In this Chapter, chemical studies of medieval wall paintings in Ocre (L’Aquila, Italy) are presented. During the latest restoration campaign, micro-invasive SEM-EDS analyses were performed in order to determine the composition of original pigments. SEM images, moreover, allowed to define the techniques used to realize the pictorial cycle. A brief explanation of the technique has been also added for a sake of clarity of the readers.

SEM-EDS applied to the study of Santo Spirito monastery mural paintings in Ocre (L’Aquila, Italy)

Domenica Paoletti;Maria Grazia Tortora;Stefano Sfarra
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Raimondo Quaresima
2017-01-01

Abstract

In this Chapter, chemical studies of medieval wall paintings in Ocre (L’Aquila, Italy) are presented. During the latest restoration campaign, micro-invasive SEM-EDS analyses were performed in order to determine the composition of original pigments. SEM images, moreover, allowed to define the techniques used to realize the pictorial cycle. A brief explanation of the technique has been also added for a sake of clarity of the readers.
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