This study is part of a research project dealing with the establishment of monitoring and damage prevention plans for contemporary artworks. For this purpose, some commercial paints, among the most currently used by young artists, were selected: Winton oil paint (Winsor & Newton, UK), Heavy Body acrylic paint (Liquitex, USA) and Flashe vinyl paint (Lefranc & Bourgeois, France). The paints were subjected to different treatments of accelerated ageing, the results indicating different behaviour in relation both to the type of binders and pigments present in the different formulations. In particular, it was observed that ageing produced by ozone plays an important role in the stability of the oil paints, above all in those containing organic azo pigments. Thermal ageing, as expected, influences the stability of all the commercial paints examined, with the formation of alteration products and visible changes in the paint films. Ageing produced by moisture clearly affects the synthetic polymer-based paints, particularly evident in the changes in mass. In all cases, the accelerated ageing treatments produced chromatic variations, more evidently for the oil paints containing organic pigment.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Titolo:||A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL OIL, ACRYLIC AND VINYL PAINTS AND THEIR BEHAVIOUR AFTER ACCELERATED AGEING CONDITIONS|
|Rivista:||CONSERVATION SCIENCE IN CULTURAL HERITAGE|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.6092/issn.1973-9494/4753|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Articolo su rivista |