Any artwork conservation procedure relies on effective diagnostic techniques and controlled cleaning methods. Traditional methods for the removal of unwanted layers from an artwork comprise mechanical or chemical techniques, which often cause (unknown) damage to the object. New technologies can offer valuable tools to support conservators and restorers.

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Publisher Cham: Springer
Editor C. Fotakis , T.G. Papazoglou , C. Kalpouzos
Citation
Scholten, J.H, Teule, J.M, Zafiropulos, V, & Heeren, R.M.A. (2000). Advanced workstation for controlled laser cleaning of paintings. In C Fotakis, T.G Papazoglou, & C Kalpouzos (Eds.), Optics and Lasers in Biomedicine and Culture: Contributions to the 5th Internat. Conference on Optics Within Life Sciences OWLS V, Crete, 13-16 October 1998 (pp. 183–187). Cham: Springer.