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Stitching Together X-Ray Images of Paintings

Because of the size of many paintings, x-rays have to be taken in separate “plates” and then digitally stitched back together. This is useful for seeing the way an artwork is imaged for conservation preservation. Finding a less time-consuming way to digitally combine plates is a big challenge for conservators.

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http://articles.thewalters.org/downloads/xray-37_637.zip

This is a set of six x-rays taken of a panel painting of the Madonna and Child in the Walters’ collection (accession number 37.637). The online resource URL for this object is http://art.thewalters.org/detail/8525/madonna-adoring-the-child-with-the-infant-john-the-baptist/.

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