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Non-destructive techniques for in situ studies of easel paintings: development and application of a confocal X-ray micro-fluorescence system

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Autor: Laclavetine, Kilian
Director: Respaldiza Galisteo, Miguel Ángel
Ager Vázquez, Francisco José
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Física Atómica, Molecular y Nuclear
Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Física Aplicada I
Fecha: 2015-03-20
Tipo de documento: Tesis Doctoral
Resumen: This PhD thesis entitled “Non-destructive techniques for in situ studies of easel paintings: development and application of a confocal X-ray micro-fluorescence system.” with the supervision of Prof. Miguel Ángel Respaldiza and Dr. Francisco J. Ager was focused on physics applied to Cultural Heritage The main goal of this research was to design and characterize the capabilities of a portable confocal μXRF system that allows the noninvasive in situ analysis of easel paintings in combination with other spectroscopic and multispectral techniques, more specifically, XRF, IRR and UV-induced visible fluorescence. The potential of this device was proved in a particular problem in the fields of Cultural Heritage and Art History: the characterization of the techniques and the palette of the 16th century Spanish painter Alonso Vázquez and the confirmation of the authorship of some unsigned paintings, on the basis of material study. For this purpose, a methodology involving those techniques was...
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Cita: Laclavetine, K. (2015). Non-destructive techniques for in situ studies of easel paintings: development and application of a confocal X-ray micro-fluorescence system. (Tesis doctoral inédita). Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/25401

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