Bruegel’s original Luxuria drawing (KBR SII132816) under the Multispectral Portable Light Dome
In the framework of the Belspo BRAIN-be FINGERPRINT project, the Imaging Lab has performed in March 2018 a two day scientific and technical photography session at the The Printroom of the Royal Library of Belgium on 4+1 unique Bruegel drawings kept at the Royal Library and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. For a full account on this event follow this link.
In a previous blogpost, we introduced the FINGERPRINT project. FINGERPRINT is an interdisciplinary collection and data management project on the exceptional collection of graphic works by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (ca. 1520-1569). It involves the collection and processing of a large amount of visual and material data. To obtain that visual data we have an extensive toolbox at our disposal: a high resolution medium format digital back, a motorized repro stand, a Nikon DSLR modified for multispectral imaging with a collection of multispectral filters, the RICH microdomes and much more. A brief overview. Continue reading