A list of poster submissions of the previous Authentication in Art Congresses can be found below
Lead White Isotope Analysis on a Painting by Édouard Manet
Case study of the scientific expertise of an XX th century painting court case
Garofalo’s circumcision (1519) : Examining Authenticity
Dendrochronological investigations of stretcher frames from canvas paintings – linking wooden frames of a larger fraud case to a common origin
Discrimination of blue copper phthalocyanine polymorphs by chemometric analysis of micro-Raman results from paint layer samples of “real” fakes
Interdisciplinary Practice and Attribution Challenges: Facing the Catalogue Raisonné in an Authentication Framework
Portable XRF analyses – non-invasive pigment identification, supporting authenticity assessment and dating of the 19th century paintings
Modigliani, what else?
Manet or Not?
The First Explorations of Color X-ray Imaging on a 19th Century Painting
Rediscovery Of ‘La Famille Soler’ By Picasso Through Portable Analytical Instrumenation
Abstract Expressionist Catalogues Raisonnés and Art Authentication
Development of a Sampling Tool for the Stratigraphic Study of Historical Paintings
Microscale Radiocarbon Dating of Paintings
Morphological Research of Baruch Spinoza
Setting Standards for Technical Authenticity Research
Examining Authenticity of Gouache Painted Letter Offikret Moulla
Tracing inside the camera, Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675), The possible use of the camera obscura by Vermeer: An artist’s investigation
Violon. Céret by Pablo Picasso: the case of a lost painting: A Methodological Approach
30 years of false attribution for the Ligurian maiolica compendiario: an archaeometric perspective
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