wouters  Arrabidaea chica: 3-deoxyanthocyanidins and their degradation products, found in Colombian archaeological textiles of the 10th to the 16th centuries
Alison N. Hulme, Hamish McNab, David A. Peggie and Anita Quye  Chemical characterisation of sawwort (Serratula tinctoria) and dyers' chamomile (Anthemis tinctoria) by PDA HPLC and LC ESI MS
Jan Wouters, Marie-Christine Maquoi and Ina Vanden Berghe  The dye of Rubia peregrina, II: top-dyeing experiments with indigo
Roy S. Sinclair  Mapping colour changes in dyes and pigments due to light fading and ageing
I. Irving Ziderman, Yoshiko Sasaki, Masanori Sato and Ken Sasaki  Colour change on heating 6-bromoindigotin: key to understanding purple dyeing with banded dye-murex
Rolf Haubrichs  Mollusc purple: a worldwide famous colour
Gundula Voss  Analysis and reactions of old samples of thioindigoid dyes
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA22

Maria do Carmo Martins Serrano, Fernando Pina and Isabel Ribeiro  The mordants multicolour chemistry used in vegetable silk dyeing
B. Gilbert, B. Devia, G. Llabrès and J. Wouters  The Arrabidaea chica dyes: tentative of in-situ identification on Colombian archaeological textiles by Raman spectroscopy
Pauline Guinot and Claude Andary  Studies on dye plants: creation of a scientific database of raw materials in order to develop the cultivation, extraction and employment of natural dyes in Nord-Pas de Calais region
Pietro Baraldi, Concezio Fagnano, Anna Tinti and Paolo Zannini  Study of some pre-Columbian tissues from Peru
 

DHA21 Avignon 2002


Held at Hotel Mercure, Palais des Papes, Avignon and Association Couleur Garance, Lauris, 10-12 October 2002

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Philip John  Indigo reducing bacteria from the medieval woad vat : their interaction with indigo revealed
Anthony Pinto  Woad production in Catalonia and Roussillon at the end of the Middle Ages
Chris Cooksey and Alan Dronsfield  Edward Schunck : the pioneer dye chemist
Valery Golikov and Zoe Zharikova  A study of model carminic lacks on the basis of cochineal, protein collagen and mordant salts
B. Monasse and F. Delamare  Role of the nature of the metallic cations of the mordant on the colour of alizarin. An approach by semi-empirical quantic mechanics
Brian H. Davies  Logwood under the microscope
Masanori Sato  Spectroscopic sensitivity of natural dyestuffs used for cultural properties
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna  Natural dyestuff applied in Polish workshops in XVIIth-XVIIIth century
Liana Listunova  Natural dyes in the textiles of the northern coast of Black Sea from the palaeolithic times down to the modern epoch
Maria Joao Seixas de Melo  Missal blue : anthocyanins in Nature and Art
Cheryl Porter  Purple in manuscripts
Jo Kirby  Observations on some aspects of medieval and renaissance lake pigment technology
Maarten van Bommel, Muriel Geldof and Ella Hendriks  Microscopic examination and HPLC-PDA-Fluorescence analysis of organic red pigments in paintings by Van Gogh in the period 1885-1888
Arie Wallert and Maarten van Bommel  Sanguis draconis, dragon's blood
Irving Ziderman  The biblical dye tekhelet and its use in religious textiles
Zvi Koren  New analytical insights into purple dyeings
Mady Elias  Non-destructive identification of dyes in works of art by reflectance spectroscopy: the case of purple
Emily Murray and Karen Diadick Casselman  Shellfish purple in Ireland and Britain: a re-appraisal
George Taylor  Charles Stothard and the Bayeux tapestry
Ulderico Santamaria  Study of dyes of Raphael's tapestry at the Vatican Museum
Anita Quye and Jan Wouters  Monitoring of damage in historic tapestries: a newly initiated EU project
Ran Boytner  Traditional discontinuity : synthetic perspective of recent ethnographic and archaeological research of Andean dyeing technologies
Anita Quye and Ester Ferreira  An analytical study of native Scottish flavonoid dye plants
Ghuang-Hui Dai  Traditional dyes of China
Barbara Bigler  Traditional dyes of Bhutan
Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer and Maarten R. van Bommel  Dye analyses on two textile fragments of Late Antiquity
Marek Trojanowicz  Investigation of dyes in Coptic textiles using HPLC with UV/VIS diode array, fluorescent and MS detections
Jan Wouters, Ghislaine Richard, René Breniaux, Dominique Cardon  Dye analyses of selected textiles from three Roman sites on the Caravan roads in the Eastern Desert of Egypt
Jenny Balfour-Paul  Impressions of the Colour Congress in Ames (Iowa), May 2002
Jenny Balfour-Paul  Current research into the international traffic of dyes by the East India Company
 

