Detail Project and Funding

Spettroscopia Raman avanzata: alla ricerca delle impronte digitali delle molecole nelle opere d’Arte

RS4Art

Funded by: Regione Toscana  
Calls: POR FSE 2014 – 2020
Start date: 2020-06-22  End date: 2022-09-30
Total Budget: EUR 1.512.000,00  INO share of the total budget: EUR 151.200,00
Scientific manager:    and for INO is: Striova Jana

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Organization/Institution/Company main assignee: CNR

other Organization/Institution/Company involved:
Opificio delle Pietre Dure
UniversitĂ  degli Studi di Firenze

other INO’s people involved:
Benassi Laura
Chaban Antonina
Fontana Raffaella
Innocenti Silvia
Pezzati Luca
Quintero Balbas Diego Ivan
Raffaelli Marco


Abstract: Raman spectroscopy is an important tool in the field of Heritage Science allowing the identification of pigments, colourants, binders, and other substances in polychrome surfaces, ceramics, paper, parchment, textile and stone. The recent developments in the Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) enable characterization of a great number of natural and sythethic compounds in works of art with hude selectivity and molecular specificity. The objective of the project is to train young researchers in the use of these and other complementary techniques from their consolidated forms to recent and innovative technologies, applied also in situ. The training will be carried out in the laboratories of National Research Council, Opificio delle Pietre Dure and Chemistry Department of University of Florence.

The Scientific Results:
1) Mineralogical interpretation of multispectral images: The case study of the pigments in the frigidarium of the Sarno Baths, Pompeii
2) Noninvasive identification of turmeric and saffron dyes in proteinaceous textile fibres using Raman spectroscopy and multivariate analysis
3) Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS): extractionless non-hydrolysis method for the detection of red lake pigments in paintings
4) Multi-analytical approach to the study of mecca gilding technique
5) Revealing Hidden Features in Multilayered Artworks by Means
of an Epi-Illumination Photoacoustic Imaging System

6) SERS IDENTIFICATION OF NATURAL YELLOW DYES IN PROTEINACEOUS FIBRES USING AG-AGAR NANOCOMPOSITE
7) S. 2463_01 SCHEDA DI INDAGINI DIAGNOSTICHE

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