The Foundation proposes a scientific master course for art professionals and graduates in humanities, based on an innovative scientific protocol.
This method is developed from a database of pictorial works, reviewing the bibliography of the pictorial technique used by the artist, along with unpublished scientific information and the chemical-physical study performed on authentic works of the artist.
With all this knowledge, a model was created to record and cross-reference all the information obtained, from the comparison between the authentic works and the results obtained from the assigned study.
Among the techniques used by modern restoration, there are UV fluorescence, infrared radiation examination, radiographs and chromographic separation techniques.
The course will be integrated with applied graphology studies and techniques of stylistic investigation. Aspects of the art market and investment in art will be enhanced.