Examination of paintings in infrared at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage
l'Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique
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The article describes the examination of paintings in infrared at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage. Two complementary methods are described and examples from Pre-Eyckian painting are shown: infrared reflectography using a platinum silicide focal plane array video camera and infrared photography using a Phase One LightPhase digital camera.
Christina Currie, ‘Examination of paintings in infrared at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage’, in: Pre-Eyckian Panel Painting in the Low Countries : 1 : Catalogue (Contributions to Fifteenth-Century Painting in the Southern Netherlands and the Principality of Liège, 9), ed. Cyriel Stroo (Brussels, 2009), pp. 41-46.