Posters and Demonstrations at DHA21

Joy Boutrup  A survey of the properties and applications of aniline black
Mark Clarke  "Half of nothing" - New developments in non-sampling spectroscopy for very small specimens of organic pigments
Robert Chenciner  Stradivarius varnish and English cricket balls
Chris Cooksey, Jo Kirby, Alan Dronsfield  Chinese green : experimental investigations
Claude Coupry  Raman investigations on materials dyed by indigoids
Nonna Garbar, Valery Golikov, Zoé Zharikova, Boris Lakshin, Leonid Mikhailitzin  An investigation of chromatic materials and decoration technologies in coloured 19th century daguerreotypes
Jennifer Giaccai  Chromatographic and spectroscopic differentiation of insect dyes on east asian paintings
Cecily Grzywacz, Ran Boytner, Arabel Fernandez, Annie Kang and Marissa Schliecher  Late Horizon Dyeing of the Chachapoyas: first glimpse at Andean eastern slopes technology
M. Hovaneissian, Catherine Vieillescazes  Etude des colorants et des pigments organiques rouges de garance par CLHP et IRTF ; application au domaine archéologique.
Christina Margariti  An investigation into the early synthetic purple dye murexide c.1853-1865
Masako Saito  Identification of the 19th century American Antique quilts’ red dyes by HPLC
Jana Sanyova  Spectroscopic studies (SIMS, ESI-MS, FTIR) on the structure of anthraquinone-aluminium complexes
Yoshiko Sasaki  Dye analyses of braids used for Japanese armours dating from the 14th to 17th cent.
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna  In the circle of colour - Natural dyeing of flax, silk and wool
Georg Stark  Blue and gold - the English indienne
Isabella Surowiec  Investigation of dyes in coptic textiles using HPLC with UV/VIS diode array, fluorescent and MS detections
Rangi Te Kanawa  Evaluation of consolidants on dyed black fibre in Maori Textiles
Association Couleur Garance  Presentation of the Association
Conservatoire des Ocres et Pigments, Roussillon  Presentation of the Conservatory
Association Filière Colorants Naturels  Presentation of the Association
Association A.T.E.L.I.E.R.  Coloured wool from sheep
Association SALICE  Presentation of the Association
Inge Boesken Kanold  The blue purple fermentation vat
Dominique Cardon  How orchil saved purple and woad or The mystery of poppo solved
John Edmonds  Cornelius Drebbel's method of dyeing using tin as a mordant with cochineal, discovered in 1607
Michel Garcia  Dyeing into purple with madder and Various purple shades while dyeing silk with woad
Torunn Brigit Sortvik  Dyeing with elderberry
 

DHA20 Amsterdam 2001


Held at the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Gabriël Metsustraat 8 1071 EA, Amsterdam, 1-2 November 2001

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Harald Böhmer  Shellfish Purple in Mexico and Morinda dyeing in Indonesia, Sumba island; Digital video films with commentaries by the author
Maarten van Bommel  The analysis of dyes with HPLC coupled to photodiode array and fluorescence detection
Chris Cooksey and Alan Dronsfield  Lo Kao to Malachite Green: the search for a one step green dye-bath
Brian Davies  Dyes (and pigments) as food additives (and adulterants)
Francois Delamare and M. Repoux  The characterization of dyes by Time of Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS).
Margriet van Eikema Hommes  Fading of indigo in 17th century oil paintings
Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer and Maarten van Bommel  TLC and HPLC analysis on red dyes of Indonesian textiles
Ursula Klingelfuss-Schneider  Preparing Indigo and Dyeing with Indigo in Japan: Impressions of Autumn 2000
Jiro Komiyama, Mario Suematsu and Shojiro Ogawa  Madder and Gromwell dyeing with alum in 6-8th century in Japan Duplicate Mordanting
Zvi Koren  The Purple Question Reinvestigated: Just What is Really in That Purple Pigment?
Sharon Little  Treatment of 2 historical important textiles - the dye analysis helped to determine the treatments
Masako Saito, Mizuho Uehara and Kazuki Yamazaki  Components of the mordanting materials and the elements on the silk fabric treated by them
Masanori Sato  Recent advance in the analysis of Japanese ancient dyestuffs
Nobuko Shibayama, Ryohei Yamaoka and Masanori Sato  The application of liquid chromatography / mass spectrometry (LC/MS) for the analysis of natural dyes on historic textiles
Gerald Smith, Rangi Te Kanawa, Ian Miller and Glen Fenton  Conservation of Cellulosic Textiles Decorated with Iron-Containing Dyes
George Taylor  Woodblock Colour Printing in Victorian Britain
André Verhecken  A short history of dye analysis
Gundula Voss  5,5'-Dinitro-4,4',7,7'-tetra-alkoxy indigos - chameleons among the indigo dyes
Jan Wouters and Ina Vanden Berge  Study of fragments of Chinese fabrics from the Han period
Jan Wouters  The future of dye analysis
 

