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Audio Lecture: Painting Forensics: Investigating Northern Renaissance Art
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Molly Faries, Indiana University, reviews recent studies on old master paintings made possible by new infrared reflectograms and other technologies.
Audio Lecture: Painting Forensics: Investigating Northern Renaissance Art
Infrared Detail: Two figures in original design
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Infrared examination of A Garden in Nassau reveals that the watercolor originally included two older boys perched atop the wall to the left of the wooden gate; they were attempting to reach...
Photomicrograph: Rough texture of watercolor paper
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Watercolor is used to greatest effect in combination with authentic watercolor paper. The physical character...
Photomicrograph: Transparent watercolor wash
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Watercolor consists of colored pigments suspended in a liquid solution of water and...
Infrared Detail: Graphite underdrawing
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Before he began to paint The Return, Tynemouth, Homer created a preliminary design, or underdrawing, using graphite pencil to guide his...
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of For to Be a Farmer's Boy
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New evidence from colored washes that are now faded provides the opportunity to create digital simulations to approximate the unfaded appearance of three watercolors:...
Audio Lecture: Molecular to Monumental: Rediscovering Lost Cultures from the Inside Out
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With the aid of modern CT scan technology, conservators are seeing ancient civilizations in a whole new light, from Egyptian High Priests to Peruvian artisans.  Their remnants of day-of-day life are...
Audio Lecture: Molecular to Monumental: Rediscovering Lost Cultures from the Inside Out
Photomicrograph: Resist residue
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Tiny white particles, possibly residue from a resist, appear across the surface of Campfire, Adirondacks...
Infrared Detail: Preliminary graphite underdrawing
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An infrared detail of the graphite underdrawing for The Gulf Stream reveals a significant change between the preliminary design and the final composition. In the infrared view, faint pencil...
Framing Profile: Movement: Boats and Objects, Blue Gray Sea, 1947
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As he did for the oil Sailboat, Brooklyn Bridge, New York Skyline and many other paintings of the 1930s—particularly oils—Marin both constructed and painted the frame for Movement: Boats...
Framing Profile: <em>Movement: Boats and Objects, Blue Gray Sea</em>, 1947
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