After the Black Death project

After the Black Death project

CATS is part of the project After the Black Death CATS is partner in a large research project run by the University of Oslo (UiO): After the Black Death: Painting and Polychrome Sculpture in Norway. The focus is on interdisciplinary research into the making and meaning of late-medieval folding altarpieces, shrines, sculptures and crucifixes owned [...

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CATS contributed to the Gordon Research Conference

CATS contributed to the Gordon Research Conference

CATS presented a poster at the Gordon Research Conference, Scientific Methods in Cultural Heritage Research – Challenges and Complexity in Characterization and Conservation.   In the framework of the CATS’ project to study the painting technique and materials in Dutch and Danish 17th Century paintings, with a key interest in the ma...

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CATS at the Synchrotron

CATS at the Synchrotron

CATS have made analyses at the Synchrotron in Sweden CATS recently obtained access to experiment time at MAX-lab FTIR beam line in Lund after a submission of a proposal. The synchrotron analyses were aimed at understanding the degradation mechanisms of white paints in some SMK paintings. The results achieved using the synchrotron facility will comp...

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CATS contributed to ICOM-CC in Melbourne 2014

CATS contributed to ICOM-CC in Melbourne 2014

CATS participated with one speaker and four posters at the ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference in Melbourne 2014. The oral presentation: With the best intentions. Changed response to relative humidity in wax-resin lined early-19th-century canvas paintings. By C. K. Andersen, M.F. Mecklenburg, M. Scharff, and J. Wadum. In ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Confer...

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