Organic Materials in Wall Paintings (2003-2010)
 

Publications

  • Francesca Casadio, Ivana Giangualano, Francesca Piqué, "Organic Materials in Wall Paintings: the historical and analytical literature," Reviews in Conservation, Number 5 (2004), 63-80.
  • Giovanni Verri, et al. "Evaluation of non-invasive techniques for the detection of organic materials in wall paintings," 8th International Conference on Non-destructive Investigations and Microanalysis for the Diagnostics and Conservation of the Cultural and Environmental Heritage, Lecce (Italy), May 15–19 2005.

Articles in the GCI newsletter

Unpublished Research

  • Gwénaëlle Gautier, "A reliable analytical procedure for the characterization and identification of proteinaceous binding media in wall paintings" (PhD dissertation, University of Pisa, academic year 2004/2005)
  • Alessia Daveri, "Spettroscopia mid-FTIR in riflettanza per lo studio non invasivo dei dipinti murali" (degree in chemistry, academic year 2004/2005)
  • Valeria Chocan, "Spettroscopia vibrazionale per lo studio non invasivo di superfici policrome," degree in technologies for the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage, University of Perugia, academic year 2004/2005)
  • Austin Nevin, "ATR and Reflectance micro-FTIR, an exploration of their suitability for the analysis of wall paintings cross-sections" (master's dissertation, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 2004).
  • Francesca Rosi, "Spectroscopic Studies for the conservation of mural paintings" (PhD dissertation, University of Perugia, academic year 2003/2004)

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Last updated: March 2011