Surface and volume non-invasive methods for the structural monitoring of the bass-relief "Madonna con Bambino" (Gorizia, Northern Italy)

Patrizia Capizzi, Marianna Barberio, Mauro Francesco La Russa, Silvestro Antonio Ruffolo, Maria Francesca Alberghina, Salvatore Schiavone, Valeria Comite, Andrea Macchia, Andrea Macchia, Mauro Francesco La Russa, Salvatore Schiavone, Silvestro Antonio Ruffolo

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Abstract

Structural analysis of marble statues, carried out by non-invasive and in situ methods, is crucial to define the state of conservation of the artworks and to identify the deterioration phenomena that can affect them. In this work, we combined in situ non-destructive techniques, ultrasonic tomography (US), ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence (UV-IF) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF) to study the bass-relief "Madonna con Bambino" (Gorizia, Italy). The US revealed the presence of some metallic pivots, associated with areas of high sound velocity; moreover, a more degraded area has been identified in the lower part of the bass-relief. The acquired UV-IF image confirmed the presence of surface degradation, allowing a preliminary evaluation of the extension of a fracture, from surface to bulk. In addition, the different materials (both original and/or integrations) that compose the studied surface have been identified. The XRF has contributed to define the nature of the inorganic materials applied during undocumented previous restoration works on the surface as filler for lacunae.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)1-6
Numero di pagine6
RivistaNatural Product Research
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

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Bass
bass
Italy
Fluorescence
fluorescence
Monitoring
monitoring
tomography
Tomography
Ultrasonography
ultrasonics
X-radiation
Ultrasonics
X-Rays
filling materials
X rays
Calcium Carbonate
Acoustic wave velocity
methodology
Structural analysis

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Plant Science
  • Organic Chemistry

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Capizzi, P., Barberio, M., La Russa, M. F., Ruffolo, S. A., Alberghina, M. F., Schiavone, S., ... Ruffolo, S. A. (2016). Surface and volume non-invasive methods for the structural monitoring of the bass-relief "Madonna con Bambino" (Gorizia, Northern Italy). Natural Product Research, 1-6.

Surface and volume non-invasive methods for the structural monitoring of the bass-relief "Madonna con Bambino" (Gorizia, Northern Italy). / Capizzi, Patrizia; Barberio, Marianna; La Russa, Mauro Francesco; Ruffolo, Silvestro Antonio; Alberghina, Maria Francesca; Schiavone, Salvatore; Comite, Valeria; Macchia, Andrea; Macchia, Andrea; La Russa, Mauro Francesco; Schiavone, Salvatore; Ruffolo, Silvestro Antonio.

In: Natural Product Research, 2016, pag. 1-6.

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Capizzi, P, Barberio, M, La Russa, MF, Ruffolo, SA, Alberghina, MF, Schiavone, S, Comite, V, Macchia, A, Macchia, A, La Russa, MF, Schiavone, S & Ruffolo, SA 2016, 'Surface and volume non-invasive methods for the structural monitoring of the bass-relief "Madonna con Bambino" (Gorizia, Northern Italy)', Natural Product Research, pagg. 1-6.
Capizzi, Patrizia ; Barberio, Marianna ; La Russa, Mauro Francesco ; Ruffolo, Silvestro Antonio ; Alberghina, Maria Francesca ; Schiavone, Salvatore ; Comite, Valeria ; Macchia, Andrea ; Macchia, Andrea ; La Russa, Mauro Francesco ; Schiavone, Salvatore ; Ruffolo, Silvestro Antonio. / Surface and volume non-invasive methods for the structural monitoring of the bass-relief "Madonna con Bambino" (Gorizia, Northern Italy). In: Natural Product Research. 2016 ; pagg. 1-6.
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