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Opus Instruments’ infrared reflectography (IRR) cameras are used at the forefront of fine art analysis and research, in auction houses, universities, galleries and conservation studios worldwide.Our Cameras
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Apollo Case Study: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy
11 Jan 2022 | Arcanes
Caravaggio, whose life of transgressions often prevails over the artistic aspect of his existence, is...
An Introduction to the Opacity of Pigments in Shortwave Infrared Region.
06 Dec 2021
The graphic below illustrates the bandwidths of the three filters that are sold as the...
National Museum of Norway infrared scans reveal author of hidden graffiti on Edvard Munch’s original painting of The Scream
12 Oct 2021 | National Museum of Norway
Following years of speculation, curators at the National Museum of Norway have confirmed that a...
Barningham Rood Screens – Apollo Case Study
27 Oct 2020 | Barningham Rood
Norfolk and Suffolk have the most surviving late-medieval painted screens in England. Chancel or rood...
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American Institute for Conservation
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02 Sep 2021
A study of George Caleb Bingham’s “Fur Traders Descending the Missouri”
New insights into the working processes of American artist George Caleb Bingham have been discovered...
02 Sep 2021
The Met Museum Share Conservation of Altarpiece
See how The Met utilised infrared reflectography with their Osiris camera to help inform the...
02 Sep 2021
Stanford University use Osiris Camera to Analyse Painting by Diebenkorn
‘Window’, a painting by post-war abstract master painter Richard Diebenkorn has been analysed by the...