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Ceramics by Niculoso Pisano and quantitative analysis of glazes using portable XRF

@inproceedings{Morn2016CeramicsBN,
  title={Ceramics by Niculoso Pisano and quantitative analysis of glazes using portable XRF},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Auxiliadora G{\'o}mez Mor{\'o}n and {\'A}ngel Polvorinos Del R{\'i}o and Jacques Castaing and Alfonso Pleguezuelo Hern{\'a}ndez},
  year={2016}
}
Chemical and mineralogical analysis has been performed on two ceramics tiles covered with coloured glazes and attributed to Niculoso Pisano. We have determined the mineralogical and chemical compositions of the bodies as well as of the different glazes, including microstructural observations of the glaze colors used in the decoration. Such ceramic composition study aims at improving the knowledge of the materials and techniques used by this artist, as well as to clarify the possible existence… Expand
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