Posters at DHA21

Beatrice Marino, Jerre van der Horst, Marc Duursma, Nicolas Wyplosz , Jaap J. Boon and Tom Learner  Mass spectrometric studies of 20th C organic pigments and their paints
Ran Boytner, Narayan Khandekar and Vickie Cassman  Dyes, Gender and Age in the Azapa Valley, Northern Chile
Peggy Fredrickx, P. Vandenabeele, J. Wouters, L. Moens and D. Schryvers  The compatibilty of TEM and Raman spectroscopy: application to parchment illustrations
Valery Golikov and Zoya Zharikova  Colour lacquers based on protein collagen and cochineal dyes
Jerôme Dupont  Chromatic pattern about the practices and uses of the Moroccan saffron, part2
Riikka Räisänen and Paavo Hynninen  Simple two-dimensional TLC method for the analysis of anthraquinone pigments
Kerstin Johnnson  Black and red dye analyses on cutural textiles from Skåne
Masako Saito and Nana Kasasaku  Dye analysis on the Khirbet Qazone Textiles
Yoshiko Sasaki, Masanori Sato and Ken Sasaki  Mass Spectrometric Identification of Natural Dyestuffs used for Ancient Textiles
Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewozna  The Sources and Properties of Natural Dyestuff Applied in East and West Tradition
Claudio Tonin, R. Roggero and C. Di Nola  Studies on an early Ottoman rug, palazzo barberini, rome. Dyestuffs and fibres analysis as a support for conservation, art and history studies
Teresa Heady  The use of Indigo dyes as colorants in Thangkas painting of Tibet
Jowita Orska-Gawrys, Katarzyna Urbaniak-Walczak and Marek Trojanowicz  Chromatographic Studies on Natural Dyes Used in Coptic Textiles
Maria João Seixas de Melo, Teresa Pacheco, Ferdando Pina, Isabel Ribero and Carmo Serrano  Dye analysis of indo-Portugese silk yellow bedspreads of 16th to 17th Century from the collections of MNAA: a preliminary study
G. Chiari, R. Giustetto, J. Druzik, M. Schilling, C. Reyes-Valerio  MAYA BLUE structure: some new insights
 


DHA19 Edinburgh 2000


Held at Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF, 19-20 October 2000

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Jenny Balfour-Paul  Chasing Indigo into the New Millennium
Gundula Voss  Soluble Indigotins
Robert Withnall, Ludwig Naegel, Dharmesh Patel, Chris Cooksey  Chemical Studies of Purpura Patula
Hero Granger-Taylor  The Disappearance of Real Purple in the Early Middle Ages
Alan Dronsfield and Chris Cooksey  Some Pre-Perkin Synthetic Routes to Purple
Manasori Sato  Blue and Purple Dyestuffs used for Ancient Textiles
Anita Quye, Hugh Cheape, John Burnett  Dyes in the Scottish Tartan Trade of the late 18th/early 19th Century
Jan Wouters and Irina Petroviscou  Dyes in Romanian Religious Embroideries
Vincent Daniels  Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Black Inks and Dyes Containing Iron
Brian Davies  Did the Medieval Illuminator know how to prevent Oxidative Damage ?
Yasuko Noda, Masahiro Kasamatu & Susumu Shimoyama  The Reproduction of a Traditional Votive Figure based on the Non-Destructive Analysis of Colourants
Peggy Fredrickx  Application of Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) in the Research of Inorganic Colourants in Medieval Stained Glass Windows and Parchment illustrations.
Dominique Cardon and Claude Andary  The Names of Madder in Historical Literature in Relationship with the Root Contents
Christoph Krekel  Recipes in Apothecam - Pharmacy Price Lists as a new type of Documentary Source
Zvi Koren  Where have all the Safflower Reds Gone ? Part 2
Jo Kirby  Nathaniel Bacon's 'pinke'
Olga Lantratova  Organic Chromatic Materials in 17th Century Material Portrait of the Russian Patriarch Nikon of the Moscow State History Museum
Valery Golikov  The Technology of Colour Protein Lacquers
Elena Phipps  Colours in the Andes: Royal Inka Garments and Colonial Documents of the 16th - 17th Century Peru
Harald Böhmer  New Dye Research on Palmyra Textiles
John Fields  Dye Analysis of Khirbat Qazone Textiles at the British Museum
 

