A set of textile fragments from the Guggenheim collection has been studied through a multi analytical approach to identify the dyestuff and check their compatibility with both declared historical period and the origin. For most of them, an Italian manufacture was hypothesized on the bases of stylistic and technical characteristics and they were mostly dated to the XVI century.

A multitechnique study of historical natural dyes

De Ferri Lavinia
;
Vallotto Davide
;
Martignon Alice
;
Pojana Giulio
2022

Abstract

A set of textile fragments from the Guggenheim collection has been studied through a multi analytical approach to identify the dyestuff and check their compatibility with both declared historical period and the origin. For most of them, an Italian manufacture was hypothesized on the bases of stylistic and technical characteristics and they were mostly dated to the XVI century.
5th International Conference on Innovation in Art Research and Technology (Paris, 28th June - 1st July 2022)
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