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Vallet, Jean-Marc; Luca, Livio De; Feillou, Marie (2012)
Publisher: Ministère de la culture
Languages: French
Types: Article
Subjects: base de données interactive, gestion des restaurations, conservation, peinture murale, prévision, données tridimensionnelles, [ INFO.INFO-IA ] Computer Science [cs]/Computer Aided Engineering, chronologie, architecture
La conservation des peintures murales nécessite de comprendre la nature des désordres les affectant, d’évaluer la qualité dans le temps des restaurations et des mesures conservatoires. Pour ce faire et du fait d’une documentation importante, hétérogène, du caractère multicouches et multimatériaux des peintures murales, de leur environnement, un nouvel outil est développé. Cette base de données interactive et prévisionnelle, intégrant données spatiales et temporelles est expérimentée sur les fresques de Matteo Giovannetti à Villeneuve-lès-Avignon (30). Conservation of wall paintings needs to understand the origin of the damages. It must take into account their complexity (lost of materials, successive layers), the duration of restoration treatments and the effect of the surroundings as well. One new way is to develop an interactive database containing spatial aspects and dated and compiled heterogeneous documents. An experimental database on Matteo Giovannetti’s frescoes in Villeneuve-lès-Avignon (Gard) is in progress.
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