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This article describes a nonrecording spectrophotometer designed for use as a tool in the restoration and conservation of paintings. A small patch of monochromatic light of any desired wavelength is projected onto the precise area of the painting to be measured and the light reflected from the...
A simple, yet reliable, method is described for deducing the appropriate term to describe a hue difference between two specimens whose CIELAB hue angles are known. It is based on the rotation of the chroma axis through the position of the specimen regarded as standard and the association of the...
The importance of the slit function is discussed in connection with the calculation of tristimulus values by the weighted‐ordinate method. The influence of slit‐function shape on wavelength calibration is shown. The influence of slit‐function range on photometric accuracy is discussed. It is...
In the early part of the 18th century, J. C. Le Blon set forth the primary nature of red, yellow, and blue, and created full‐color prints that anticipated modern methods of “process” color reproduction by nearly two centuries.
A Color Image Scale was devised by the use of an original color‐projection technique, analysis of variance, cluster analysis, factor analysis, and the semantic differential method. On this scale every color has three attributes: warm or cool, soft or hard, and clear or grayish, which correlate...
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