Cianchetta, I., Trentelman, K., Walton, M., Maish, J., Mehta, A., Foran, B. (2016). "Reverse Engineering Ancient Greek Ceramics: Morphological and Spectral Characterization of Replicates", Journal of the American Ceramic Society. [link]

Salvant, J., Walton, M., Barten, J., Stringari, C., Casadio, F., Sutherland, K. (in preparation) “A László Moholy-Nagy painting on Trolit, an early cellulose nitrate plastic”, e-Preservation Science.

Ganio, M., Potrel, A., Jacobson, A., Dussubieux, L., Degryse, P., Walton, M. (Accepted) “Trace element and isotopic fingerprints of base glass: a case study on characterizing Roman opaque red glass”, Science and Technology of Archaeological Research.

Uffelman, E., Cossairt, O., Katsaggelos, A., Huang, X., Walton, M. (Accepted) “Computational Imaging in Cultural Heritage”, Signal Processing.

Cianchetta I., Walton M., Mehta A., Foran B., and Trentelman K. (Accepted) “Replication of Athenian Pottery”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society.

Salvant, J., Schussler, V., McKenna, C. Bruno, L., Ganio, M., Walton, M. “Compositional and Microstructural Investigation of a Glass Mosque Lamp from the Brooklyn Museum: A 13th -14th Century Mamluk example or a 19th Century European Imitation?” Heritage Science. [link]

Gambardella, A., Patterson, C., Webb, S., and Walton, M. (2016) “Sulfur K-edge XANES of Lazurite: Toward Determining the Provenance of Lapis Lazuli”, Microchemical Journal. 125, 299-307. [link]

Saviello, D., Toniolo, L., Goidanich, S., Casadio, F. (2016) “Non-invasive identification of plastic materials in museum collections with portable FTIR reflectance spectroscopy: reference database and practical applications”, Microchemical Journal. 124, 868-877. [link]

Fiedler, I., Hendriks, E., Meedendorp, T., Menu, M., Salvant, J. “Van Gogh’s Bedrooms: Materials, Intention and Evolution”, in “Van Gogh’s Bedrooms” (ed. By G. Groom), exhibition catalogue (February 14-May 8, 2016), Art Institute of Chicago, Yale University Press: New Haven, 42-76 (in press).

Moholy-Nagy “Future-Present” (2016), Scientific contributions to catalog of the exhibition.

Walton, M., and Shortland, A. (2016) ‘Red-shroud Mummies: Links and Sources”, in Zakrzewski, S., Shortland, A., and Rowland, J. (eds.), Science and the Study of Ancient Egypt. Routledge, New York.

Pozzi, F., Casadio, F., Leona, M., Lombardi, J.R., Zaleski, S., Van Duyne, R.P. “Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy: using nanoparticles to detect trace amounts of colorants in works of art” contributed chapter to the book “Nanoscience and Cultural Heritage”, with scientific editors: Philippe Dillmann, Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, Irène Nenner, published by Springer, Atlantis Press.


Kokkori, M., Sutherland, K., Hubert, M.-O., Barabant, G., Balcar, N., Casadio, F. (Accepted) “Gloss paints in late paintings”, by Francis Picabia: a multi-analytical study, Applied Physics A. [link]

Simsek, G., Colomban, Ph., Casadio, F., Bellot-Gurlet, L., Zelleke, G., Faber, K.T., Milande, V. and Tilliard, L. (2015) “On-site identification of early Böttger red stoneware made at Meissen using portable XRF / Raman instruments: 2, glaze & gilding analysis”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 1-8 DOI: 10.1111/jace.13720 [link]

Cianchetta I., Maish J., Saunders D., Walton M., Mehta A., Foran B., and Trentelman K. (2015) “Investigating the firing protocol of Athenian pottery production: A Raman study of replicate and ancient sherds”, J. Raman Spectrosc., 46: 996–1002. [link]

Cianchetta, I., Trentelman, K., Maish, J., Saunders, D., Foran, B., Walton, M., Sciau, Ph., Wang, T., Pouyet, E., Cotte, M., Meirer, F., Liu, Y., Pianetta, P., and Mehta, A. (2015). “Evidence for an unorthodox firing sequence employed by the Berlin Painter: deciphering ancient ceramic firing conditions through high-resolution material characterization and replication”, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 30(3), pp. 666-676. [link]