Posters at DHA19

Ester Ferreira   The Analysis of Flavonoid Dyed Ancient Textiles by PDA-HPLC and LC-MS
Gerald Smith  Iron Sensitised Degradation of Black-Dyed Maori Textiles
Rolf Haubrichs  Alexander Dedekind and the Tyrian Purple
Jerome Dupont  Experimental Pattern about the Moroccan's Practices and Customs Bound to a specific Dye: Saffron
Satoshi Ushida  Dyeing in Purple Shade with Fresh Leaves of Japanese Indigo Plant
Annemette Bruselius Scharff  The use of Cyclododecane for the Fixation of Bleeding Dyes in Paper and Textiles: A Critical Evaluation of Application Methods
Peggy Fredrickx  Application of Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) in the research of Inorganic Colourants in Medieval Stained Glass Windows and Parchment Illustrations
Beatriz Devia  LC-MS as a means for determining the use of Arrabidea Chica in Archaeological Textiles
Masako Saito  Identification of Six Natural Red Dyes by HPLC
 

DHA18 Brussels 1999


Held at ROYAL INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE, JUBELPARK 1 - B-IOOO BRUSSELS - BELGIUM, 21-22 October 1999

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
R. Te Kanawa et al.  Traditional Maori dyes
C. Andary et al.  Additional chemical screening on Maori dye plants
D. O'Connor & A. Richards  Recognising the right mud. Studies in West China and West Surrey
M. Sato  Identification of natural dyestuffs used for ancient cultural properties in Japan
S. Shimoyama & Y. Noda  Non-destructive analysis of Ukiyo-e - traditional Japanese woodblock prints using a portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometer
J. Wouters et al.  A microdrilling method for the study of multi-layered structures of paint
J. Balfour- Paul  Welcome back - woad
G. Carr  Woad - tattooing and the archaeology of rebellion
P. John  The scientific basis of medieval indigo production from woad: latest findings
C. Cooksey & A. Dronsfield  Adolf von Baeyer and the indigo molecule
G. Voss  NMR-spectroscopy of leuco-indigotins -preparation of deuterated indigotins
E. Ferreira  Photodegradation products from flavonols: markers for identification of natural yellow dyes in ancient textiles
T. Koussoulou  Photostabilization of naturally dyed historic silks
V. Golikov  The classification and techniques of organic chromatic materials based on natural dyes in painting and applied arts
V. Golikov  The application of organic chromatic materials in Russian icons of the XVth to the XVIIth centuries
I. Pefrovisciu  Analysis of natural dyes from Romanian 19th -20th centuries ethnographical textiles by DAD-HPLC
M. Vest & J Wouters  Dyes and pigments on 8th to 18th centuries alum-tawed bookbinding leather
G. Taylor Botanical alternatives to alum
K. Diadick Casselman A lexicon of northern European lichen pigments named according to their botanical ingredients
M. Dallon  Presentation of the textile garden of Bassignac-France
J. Bastlaens et al.  Dyeplants in the centre of medieval Gent. Archaeological evidence for a well known international cloth industry
 

DHA17 Greenwich 1998


Held at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, 26-27 November 1998

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Dr Jenny Balfour-Paul  Dyeing with indigo and mud in Mali and Senegal
Patrick Brenac  Plant Dyes : from archaeology to industry
Mr Chris Cooksey  Synthesis and properties of 6-bromoindigo
Dr Vincent Daniels  Damage caused by black, iron containing dyes
Dr Alan Dronsfield  Synthetic alizarin - the dye that changed history
Ester Ferreira  Development of analytical techniques for the study of natural yellow dyes in ancient textiles
Prof Dr Robert Fuchs  A green corrosion of a blue dyestuff
Dr Valery Golikov  Experimental Investigation of Influences of (i) types and concentrations of cations and (ii) cochineal concentrations, pH, anions, cream of tartar and galls.
Dr Oliver Hahn  Influence of fungicides and insecticides on colour materials
Rowena Hill  Current use of traditional (natural organic) dyes from Papua New Guineau
Professor Philip John  Scientific basis of indigo production from woad by medieval techniques
Prof Zvi Koren  Where Has All the Red Gone (in Safflower Dyeings)?
Dr Cheryl Porter  The colouring of alum-tawed skins on late medieval books
Ms Frances Pritchard  Mariano Fortuny (1871-1949): his use of natural dyes
Dr Ken Seddon  Dyes and Ancient Papers
Mr Phil Shaw  Spectral Ref analysis of plant based CMYK printing ink substitutes
Dr George Taylor  Some Dyes and How I got to Know Them
Dr André Verhecken  A small experiment in rearing Peruvian cochineal
Dr Jan Wouters  The dye of Rubia Peregrina
Nicolas Wyplosz  Analysis of natural organic pigments by laser desorption mass spectrometry
Dr I I Ziderman  Revival of Tekhelet (Hyacinth-purple) Dyeing with M. trunculus in Israel: Chemical Complications
 

