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Kouros from Tenea, Glyptothek Munich


Kouros found in Tenea near Corinth (plaster cast by Silvano Bertolin, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique)
Generic reconstruction on the basis of the general evidence of polychromy on archaic kouros statues (Kouros New York, MMA; colossal Kouros, Samos, Kouros from Didyma, Berlin etc.).
Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann 2015.

Applied methods:
UVF=Ultraviolet Fluorescence (Schott KV 418)
UVR=Ultraviolet Reflectography(Schott UG1 or Schott BG12)
VIL=Infrared Fluorescence (Schott RG830, ARRI LoCoster)
VM=Visual Light Stereo Microscopy (10-50x, Zeiss & Olympus)
DM=Digital Microscopy
RL=Raking Light (Schott KL1500 & others)
NLBW=Photography in visible light, black & white
NLORTHO=Photography in visible light, black & white on orthochromatic negative film
NLCOLOR=Photography in visible light, full color
MPH=Macro Photography (via Microscope or Macro lenses)
3DSCAN=Structured Light Scanning
UV-VIS=UV-VIS Absorption Spectroscopy

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RL (2015)

RL (1985)

NLCOLOR (2015)

RL (1987)

RL (1987)

NLCOLOR (2015)

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