Technical Conservation Studies
Cotte, S 2014, ‘Materials in Gonkar Gyatso’s work: continuity and contrast with the Tibetan painting tradition’, The AICCM Bulletin, 35, pp. 22-32.
O’Donnell, E 2018, ‘Materiality, Making and Meaning: Building material knowledge through conservation in Indonesia’, The Newsletter, 81, Autumn 2018, International Institute for Asian Studies, p. 22.
O’Donnell, E, Tse, N and Ahmad, A 2015 ‘Material availability and painting practice: a case study of Singapore artist Georgette Chen’, The AICCM Bulletin, 36, 2, pp. 1-12, DOI 10.1080/10344233.2015.1127581.
Tay, D, Tse, N & Ho, M 2015, 'Glocalising Conservation', Furnace, 1, ISSN 2057-519X.
Tse, N, Chayabutra, S, Kamolchote, K, Panmanee, S & Khlungwisarn, T 2014, ‘Artist’s oil paints in Thailand’ in J Bridgeland (ed.), ICOM Committee for Conservation, 17th Triennial Conference, 15-19 September, Melbourne, 1314, 9 pp., International Council of Museums, Paris, ISBN: 978-92-9012-410-8.
Tse, N, Roberts, A & Miles, E 2013 ‘Film formation of artists acrylic paints in diverse climates’, in D Saunders, M Strlic, C Korenberg, N Luxford, K Birkhölzer (eds), Lasers in the Conservation of Artworks, Archetype Publications, London, pp. 32-39. ISBN: 9781904982876.
Tse, N, Labrador, A & Sloggett, R 2009, 'Oil Paintings in the Philippines: Two Institutionalised Practices and their Materials and Techniques ', in J Anderson (ed.), Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration, Convergence, 32nd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, 13-18 January, 2008, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, pp. 590-598.
Tse, N, Roberts, A & Sloggett, R 2008a, 'A preliminary understanding of oil paintings in tropical Southeast Asia', in J Bridgeland (ed.), ICOM Committee for Conservation, 13th Triennial Conference, 22-26 September, New Delhi, Allied Publishers Pty. Ltd., New Delhi, vol. II, pp. 641-650.
Tse, N & Sloggett, R 2008, 'Southeast Asian Oil Paintings: Supports and preparatory layers', in J Townsend, T Doherty, G Heydenreich, G & J Ridge (eds), Preparation for painting: the artist's choice and its consequence, Archetype Books, London, pp. 161-70.
Tse, N 2005, 'Artistic practices of the Bohol School of Paintings: An Analytical and Archival Study of Nineteenth-Century Panel Paintings in the Philippines', in P Jett, J Winter & B McCarthy (eds), Scientific Research on the Pictorial Arts of Asia: Proceedings of the Second Forbes Symposium, Archetype Publications, Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, pp. 149-59.