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E. Cazzanelli, E. Platania, G. De Santo, A. Fasanella and M. Castriota Micro-spectroscopic Raman investigation on the canvas oil painting ‘Rebecca at the well’ of Neapolitan anonymous Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 43

Version of Record online: 24 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.4174

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Modern pigments have been used for restoration work in old paintings, sometime without any written documentation about. In this case, the characteristic spectra of copper phthalocianine have been found in a micro-Raman study on the oil painting ‘Rebecca at the well’, preserved in MAON museum of Rende, (Cosenza), Italy. Art historians believe that the painting was created in the XVIII century by an artist of the Neapolitan school. The main pigments were identified, and important information were found about the restoration works and the painting's history.

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