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The Science of Art
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“The Science of Art” is drawn upon the works which were treated and examined by the University’s Hamilton Kerr Institute and explains how paintings are evidence of advanced synthetic chemical and sub-micron physical skills, demonstrating the technical sophistication of Old Masters.
This talk is part of the SciSoc - Cambridge University Scientific Society (CUSS) series.
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