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Multispectral Imaging Data from Aged Samples for Research Project: "Quantitative Monitoring of Works of Art on Paper With Imaging Spectroscopy"

By Ivan Shevchuk and Roberto Padoan


The goal of this research is the investigation of potentials and limits of UV-VIS-NIR Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) and Multispectral Imaging (MSI) for the non-destructive quantitative monitoring of spectral changes that occurs in historical papers and writing media during exhibitions at the Rijksmuseum. Four spectral imaging instruments in Europe have been tested using the same set of samples collected from original discarded papers of the Rijksmuseum and reference targets. The samples include: an historical blue paper, a light sensitive pastel, papers with foxing and metal intrusions, a sanguine (red chalk) and the Blue Wool Standard grade 1. Data presented here is part of the research and is the Multispectral imaging data captured using the Multispectral imaging system of the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures in Hamburg. Imaging was performed on 28-29.06.2017 This was the second imaging campaign. Samples were aged

Topics: CSMC, SFB950, Samples, Written Artefacts, Artefact Profiling, Z01, Multispectral Imaging (MSI), Megavision E7, Rijksmuseum, Paper, Pastel, Blue Paper, Foxed Paper, Sanguine, Blue Wool Standard, Ageing, Monitoring, Light Fading
Year: 2020
DOI identifier: 10.25592/uhhfdm.1633
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