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N.º 31
2019
pp. 31-39

 

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Pintados a vermelho-turco: identificação de cromato de chumbo, azul da Prússia e pau de campeche em chitas vermelho-turcas

Julie H. Wertz1 , Anita Quye1,, David France2 

1 Centre for Textile Conservation, University of Glasgow, 56 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow G11 6AQ, UK

2 School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow, Joseph Black Building, University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK

* anita.quye@glasgow.ac.uk

Resumo

Nesta investigação, algodões pintados a vermelho-turco datados do século XIX são analisados através de técnicas da conservação, com vista à identificação dos materiais usados na sua manufactura. A produção de vermelho-turco foi uma indústria de significativa importância na Escócia e os têxteis encontrados hoje em dia em arquivos e colecções representam uma componente inestimável do património escocês e da história material do país. Os algodões pintados a vermelho-turco eram produzidos através de um exclusivo processo de tingimento seguido de estampagem e a sua análise através de SEM-EDX, FTIR, UHPLC e microscopia confirma que estes foram produzidos de acordo com a literatura. Neste estudo demonstramos que o cromato de chumbo, o azul da Prússia e o pau de campeche eram usados para criar estampas distintas. Estes resultados contribuem para desenvolver directrizes ao nível material para o depósito e exibição da colecção e para a sua óptima conservação e acessibilidade.

Palavras-chave

Chitas vermelho-turcas
Pigmentos
SEM-EDX
FTIR
UHPLC

Idioma

Inglês

Título original

Turkey red prints: identification of lead chromate, Prussian blue and logwood on Turkey red calico

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10.14568/cp2018019

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Wertz, J. H.; Quye, A.; France, D., 'Turkey red prints: identification of lead chromate, Prussian blue and logwood on Turkey red calico', Conservar Património 31 (2019) 31-39, https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2018019.

APA:
Wertz, J. H., Quye, A., & France, D. (2019). Turkey red prints: identification of lead chromate, Prussian blue and logwood on Turkey red calico. Conservar Património, 31 31-39. DOI:10.14568/cp2018019.

Chicago:
Wertz, Julie H., Anita Quye, and David France. 2019. "Turkey red prints: identification of lead chromate, Prussian blue and logwood on Turkey red calico." Conservar Património 31:31-39. doi:10.14568/cp2018019.

NP405:
WERTZ, Julie H. [et al.] – Turkey red prints: identification of lead chromate, Prussian blue and logwood on Turkey red calico. Conservar Património. [Em linha]. 31 (2019) 31-39 [Consult. ]. Disponível em WWW: <URL:https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2018019>. ISSN 21829942.

ABNT:
WERTZ, Julie H.; QUYE, Anita; FRANCE, David. Turkey red prints: identification of lead chromate, Prussian blue and logwood on Turkey red calico. Conservar Património, Lisboa, v. 31, p. 31-39, 2019. Disponível em: <https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2018019>. Acesso em: .

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Recebido: 2018-6-12
Revisto: 2018-10-28
Aceite: 2018-10-31
Online: 2019-2-3
Publicação: 2019-4-30

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