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Digital Heritage Lab
The Digital Heritage Research Lab is devoted to research on the digitisation, archiving, and promotion of cultural heritage, tangible and intangible remains of our cultural past.
culture  europe  forensic  glam  infrastructure  preservation  research  resources 
5 weeks ago by kintopp
CHANGE – Cultural Heritage Analysis for New Generations
The CHANGE project will train a new generation of early stage researchers towards a common goal, namely the assessment of changes of tangible cultural heritage (CH) objects and their monitoring in the atmosphere and/or during their conservation treatment using multimodal imaging techniques in complement to more traditional analytical techniques.
3d  chemistry  colour  culture  europe  forensic  infrastructure  preservation  research  training 
6 weeks ago by kintopp
How AI helps unlock the secrets of Old Master and modernist paintings | Ars Technica
There's rarely time to write about every cool science-y story that comes our way. So this year, we're once again running a special Twelve Days of Christmas series of posts, highlighting one science story that fell through the cracks each day, from December 25 through January 5. via Pocket
ai  art  dl  forensic  preservation 
december 2019 by kintopp
Quanta Magazine
Mathematics is everywhere, if you know where to look. A recently opened exhibition at the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) is displaying the St. John Altarpiece, a 14th-century work by Francescuccio Ghissi. It has nine scenes in total: eight smaller pictures featuring St. via Pocket
art  forensic  ml  preservation 
november 2019 by kintopp
Algorithmen rekonstruieren unbekanntes Picasso-Gemälde | Technology Review
Forscher haben ein zuvor nie gesehenes Bild des spanischen Malers mithilfe eines neuronalen Netzes sichtbar gemacht, das er während seiner Blauen Periode erstellt und übermalt hat. "Der alte Gitarrenspieler" ist wahrscheinlich das berühmteste Gemälde aus Pablo Picassos Blauer Periode. via Pocket
art  forensic  dl 
november 2019 by kintopp
Home - NICAS
Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science The websites of the UvA make use of cookies. via Pocket
art  arthistory  forensic  netherlands 
november 2019 by kintopp
Home | ColourLex
The first part of ColourLex consists of information on paintings with emphasis on pigment analysis.
The second key part of ColourLex are pages about the individual pigments.
The last part is a collection of resources on paintings, painters, pigments and the scientific methods used in the investigation of paintings.
analysis  art  colour  forensic  methodology 
june 2018 by kintopp
JHNA, Proposals for Digital Art History Projects - Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte / Archiv
JHNA (Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art) is applying for a Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. If successful, we will receive three bursaries of $10,000 each to develop and publish three digital art history projects. via Pocket
arthistory  forensic  gis  grants  netherlands  networks 
january 2018 by kintopp
Catherine and I have launched a new DataBasic tool and activity, Connect the Dots, aimed at helping students and educators see how their data is connected with a visual network diagram. via Pocket
datasets  forensic  tools  visualization 
february 2016 by kintopp
CSV Fingerprints
CSV is a simple and common format for tabular data that uses commas to separate rows and columns. Nearly every spreadsheet and database program lets users import from and export to CSV. via Pocket
datasets  forensic  tools  visualization 
october 2015 by kintopp
Bosch in Venice
The works by Jheronimus Bosch (c. 1450–1516) in Venice were mentioned for the first time in 1733 by Antonio Maria Zanetti. In Descrizione di tutte le pubbliche pitture della città di Venezia, Zanetti described one triptych of a crucified female saint (Triptych of St. Uncumber), another of St. via Pocket
art  arthistory  forensic 
october 2015 by kintopp
About Us — Art Analysis & Research
Nica Gutman Rieppi took a BA in History of Art and French at Emory University, Atlanta, before studying for her MA and Certificate of Advanced Study in Art Conservation at the State University College, Buffalo, and an MA in History of Art at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. via Pocket
art  arthistory  forensic  analysis  images 
july 2015 by kintopp
History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places | Smithsonian
In 1883, the great artist Pierre-August Renoir painted an impressionistic oil-on-canvas portrait of Valentine Clapisson, the wife of stockbroker Léon Clapisson. The painting, above, shows Mme. via Pocket
analysis  art  colour  forensic 
february 2015 by kintopp
Illuminating art’s history | University of Cambridge
Faced with the prospect of his rapidly approaching nuptials on 29 October 1442, and with no wedding gift purchased for his bride-to-be, Francis I of Brittany (1414–1450) did what many of us have done at some point: he ‘re-gifted’. via Pocket
arthistory  forensic  analysis  manuscripts  images 
february 2015 by kintopp
Find A PhD Project: SEAHA Fully Funded Studentship: An optimised system for Multispectral Imaging of Documentary Material at University College London
UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering and UCL Centre for Digital Humanities are interested in multispectral imaging of documents to enhance the reading of lost text, corrections and watermarks. via Pocket
forensic  analysis  images 
february 2015 by kintopp
'Secrets of Leonardo revealed'? - Art History News - by Bendor Grosvenor
Video: BBC. Images: Copyright Pascal Cotte There was a slew of stories in the press yesterday on the 'secrets' revealed by new analysis of Leonardo's Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani, better known as the 'Lady with an Ermine'. Above is the BBC news piece. Here is the Guardian's report. via Pocket
arthistory  forensic 
december 2014 by kintopp
Home - COSCH
True, precise and complete documentation of artefacts is essential for conservation and preservation of our cultural heritage (CH). via Pocket
3d  art  colour  forensic  visualization 
november 2014 by kintopp

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