Ganio, M., Salvant, J., Williams, J., Lee, L., Cossairt, O., Walton, M. “Investigating the use of Egyptian Blue In Roman-Egyptian Portraits and Panels From Tebtunis, Egypt”, Applied Physics A, 121(3), 813-821. [link]

Kokkori, M., Sutherland, K., Boon, J.J., Vermeulen, M., Casadio, F. (2015) “Synergistic use of Py-TMAH-GCMS, DTMS, ESI-MS for the characterization of the organic fraction of modern enamel paints”, Heritage Science, 3:30 DOI: 10.1186/s40494-015-0058-x

Oakley, L.H., Casadio, F., Shull, K.R., Broadbelt, L.J. “Microkinetic modeling of the autoxidative curing of an alkyd and oil-based paint model system”, Applied Physics A (2015) 1–10doi:10.1007/s00339-015-9363-1. [link]

Bartolozzi, G., Casadio, F., Cucci, C., De Vita, M., Marchiafava, V., Picollo, M. “The colors of Keith Haring: a spectroscopic study on the materials of the mural painting Tuttomondo”, Applied Spectroscopy (2015) in press. [link]

Degryse, P., Lobo, L., Shortland, A., Vanhaecke, F., Blomme, A., Painter, J., Gimeno, D., Eremin, K., Greene, J. Kirk, S., Walton, M. (2015) “Isotopic investigation into the raw materials of Late Bronze Age glass making”, Journal of Archaeological Science, 62, pp. 153-160. [link]

Cossairt, O., Walton, M., Tumblin, J., Bearman, G., Konkright, D., Stratis, H. “Surface-Shape Studies of Gauguin's Monotypes”, Digital Heritage International Conference, 2015.

Huang, X., Walton, M., Bearman, G., Cossairt, O. (2015). “Near-light correction for image relighting and 3D shape recovery”, Digital Heritage International Conference. [link]

Ma, W. Doehne, E., Bearman, G., Walton, M., Cossairt O. (2015). “Crowd-sourced Mobile Phone Images for Heritage Conservation Monitoring”, Digital Heritage International Conference. [link]

Langley, A., Sutherland, K., Casadio, F., Maccagnola, S. “Facture or Fracture: Interpreting intent during the treatment and analysis of Georges Braque’s Ajax”, Postprints of Paintings Group of the American Institute of Conservation meeting, Miami, 2015.

Barten, J., Casadio, F., Salvant, J., Stringari, C., Sutherland, K., Walton, M. “A Wealth of Optical Expression: László Moholy-Nagy’s Works in the Collection of the Guggenheim Museum”, Postprints of Paintings Group of the American Institute of Conservation meeting, Miami, 2015.


Sturdy, L., Casadio, F., Kokkori, M., Muir, K., Shull, K. ‘Quartz crystal rheometry: A quantitative technique for studying curing and aging in artists’ paints’, “Polymers in Art and History – Degradation and Stabilisation”, Special Issue of Polymer Degradation and Stability, 2014 DOI: 10.1016/j.polymdegradstab.2014.02.009. [link]

Simsek, G., Casadio, F., Colomban, Ph., Bellot-Gurlet, L., Faber, K., Zelleke, G., Milande, V., Moinet, E. “On-site identification of early Böttger red stonewares made at Meissen using portable XRF: 1, body analysis”, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 97 (9) (2014) 2745-2754DOI: 10.1111/jace.13032. [link]

Pozzi, F., van den Berg, K.L., Fiedler, I. and Casadio, F., “A systematic analysis of red lake pigments in French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS)“, J. Raman Spectrosc. (2014) DOI 10.1002/jrs.4483. [link]

Kurouski, D., Zaleski, S., Casadio, F., Van Duyne, R.P., Shah, N.C. “Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (TERS) for in situ Identification of Indigo and Iron Gall Ink on Paper”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 24 (2014) 8677-8684 doi: 10.1021/ja5027612. [link]

Salvant Plisson, J., de Viguerie, L., Tahroucht, L., Menu, M., Ducouret, G. “Rheology of white paints: how Van Gogh achieved his famous impasto”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 458 (2014) 134-141 DOI 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2014.02.055. [link]

