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Plahter, Unn (2010) Medieval Painting materials and techniques in Norway. To what extent did the painters tempt to simulate goldsmiths’ work?, Zeitschrift für Konservierung 1, pp. 160 – 167.

Plahter, Unn et al. (2004) Painted Altar Frontals of Norway 1250-1350, Archetype publications, London.

Plahter, Unn (2002) A survey of pigments application on 31 Norwegian medieval oil paintings dated to the period 1250-1350, ICOM 13th triennial meeting, Rio.

Plahter, Unn (1995). Colours and pigments in Norwegian Altar Frontals, Norwegian medieval frontals, (Acta ad archaeologiam et artivm historiam pertinentia XI. Papers from the Conference in Oslo desember 1989), Magne Malmanger, Lazlo Berszelly and Signe Fuglesang (Eds.) Roma, Giorgia Bretschneider.

Plahter, Unn (1995). ‘Líkneskjusmíð: 14th century instructions for painting from Iceland’, Norwegian Medieval Altar Frontals and Related Material. Magne Malmanger, Lazlo Berszelly and Signe Fuglesang (Eds.) Roma, Giorgia Bretschneider. XI: 157-172.

Plahter, Leif  Einar, Skaug, Erling & Plahter, Unn (1974) Gothic Painted Altar Frontals from the Church of Tingelstad. Materials/Technique/Restoration, (Medieval Art in Norway), Universitetsforlaget, Oslo.

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