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Non-destructive analysis of pigments in a triptych by Marten de Vos

AuthorsKrižnar, Anabelle ; Laclavetine, K.; Muñoz, M. V.; Respaldiza, M. A. ; Vega, Mercedes
Keywords16th century
Marten de Vos
Non-destructive analysis
Issue Date2016
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationSpectroscopy Letters 49(1): 30-36 (2016)
AbstractThe Fine Arts Museum in Seville conserves an especially wide group of paintings from the 16th century Spanish art, among which one of the highest importance is a triptych attributed to Marten de Vos. One of the panels was recently restored, which opened a possibility for its material and technical analysis. For this research, only non-destructive techniques have been used: ultraviolet light, infrared reflectography, and X-ray fluorescence. The ultraviolet exam showed wide areas of later interventions, which were confirmed by X-ray fluorescence results. By infrared reflectography it was possible to observe under-drawings and some pentimenti. The X-ray fluorescence results identified inorganic pigments, common for that period of time: lead white, yellow, and red ochres, lead¿tin yellow, vermilion, a green copper based pigment, azurite, smalt as De Vos's basic blue pigment, umber, and an organic black pigment, probably bone black.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1080/00387010.2015.1061018
issn: 0038-7010
e-issn: 1532-2289
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