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2D and 3D optical diagnostic techniques applied to Madonna dei Fusi by Leonardo da Vinci
Author(s): R. Fontana; M. C. Gambino; M. Greco; L. Marras; M. Materazzi; E. Pampaloni; A. Pelagotti; L. Pezzati; P. Poggi; C. Sanapo
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Paper Abstract

3D measurement and modelling have been traditionally applied to statues, buildings, archeological sites or similar large structures, but rarely to paintings. Recently, however, 3D measurements have been performed successfully also on easel paintings, allowing to detect and document the painting's surface. We used 3D models to integrate the results of various 2D imaging techniques on a common reference frame. These applications show how the 3D shape information, complemented with 2D colour maps as well as with other types of sensory data, provide the most interesting information. The 3D data acquisition was carried out by means of two devices: a high-resolution laser micro-profilometer, composed of a commercial distance meter mounted on a scanning device, and a laser-line scanner. The 2D data acquisitions were carried out using a scanning device for simultaneous RGB colour imaging and IR reflectography, and a UV fluorescence multispectral image acquisition system. We present here the results of the techniques described, applied to the analysis of an important painting of the Italian Reinassance: `Madonna dei Fusi', attributed to Leonardo da Vinci.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 August 2005
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 5857, Optical Methods for Arts and Archaeology, 58570L (12 August 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.612535
Show Author Affiliations
R. Fontana, INOA (Italy)
M. C. Gambino, INOA (Italy)
M. Greco, INOA (Italy)
L. Marras, INOA (Italy)
M. Materazzi, INOA (Italy)
E. Pampaloni, INOA (Italy)
A. Pelagotti, INOA (Italy)
L. Pezzati, INOA (Italy)
P. Poggi, INOA (Italy)
C. Sanapo, INOA (Italy)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5857:
Optical Methods for Arts and Archaeology
Renzo Salimbeni; Luca Pezzati, Editor(s)

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