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Art and heritage

Renishaw's Raman instruments have been involved in numerous investigations of cultural items, including, the Holy (Turin) Shroud, the Vinland map and a Chagall painting. In these, the ability to determine age and authenticity were vital.

Incredibly versatile

Renishaw's Raman systems can:

  • analyse pigments and lacquers used in paintings, frescos, murals, and tapestries
  • identify inks used in manuscripts, scrolls, maps and books
  • investigate gemstones and minerals from cultural artefacts
  • determine the constituents of papers, cloths and substrates
  • determine authenticity and age by analysing the chemical nature of inks, pigments and lacquers

Preserve samples

Raman analysis is non-contacting and non-destructive, so you preserve your entire sample. You can take measurements in situ so there is no need to remove fragments for analysis.

Match that pigment

Use Renishaw's spectral databases to help you to identify pigments clearly and unambiguously. You can get started on analysis immediately, without having to create your own database; just add your own specific spectra later.

  • Fresco and spectra Fresco and spectra

Analyse large samples

Large samples are no problem for Renishaw's Raman systems. If you can move your sample to an instrument, dedicated accessories, such as the flexible sampling arm, provide optimal sampling conditions. If you wish to house large items directly under the microscope, then our free-space microscopes will be of interest. You can customise our Raman systems and provide the right conditions for your analysis.

Analyse remotely

If moving your sample to a laboratory is impossible or impractical, we have a solution. Take Raman analysis capability to your sample and perform detailed in situ analysis though fibre optic probes.

  • Raman analysis of Rafael artwork Raman analysis of Rafael artwork

Downloads: analytical sciences (art and heritage)

  • Application note:  SCA oxidation application note - cultural heritage Application note: SCA oxidation application note - cultural heritage

    SEM-SCA analysis helps in the preservation of a corroding bronze statue of the Roman god Ares from the ancient city of Zeugma in Turkey.

  • 個案研究: Renishaw inVia 拉曼光譜應用於鑒定和分析秦兵馬俑 個案研究: Renishaw inVia 拉曼光譜應用於鑒定和分析秦兵馬俑 [tw]

    秦陵兵馬俑被譽為“世界第八大奇跡",於1974 年在陝西省臨潼縣西楊村發現,位於秦始皇陵園東側 1 千米處,後經考古隊發掘、探測共發現了三個俑坑,總面積有 2 萬多平方米,內有陶質兵馬俑近 8000 件、戰車百餘乘。 秦俑坑及秦始皇陵一起於 1987 年聯合國教科文組織將秦始皇帝陵(含兵馬俑坑)列入《世界遺產名錄》,被視為全人類共有的珍貴文化財富。

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Our applications specialists have a wealth of experience across a broad range of Raman application areas.

Contact our applications team to find out more about these application areas, or an application that isn't covered here.

Latest art and heritage news

Renishaw's inVia used to study the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the Qin Dynasty

Known as the ‘Eighth Wonder of the World', the Terracotta Warriors and Horses site was discovered in 1974. It consists of three figure pits covering an area over 20,000 square metres and forms part of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum, the largest imperial tomb in China.

Renishaw's inVia used in conservation activities at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

The Rijksmuseum is the iconic museum of the Netherlands and in 2013, following extensive renovation and restoration, it re-opened its doors to the public. At the museum, art and history takes on a new meaning for a broad-based, contemporary national and international audience.