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A review of imaging methods in analysis of works of art:Thermographic imaging method in art analysis


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Gavrilov, D., Maev, R.G. and Almond, D.P., 2014. A review of imaging methods in analysis of works of art:Thermographic imaging method in art analysis. Canadian Journal of Physics, 92 (4), pp. 341-364.

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Abstract

This article discusses a number of modern techniques used for the analysis of works of art. The most widely used approaches as well as lesser known ones are outlined in terms of their applications and the kind of information on the condition of artworks that can be extracted. Special attention is paid to the method of thermographic analysis of works of pictorial art. The principles of the technique, various computational approaches, and safety concerns are discussed. A set of examples is provided for the demonstration of the capabilities of thermographic assessment, including a range of real canvas and panel paintings exhibited in museums and in private collections. © 2013 Published by NRC Research Press.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsGavrilov, D., Maev, R.G. and Almond, D.P.
DOI10.1139/cjp-2013-0128
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Research CentresMaterials Research Centre
Bath Institute for Complex Systems (BICS)
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code39355

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