Research & Publications

Imaging Techniques for the Classification of Ink Types in Medieval Manuscripts: Revealing More than Text featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Apollo

The research for this project was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) within the Sonderforschungsbereich 950 (SFB 950). The research was conducted within the scope of the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC) at Universität Hamburg.

Looking for the missing link in the evolution of black inks featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Apollo

Grzegorz Nehring, Olivier Bonnerot, Marius Gerhardt, Myriam Krutzsch & Ira Rabin. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences volume 13, Article number: 71 (2021) Cite this article

National Museum of Norway infrared scans reveal author of hidden graffiti on Edvard Munch’s original painting of The Screamfeaturing infrared reflectograms taken by Apollo

‘Johannes Vermeer’s Mistress and Maid: new discoveries cast light on changes to the composition and the discoloration of some paint passages’ Dorothy Mahon1, Silvia A. Centeno2* , Margaret Iacono3, Federico Carό2, Heike Stege4 and Andrea Obermeier4 – featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Osiris

Hans von Aachen’s Allegorical Representations of the Arts, and His Newly Identified Painting Allegory of the Arts* Ming-Ling Tsai Department of Art History, Tainan National University of the Arts – featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Osiris

‘Van Gogh’s Sunflowers illuminated’ featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Apollo

Edited by Ella Hendriks and Marije Vellekoop

Infrarot-Reflektografie – featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Osiris

Cranach Research Institute (German Language)

Saving Saraha – Conservation of a Tibetan thangka

Authors: Alice Derham, Conservator: Art on Paper and Teresa Heady, Senior Conservator: Textiles
British Museum

Closer to Jan van Eyck

VERONA and the Closer to Van Eyck projects

Research into the work process of 15th and 16th-century painters via infrared reflectography

Flemish Research Centre for the arts in the Burgundian Netherlands of Musea Brugge

The ‘Two Tax Gatherers’

Marinus van Reymerswale: Original and Replica
National Gallery Technical Bulletin Vol 24, pp50-63.
Author/s: Paul Ackroyd, Rachel Billinge, Lorne Campbell and Jo Kirby

A high sensitivity, low noise and high spatial resolution multi-band infrared refectography camera for the study of paintings and works on paper John K. Delaney1*, Giorgio Trumpy1,2, Marie Didier1,3, Paola Ricciardi1,4 and Kathryn A. Dooley1 – featuring infrared reflectograms taken by Osiris

Pigments through the Ages: Infrared Light


A Scanning Device for Wide Band Infrared Reflectography: A scientific approach to know the works of art

Eva Peccenini 

The Apollo camera has fomented new research in art history and English literature

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University

Apollo Camera Opus Instruments

An introduction to Opus Instruments

Apollo camera demonstration