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Report on Digital Image Processing for Art Historians


As art museums are digitizing their collections, a crossdisciplinary interaction between image analysts, mathematicians and art historians is emerging, putting to use recent advances made in the field of image processing (in acquisition as well as in analysis). An example of this is the Digital Painting Analysis (DPA) initiative, bringing together several research teams from universities and museums to tackle art related questions such as artist authentication, dating, etc. Some of these questions were formulated by art historians as challenges for the research teams. The results, mostly on van Gogh paintings, were presented at two workshops. As part of the Princeton team within the DPA initiative we give an overview of the work that was performed so far.
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Bruno Cornelis, Ann Dooms, Ingrid Daubechies, Peter Schelkens. Report on Digital Image Processing for Art Historians. SAMPTA'09, May 2009, Marseille, France. Special session on sampling and (in)painting. ⟨hal-00452288⟩
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