Stanford University use Osiris Camera to Analyse Painting by Diebenkorn

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‘Window’, a painting by post-war abstract master painter Richard Diebenkorn has been analysed by the conservation team at Stanford University. Using the non-invasive imaging technique of infrared reflectography with their Osiris camera from Opus Instruments, new light has been shed on the painting and the creative processes of the artist.

Standford Student, Katherine Van Kirk discovered several compositions beneath the visible paint layers that can be seen in the interactive blog post below.

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