Just published “Panoramic Multispectral Imaging: Training and Case studies” on the Belgian Association of conservators Bulletin, 2nd Trimester, pp 7-11, 2014. David Laine, the Bulletin vice-president and painting conservator at Iparc cvba, told me that they were preparing an interesting issue on different kinds of analyses in conservation. This encouraged me to submit a paper regarding a training program on multispectral imaging and technical photography (topics and program available here) that I had just delivered to an Art Diagnostics start-up company in Italy, Terrarossa. I wrote this paper in collaboration with Cristina, Grazia and Floriana, the young conservation scientists which run Terrarossa and who took that training program in Andria, Italy. They made a great effort in selecting and preparing amazing case studies in their home town, Andria.

Belgian Association of conservators Bulletin, 2nd Trimester, 2014

“Panoramic Multispectral Imaging: Training and Case studies” Belgian Association of conservators Bulletin, 2nd Trimester, pp 7-11, 2014

The 5 –days of training and actual examinations were so productive that we thought it was worth to write a paper on the imaging documentation workflow and the actual discoveries we made. This video summarize the training program in Andria.

infrared reflectography

Getting to know the multispectral imaging equipment in the studio, Andria, Italy.

infrared photography

Training on panoramic infrared photography in Andria, Italy.

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