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The original appearance and beauty of ancient paintings virtually reconstructed

Abstract

As part of questions about methods of cultural heritage conservation, transdisciplinary research was performed in order to develop a set of analytical processes allowing us to reconstruct the appearances of historical paintings at different moments in their history. This reconstruction is based on a detailed knowledge of the materiality of the works, their preservation state and the conditions of conservation and storage. These analyses, necessarily non-or microinvasive for precious artworks, are accompanied by actual and virtual modelling of the evolution of the materials composition of the works. The example of a restored French 16 th c. painting illustrates our approach.
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hal-03875495 , version 1 (28-11-2022)

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Ina Reiche, Myriam Eveno, Clément de Mecquenem, Thomas Calligaro, Eric Laval, et al.. The original appearance and beauty of ancient paintings virtually reconstructed. Un patrimoine pour l'avenir une science pour le patrimoine, Mar 2022, Paris, France. ⟨hal-03875495⟩
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