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Masterpiece or fake? The answer will be given by a photograph of the painting
It turns out that in order to determine
the authenticity of the painting does not have to take samples of paints – the new method allows
do not touch the work of art at all. “A good photo is enough for us”,-
says Hani Farid of Dortmud College in New Hampshire. The program created here
analyzes a digital photo and builds statistical distributions according to three parameters:
brush pressure, stroke orientation or length, and smoothness of paint application. Now,
if you build a three-dimensional diagram, putting these parameters on the coordinate axes,
an interesting result will be obtained: each artist has his own distribution
in the form of a “ball” of a sufficiently small diameter, located in a certain
location. T.e. distributions related, for example, to Da Vinci and, say, to Rembrandt
will be in completely different places. It turns out that each of the painters
the past has its own “digital signature”!
Analysis of eight works belonging to the Flemish artist
Pieter Bruegel, and five well-known imitations of his style
complete fairness of the new method. Points derived from simulations,
far beyond Bruegel’s “ball”.
Researchers also decided to test “Madonna and Child” by Perugino,
written around the 1500s. Many experts believed that
picture Perugino drew more than one, he was helped by students, including
there was, for example, the great Raphael. And their suspicions were justified.
It turned out that
three of the six faces in the picture were painted by one person, presumably
Perugino, and the other three by three other artists.
Nadine Orenstein, Bruegel expert from the Metropolitan Museum, who and
provided scientists with the opportunity to work with originals, believes that
the method should be added to the usual test suite for research
works of art, but at the same time notices that he is still very distant
perfection. What to do, for example, with artists whose style has changed in
Adapted from Scientific American and