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Pigments through the Ages

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Play the part of an art historian and examine paintings of van Gogh and Raphael. Learn about multispectral imaging and how the use of various wavelengths uncovers information beyond what can be seen by the naked eye. This very detailed site also offers a history of a Renaissance painting by Giovanni Bellini and repainted by Titian. X-ray and infrared imagery have unlocked the mysteries of this painting.

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