Research & Publications

Below are some links to further research and publications featuring our cameras, along with more general research in the field of infrared reflectography.

Saving Saraha – Conservation of a Tibetan thangka

Authors:
British Museum
https://blog.britishmuseum.org/saving-saraha-conservation-of-a-tibetan-thangka/

 

Closer to Jan van Eyck

VERONA and the Closer to Van Eyck projects
KIK-IRPA
http://closertovaneyck.kikirpa.be/verona/#home/sub=map&modality=irr

 

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
https://www.museabrugge.be/en/collections/research-projects/onderzoek-naar-het-werkproces-van-15e-en-16e-eeuwse-schilders-via-infraroodreflectografie2

 

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
2003
https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/technical-bulletin/ackroyd_billinge_campbell_kirby2003 

 

‘Van Gogh’s Sunflowers illuminated’

Edited by Ella Hendriks and Marije Vellekoop
https://assets.ctfassets.net/4wrp2um278k7/7q8GRFbI8h8hExiGDr8ztZ/b480f51946c19a6423b7a39d5bd6ac44/Van_Gogh_s_Sunflowers_Illuminated_ToC___Intro.pdf

 

Infrarot-Reflektografie

Cranach Research Institute
(German Language)
http://cranach-research.de/

 

Pigments through the Ages: Infrared Light

Webexibits
webexhibits.org/pigments/intro/ir.html

 

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

Eva Peccenini
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283727438_A_scanning_Devices_For_Wide_Band_Infrared_Reflectography_A_scientific_approach_to_know_the_works_of_art