Lucilla Pronti

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Image spectroscopy may allow identifying the materials present on a painting surface in a non-invasive way. The proposed method aims at optimizing, and thus reducing, the number of filters employed, while still providing a robust method, that achieves similar performances as traditional ones, which in turn employ a large number of filters. Moreover, we(More)
Reflectance spectroscopy, ultraviolet (UV)-fluorescence spectroscopy, and multispectral imaging have been widely employed for pigment identification on paintings. From ancient times to the present, lead white, zinc white, and titanium white have been the most important white pigments used for paintings and they are used as pigment markers for dating a work(More)
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