DHA16 Lyon 1997


Held at the Musee Historique des Tissus, Lyon, 11-12 December 1997

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Stephan Guillermond  Presentation of the textile databank of the Museum
Jan Wouters  HPLC analysis of discoloured safflower
Witold Nowik  Differentiation and identification of some varieties of red wood used in dyeing by HPLC-DAD
Harald Böhmer and Recep Karadag  Dye analyses by derivative UV/Vis Spectrophotometry
Robert Fuchs  The analysis of plant dyes in medieval book illuminations
Doris Oltrogge  Red dyes - the terms and their interpretation in medieval recipes
Andreas Schmidt-Colinet  The Palmyra textiles
Philippe Borgard  The amphoras of Lipari and the alum trade of Antiquity
Georg Stark  Indigo and the 40 robbers - romantic transfigurations of the blueprinters trade in modern society
Phil Shaw  New developments in four colour printing using plant colourants
Tijani Karmous and Naceur Ayed  Orchil lichens of Tunisia: chromatographic identification and dye elaboration
Naceur Ayed and Abir Alatrache  Traditional recipes for natural wool-dyeing in the south of Tunisia
Jo Kirby  (to be added)
Anita Quye  Tartan dyes of the 18th - early 19th century - a progress report
André Verhecken  Dye analysis of Asiatic textiles
Zvi Koren  (to be added)
Chris Cooksey and Robert Withnall  Tyrian blue
Abir Alatrache and Naceur Ayed  The last indigo dyer in Tunisia: technology and quality control
Jenny Balfour-Paul  Indigo and mud in Mali and Senegal
Christian Doelsch  (to be added)
Marie Schoefer  Presentation of the textile conservation and restauration workshop of the museum
 

DHA15 Manchester 1996


Held at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, 14-15 November 1996

DHA33 Glasgow 2014
DHA32 La Rochelle 2013
DHA31 Antwerp 2012
DHA30 Derby 2011
DHA29 Lisbon 2010
DHA28 Poznan 2009
DHA27 Istanbul 2008
DHA26 Vienna 2007
DHA25 Suceava 2006
DHA24 Liverpool 2005
DHA23 Montpellier 2004
DHA22 Riggisberg 2003
DHA21 Avignon 2002
DHA20 Amsterdam 2001
DHA19 Edinburgh 2000
DHA18 Brussels 1999
DHA17 Greenwich 1998
DHA16 Lyon 1997
DHA15 Manchester 1996
Cheryl Porter The use of Tyrian Purple in manuscripts
Chris Cooksey and Robert Withnall A study of the precursors to Tyrian Purple
Phil Shaw Vegetable colorants in screen process printing inks
Hero Granger-Taylor The source of early blue dye in the Near East and Mediterranean: woad or indigo?
Zvi Koren A tale of two insects
Bill Cooke and Chris Carr The use of CZE and Mass Spectrometry in the analysis of natural dyestuffs
Ran Boytner and Arie Wallert Evidence of new dyestuffs from northern Peru: lac and madder in the Lambayeque textiles from Pacatnamu
Claudia M D Moresi and JanWouters HPLC analysis of extracts, dyeings and lakes, prepared with 21 species of the genus Relbunium
Yasuko Noda and Susumo Shimoyama Non destructive determination of plant dyestuffs used for coloured threads of an ancient Chinese brocade, interwoven with gold and coloured threads, employing a three dimensional fluorescence spectrum technique using fibre optics
Regina Hofmann The Buhler Collection - Indonesian dyeplants
Deryn O'Connor An unorthodox use of a 19th century basic dye by some Miao in China
Michèle Dallon Orseille: collecting and dyeing in Auvergne, France
Claude Andary, Dominique Cardon and A Gargadennec Mediterranean yellow dye-plants of historical importance, Part III
Claude Andary, Dominique Cardon and A Gargadennec Daphne gnidium: a little known yellow dye-plant
Anita Quye, Jan Wouters and Jaap Boon Fading hopes for flavanoid dye identification?
George Taylor One or two odd items
 
 

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