Del Mediterráneo al Atlántico: algunas consideraciones sobre las preparaciones de la pintura sobre tabla en la península ibérica

Ana Calvo, Sonia Santos, Margarita San Andrés, Maria João Sousa, António João Cruz, "Del Mediterráneo al Atlántico: algunas consideraciones sobre las preparaciones de la pintura sobre tabla en la península ibérica", in Vítor Serrão, Vanessa Antunes, Ana Isabel Seruya (ed.), As Preparações na Pintura Portuguesa. Séculos XV e XVI, Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, 2013, ISBN 978-989-96236-2-0, pp. 95-106

 

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Abstract This contribution refers to the grounds of panel painting, on a journey from the Spanish Levant to the Portuguese Atlantic coasts, through some significant study cases. Te research carried out shows that, except in some exceptional cases, the grounds in the Spanish context are constituted by calcium sulfate with diferent degrees of hydration. In the works studied, correspondent to the Valencia area and the center of the Peninsula (Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla yLeón) it is confirmed the importance of "yeso mate" as a material used for the process of burnished water gilding, and the special link of Spain with the Italian materials and procedures. However, in Portugal, in addition to gypsum-based preparations, there are some in which the grounds are prepared with calcium carbonate, which clearly indicates strong influences from Italy and Flanders respectively.
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