They performed tests based on techniques including X-ray radiography and scanning electron microscope and energy dispersive X-Ray spectrometry. Though they demonstrated that the fibres in the canvases differed and that different pigments were used in the two paintings, they did not arrive at conclusive evidence. We recommend that you upload the biggest, highest resolution image you have (the image should be clear at the largest size).
Logically, if it is not, you should not attempt it, as the risk of failure is too high.
So we always prefer to make a preliminary and vital professional pre authentication assessment for clients first.
— for a 12"×12" canvas, we would prefer the image to be at least 6"×6").
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These findings were recently published in EPJ Plus by Mariaelenea Fedi of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) in Florence, Italy, and colleagues.
Previously, art historians had called upon scientists to compare the alleged Léger painting from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in Venice, Italy, with an authentic painting of the ‘Contraste de formes’ series belonging to the Solomon Guggenheim Foundation in New York, USA.
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New York | Heidelberg, 25 February 2014Choosing the right physical technique to analyse paintings can make all the difference when it comes to ascertaining their authenticity. Further information European Physical Journal Contact Saskia Rohmer, tel.
Freemanart administer and undertake varied practical forensic investigations of fine art: Art Authentication: Before you begin * Before entering into a full investigation of the legitimacy of a work of art , be it academic, forensic or as with most cases, both, it is essential to know if the project is at all viable and possibly provable.