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Our goal in this paper is to discover near duplicate patterns in large collections of artworks. This is harder than standard instance mining due to differences in the artistic media (oil, pastel, drawing, etc), and imperfections inherent in the copying process. via Pocket
art  arthistory  iconography  images  recognition  search  deep 
march 2019 by kintopp
A toolbox and a platform for researchers, working in the field of the arts, literature, and visual communication. It is a single access point for thematic searches across a wide variety of cultural heritage collections.
arthistory  database  iconography  images  resources  search  text 
december 2018 by kintopp
Weakly Supervised Object Detection in Artworks
We propose a method for the weakly supervised detection of objects in paintings. At training time, only image-level annotations are needed. This enables one to learn new classes on-the-fly from globally annotated databases, avoiding the tedious task of manually marking objects. We also introduce a new database, IconArt, on which we perform detection experiments on classes that could not be learned on photographs, such as Jesus Child or Saint Sebastian. To the best of our knowledge, these are the first experiments dealing with the automatic (and in our case weakly supervised) detection of iconographic elements in paintings.
art  iconography  images  paper  recognition  arthistory  ml 
november 2018 by kintopp
Iconclass and AI – Iconclass Blog
Examples from a development project (2015 / 2016) at The National museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, section for Digital Collection Management. via Pocket
art  datasets  iconography  images  ml 
november 2017 by kintopp
Home — Iconclass
Welcome to the Iconclass website. Iconclass is a classification system designed for art and iconography. It is the most widely accepted scientific tool for the description and retrieval of subjects represented in images (works of art, book illustrations, reproductions, photographs, etc. via Pocket
iconography  standards 
february 2017 by kintopp
Venus Iconography
Tweet A Digital Thematic Research Collection    contributing to distant viewing, macroanalysis and the quantitative approach in art history  <...between ... "everything included"  and ... "etcetera".> Umberto Eco: Introduction, 'The Infinity of Lists',2009. via Pocket
arthistory  iconography 
august 2014 by kintopp

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