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This may not be news to our conservation experts, but this researcher found me via Utrecht's social media presence when I posted about herringbone canvas. I think this is fascinating! https://handwovencanvas.blogspot.pt/
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Thank you very much for sharing Lab O in this interesting Forum.
A brief introduction :
When we look at a painting in a museum our focus is on the imagery, few see or consider what lies beneath, the canvas. Lab O, a laboratory created by Helena Loermans for the study and recreation of handwoven painters canvas, is located in Odemira, Portugal. Research and reconstructions to date have centred on canvases used by El Greco, Diego Velázquez and Titian.