The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) launched an Ensor Research Project. The museum possesses the world's largest and most varied collection of work by James Ensor and strives to become the leading centre of expertise in art-historical and material technical research into the oeuvre of this Belgian artist.
The material and technical research into the paintings of James Ensor is performed at the museum's conservation workshop. In a series of articles, the KMSKA tries to familiarise the public with the research methods and techniques applied. In the contribution Ensor in false colour, Adri Verburg elucidates false colour imaging, a research approach that combines various techniques. Read the contribution Ensor in false colour.
(News item 31 October 2013)