In this paper we present an improved methodology allowing the restoration in digital form of artifacts, at low cost and without the need of any expertise. The approach we adopted comes from an accurate re-read of the state-of-the–art to ensure the easiness of the workflow and makes available a digital document including all its attributes, colors, graphic and dimensions characterizing the original artifact. The drawings and prints on which we tested our procedure belong to the Uffizi Museum in Florence and they are representative of a wide range of drawing types and size.

TOWARDS A UNIFIED AND FAST WORKFLOW FOR FINE ART DRAWING COLLECTION ACQUISITION

CORSI, CRISTIANA;GAIANI, MARCO;
2011

Abstract

In this paper we present an improved methodology allowing the restoration in digital form of artifacts, at low cost and without the need of any expertise. The approach we adopted comes from an accurate re-read of the state-of-the–art to ensure the easiness of the workflow and makes available a digital document including all its attributes, colors, graphic and dimensions characterizing the original artifact. The drawings and prints on which we tested our procedure belong to the Uffizi Museum in Florence and they are representative of a wide range of drawing types and size.
EVA 2011 Florence proceedings
76
81
C. Corsi; M. Faietti ; M. Gaiani; I. Rossi; M. Zancolich
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