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More than the eye can see

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By David Lainé, Senior partner painting conservation & research, IPARC

The past two decades have seen rapid developments in technologies for conducting technical art research. These non-invasive tools that acquire data which cannot be acquired by visual inspection alone and seek for answers to questions of authenticity, authentication, dating and art history, can also be highly relevant to art conservation and restoration. This talk will take you through a couple of these techniques based on a number of case studies such as the two masterpieces ‘The Last Supper’ and ‘The Martyrdom of Saint Erasmus’ by the Flemish Primitive artist Dieric Bouts.

Language of the talk: NL
Join us at 4pm at the stand King Baudouin Foundation n°137

In partnership with IPARC, International Platform for Art Research and Conservation