Art Conservation with Micro-XRF Workshop Videos
Thank you to everyone who came to our Art Conservation with Micro-XRF Workshop at the National Gallery. We hope you found it useful. If you couldn’t make it, you can watch some of the talks in our videos below.
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Bruker M6 JETSTREAM
- Large area micro-XRF, ideal for galleries and museums.
- Scan vertically or horizontally.
- Practical, mobile rig
From the Lab to the Museum:
Macro-XRF Scanning in Action
Excerpts from a talk by Dr Paola Ricciardi of The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, with case studies of how they use macro-XRF to analyse pigments in manuscripts and paintings. Analysing elements in pigments provides valuable information about the types of paints used, for dating fragments and identifying alterations.[hr]
Seeing the World with Other Eyes:
Micro-XRF from M4 TORNADO and M6 JETSTREAM
Excerpts from a presentation by Dr Roald Tagle of Bruker Nano Berlin, about using micro-XRF instruments to identify elements in paintings and the information you can gain from elemental analysis. How to adjust micro-XRF parameters to get the different results, with examples including the Altenberg Shrine and 3D objects.[hr]
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