Monico, L., Janssens, K., Vanmeert, F., Cotte, M., Brunetti, B., Van der Snickt, G. Leeuwestein, M., Salvant Plisson, J., Menu, M. “ The Degradation Process of Lead Chromate in paintings by Vincent van Gogh studied by means of Spectromicroscopic methods. Part 5. Effects of non-original surface coatings into the nature and distribution of chromium and sulfur species in chrome yellow paints”, Analytical Chemistry 86 (2014), 10804-10811 DOI 10.1021/ac502841g. [link]

Walton, M., Trentelman, K., Cianchetta, I., Maish, J., Saunders, D., Foran, B., Mehta, A. (2014), “Zn in Athenian Black Gloss Ceramic Slips: A Trace Element Marker for Fabrication Technology”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society. doi: 10.1111/jace.13337. [link]

Cianchetta, I., Trentelman, K., Walton, M., Mehta, A., Maupas, E., and Foran, B. (2014). “Multiple Layers in Black Gloss as Evidence of Multiple Firings”, Microscopy and Microanalysis, 20 (Suppl. 3), pp. 2024-2025. doi: 10.1017/S1431927614011854.

Cianchetta, I., Trentelman, K., Walton, M., Mehta, A., and Foran, B. (2014). “Investigating the Firing Protocol of Athenian Pottery Production: A Raman and Hi-Resolution TEM Study”, Microscopy and Microanalysis, 20 (Suppl. 3), pp. 2038-2039. doi: 10.1017/S1431927614011921.

Walton, M. “The Pitfalls of Using Science to Authenticate Archaeological Artifacts”, The Society for Archaeological Sciences Bulletin. 11/2014; 37(4): 1-2. [link]

Tsaftaris, S.A., Casadio, F., Andral, J.-L., and Katsaggelos, A.K. “A novel visualization tool for art history and conservation: automated colorization of black and white archival photographs of works of art “, Studies in Conservation 59, 3 (2014) 125 – 135. [link]

Kokkori, M., Casadio, F., Lister, K., d’ Alessandro, S. 2014. “Materials and Meanings: analyzing Kazimir Malevich’s ‘Painterly Realism of a Football player – Color Masses in the 4th Dimension”, Advances in the Non-Invasive Analysis of Painted Surfaces: Applications to Conservation, Conference Proceedings, 20 and 21 February 2014, ICOM-CC Painting and Scientific Research Working Groups, Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press (accepted).

Kokkori, M., Casadio, F., Sutherland, K., Vermeulen, M. 2014.  “Charting the development of oil-based enamel paints through the correlation of historical paint technology manuals with scientific analysis”, Issues in Contemporary Oil Paints (ICOP), K.J. van den Berg et al. (eds.) Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014: 117-125

Pozzi, F., Chang, L.K., Casadio, F. “Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) as a viable alternative technique for dye analysis: application to the study of Navajo blankets from the Art Institute of Chicago collection“, ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19, September 2014, ed. J. Bridgland, art. 01808, 8 pp. Paris: International Council of Museums. (ISBN 978-92-9012-410-8).

Kokkori, M., Casadio, F., Boon, J.J. “A complete study of early 20th century oil-based enamel paints:  integrating industrial technical literature and analytical data”, In ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19, September 2014, ed. J. Bridgland, art. 0101, 8 pp. Paris: International Council of Museums. (ISBN 978-92-9012-410-8).

Ganio, M., Leonard, A., Salvant Plisson, J., Walton, M. “From sculptures to foundries: elemental analysis to determine the provenance of modern bronzes”, in Métal à ciel ouvert. La sculpture métallique d’extérieur du XIXe au début du XXe siècle, 15es journées d’étude de la SFIIC, ICOMOS France, 4th-5th December 2014, Paris (France), pp. 136-145.


Idone, A., Gulmini, M., Henry, A.-I., Casadio, F., Chang, L., Appolonia, L., Van Duyne, R.P., Shah, N.C. “Silver colloidal pastes for dye analysis of reference and historical textile fibers using direct, extractionless, non-hydrolysis surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy”, The Analyst (2013) 138(20): 5895 doi: 10.1039/C3AN00788J (Inside front cover). [link]

Casadio, F., Rose, V. “High Resolution Fluorescence Mapping of Impurities in Historical Zinc Oxide Pigments: Hard X-Ray Nanoprobe Applications to the Paints of Pablo Picasso”, Applied Physics A,111 (2013) 1-8. [link]

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