La Pintura del techo del Teatro Vicó de Jumilla (Murcia). Estudio histórico y material
The painting of the ceiling of the Theater Vico Jumilla (Murcia). Historical and material study

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Santos Gómez, Sonia and San Andrés Moya, Margarita and Chércoles Asensio, Ruth (2019) La Pintura del techo del Teatro Vicó de Jumilla (Murcia). Estudio histórico y material. Ge-Conservación, 16 . pp. 106-118. ISSN 1989-8568

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Abstract

Las representaciones teatrales constituyeron uno de los ejes de la vida social de la España decimonónica, por lo que durante el siglo XIX se construyeron numerosos inmuebles que necesitaron, asimismo, de mobiliario, enseres y pinturas que configuraran un ambiente suntuoso. Muchas de estas pinturas fueron realizadas al temple de cola sobre lienzo. Un ejemplo de lo citado es la pintura del techo del teatro Vico de la ciudad de Jumilla en Murcia (España) (ca. 1883). Su estudio microanalítico ha revelado los materiales y la metodología de trabajo aplicados en su ejecución, característicos de la pintura decorativa del siglo XIX. Se ha constatado el uso de ciertos pigmentos producidos por la industria moderna europea, acompañados de otros más tradicionales, que entran dentro de la categoría de los pigmentos históricos. Asimismo, resulta destacable la identificación de carbonato cálcico, en forma de creta, en las preparaciones y en la capa pictórica.

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The theatrical representations were one of the axes of social life of 19th century in Spain, so during that century were built many buildings that also needed furniture, furnishings and paintings that set a sumptuous atmosphere. Many of these paintings were made in queue on canvas tempera. An example of this is the ceiling painting of the Vico theater in the city of Jumilla in Murcia (Spain) (ca. 1883). Its microanalytical study has revealed the materials and work methodology applied in his execution, which are characteristic of 19th century decorative painting. The use of certain pigments produced by modern European industry, accompanied by more traditional ones, which fall within the category of historical pigments, has been confirmed. Likewise, the identification of calcium carbonate, in the form of chalk, in the preparations and in the pictorial layer is noteworthy.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Pintura decorativa, pintura al temple, pigmentos artísticos, carbonato cálcico, creta, microscopía óptica,, SEM-EDX
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Decorative painting, tempera painting, artistic pigments, calcium carbonate, chalk, optical microscopy, SEM-EDX
Subjects:Humanities > Art history > Renaissance art
Humanities > Fine Arts > Conservation and restoration
Humanities > Fine Arts > Painting
Humanities > Fine Arts > Artistic creation
ID Code:67076
Deposited On:02 Aug 2021 08:29
Last Modified:19 Aug 2021 08:22

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