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Harteveld, Guusje (author)
A novel combination of analytical techniques for measuring optical properties of glaze and paint as input for computer modelling is used to investigate the influence of the green glaze layer present on top of the black underpainting in the background of Girl with a Pearl Earring. The absorption spectra of paint layers from paint reconstructions...
master thesis 2019
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van Hengstum, Mathijs (author)
master thesis 2018
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Belder, Joan (author)
It is assumed that 17th century paintings were painted by a very systematic approach which involved the use of very specific palettes. For every pictorial unit, such a skin, a very specific palette was created. In this case the palette would then only be used to paint the skin and nothing else. The result is that for each pictorial unit a...
master thesis 2018
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Allred, Jennie (author)

Scientific investigation of paintings has been facilitated by the development of advanced non-de\-struc\-tive imaging methods. Characterization of painting stratigraphy traditionally requires extraction of small paint samples, thereby limiting its use to a few locations on a painting due to its destructive nature. Alternatively, non...
master thesis 2017
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Witteveen, Evelien (author)
Rembrandt was a unique painter of his era, and one of his most outstanding pieces is The Jewish Bride. He mastered the art of manipulating pigments to create unique paint mixtures and textures. This can be seen in his painting, The Jewish Bride.
In the background of The Jewish Bride, Rembrandt mixed five pigments together: bone black, red...
master thesis 2017
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