The panel painting represinting Madonna con bambino e San Giovanni of Museo Diocesano of Palermo: Scientific studies for the restoration

Bruno Giuseppe Pignataro, Franco Palla, Maurizio Vitella, Claudia Pellerito, Cosimo Di Stefano, Mauro Sebastianelli, Rachele Lucido

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The present research focuses on a painting on wood representing the Madonna con Bambino e San Giovanni, attributed to an unknown artist belonging to the Cretan-Venetian school, dated to the end of 16th century. The aim of the study is to provide a complete knowledge of the characteristics of the artefact in order to plane and perform a procedure according to conservative restoration. Historical and artistic evaluations and technical investigations were carried out for identifying the context, the constitutive materials and the executive techniques. The study was supported by the application of non-invasive (multispectral investigations and X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy) and analytical techniques (Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy).
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospite9th European Symposium on Religious Art, Restoration & Conservation
Pagine121-125
Numero di pagine5
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Restoration
Palermo
Spectroscopy
Panel Painting
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
Unknown Artists
Wood
Energy
X-ray Fluorescence
Scanning Electron Microscopy
Artifact
Evaluation

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Pignataro, B. G., Palla, F., Vitella, M., Pellerito, C., Di Stefano, C., Sebastianelli, M., & Lucido, R. (2017). The panel painting represinting Madonna con bambino e San Giovanni of Museo Diocesano of Palermo: Scientific studies for the restoration. In 9th European Symposium on Religious Art, Restoration & Conservation (pagg. 121-125)

The panel painting represinting Madonna con bambino e San Giovanni of Museo Diocesano of Palermo: Scientific studies for the restoration. / Pignataro, Bruno Giuseppe; Palla, Franco; Vitella, Maurizio; Pellerito, Claudia; Di Stefano, Cosimo; Sebastianelli, Mauro; Lucido, Rachele.

9th European Symposium on Religious Art, Restoration & Conservation. 2017. pag. 121-125.

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Pignataro, BG, Palla, F, Vitella, M, Pellerito, C, Di Stefano, C, Sebastianelli, M & Lucido, R 2017, The panel painting represinting Madonna con bambino e San Giovanni of Museo Diocesano of Palermo: Scientific studies for the restoration. in 9th European Symposium on Religious Art, Restoration & Conservation. pagg. 121-125.
Pignataro BG, Palla F, Vitella M, Pellerito C, Di Stefano C, Sebastianelli M e altri. The panel painting represinting Madonna con bambino e San Giovanni of Museo Diocesano of Palermo: Scientific studies for the restoration. In 9th European Symposium on Religious Art, Restoration & Conservation. 2017. pag. 121-125
Pignataro, Bruno Giuseppe ; Palla, Franco ; Vitella, Maurizio ; Pellerito, Claudia ; Di Stefano, Cosimo ; Sebastianelli, Mauro ; Lucido, Rachele. / The panel painting represinting Madonna con bambino e San Giovanni of Museo Diocesano of Palermo: Scientific studies for the restoration. 9th European Symposium on Religious Art, Restoration & Conservation. 2017. pagg. 121-125
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