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Пестрые одежды античных скульптур

Фотография Alisa Alisa 31.08 2010

Какого цвета статуи античных богов и героев? Конечно, белые, как мрамор, из которого они и сделаны.
 

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Выставка "Пестрые боги" (Bunte Götter), кочующая по европейским музеям с 2003 года, полностью переворачивает эти представления об античности. Боги были не белыми, а самыми что ни на есть пестрыми! С помощью современных методов анализа в рамках этого проекта удалось реконструировать остатки краски на скульптурах, и теперь на выставке белым оригиналам противопоставлены их цветные копии.

На многих скульптурах реконструированы рисунки тканей, которые поражают своими яркими красками и сложностью орнамента. Совершенно по-новому выглядят изображения древнегреческих одежд. Для меня в свое время было большим открытием узнать, как 2500 лет тому назад греки представляли себе красивые одежды, достойные богов и героев.
 

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Знаменитый лучник с западного фронтона храма Афайи на о. Эгина (ок. 500 г. до н. э) изображает троянского принца Париса в плотно облегающем его тело одеянии. В результате новейших исследований учёные обнаружили великолепные узоры на его штанах, куртке и рукавах. На ультрафиолетовом рефлектографе и в ультрафиолетовых лучах были обнаружены зигзагообразные орнаменты на ногах и изображения зверей на куртке Париса.

Оригинал статуи из мюнхенской Глиптотеки:
 

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Исследования в специальном свете показали различную степень выветривания поверхности скульптур, что в свою очередь косвенно говорит о присутствии на ней различных цветовых пигментов. Но и сами пигменты, использовавшиеся для украшения скульптур, сохранились на поверхности скульптур в минимальных количествах: киноварь, красная охра, медная лазурь, медная зелень, жёлтая охра и листовое золото присутствуют на фрагментах статуй, найденных при раскопках храма Афайи в 60-х гг. ХХ в.

На выставке "Bunte Götter" пигментам отведена отдельная витрина:
 

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На шлеме одного из воинов узор, образовавшийся в результате выветривания различных цветов, можно увидеть невооружённым глазом. Этот факт всегда приводился в качестве доказательства полихромного исполнения фигур на порталах храма. Однако эти цветовые следы не получили до настоящего времени правильного истолкования.

Другие примеры, включающие реконструкцию изображений костюмов:

Кора Пеплофора (носящая пеплум), Музей Акрополя Афины 530-520 гг. до н.э.
Реконструкция статуи в образе богини Афины.

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Не всегда краски были настолько кричащими, со временем мода на раскраску менялась. Например, фигуры с фронтона храма Афайи были созданы ок. 500 г. до н. э. Цвета, использованные в их оформлении, были прочными и чистыми.

Скульптуры классического периода (480-320 гг. до н. э.) выполнялись также полихромно, но не были столь многоцветными и яркими. Краски зачастую смягчались белым и отвечали мягкому элегантному вкусу.

В эпоху эллинизма (начиная с 320 г. до н. э.) возникла иная цветовая гамма. Плавно переходящие из одного в другой коричневые, тёмно-красные и фиолетовые тона составляли основу цветовой палитры, нарушавшейся кричащими розовыми и ярко-голубыми красками.

Кстати, пример раскрашенной скульптуры эпохи эллинизма ("Саркофаг Александра") мне довелось видеть в археологическом музее Стамбула. Правда, усердными реставраторами там были использованы очень яркие краски. По-моему, ярче чем нужно... Но я должна честно признаться, что мои глаза сопротивляются этой пестрой раскраске, поэтому все мои замечания субъективны.

Саркофаг из Сидона (так называемый "Саркофаг Александра"), ок. 325-310 до н. э.

Вот так выглядят следы раскраски на оригинале:
 

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Восстановленная роспись:
 

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В античности яркая раскраска считалась знаком особой ценности. Однако это буйство красок противоречит современному пониманию эстетики, ориентированному на ясность. Сегодня цветные скульптуры кажутся нам, скорее, чем-то странным.

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Фотография andy4675 andy4675 16.06 2012

"Фон" также раскрашивался. Колонны храмов - тоже. Яркий пример - Парфенон (колонны, фон фронтона - красным и фриза - синим). Следы цветов местами сохранились...
Сообщение отредактировал andy4675: 16.06.2012 - 04:26 AM
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Фотография ddd ddd 27.07 2017

добавлю цветных реконструкций античных скульптур:

 

 

RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
(administrated by Stiftung Archäologie 2005-2015, by Liebieghaus Frankfurt as from 2016).

    Liebieghaus Frankfurt a.o.   Kouros from Tenea (plaster cast by Silvano Bertolin, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique)
Generic reconstruction on the basis of the general evidence of polychromy on archaic kouros statues (Kouros New York, MMA; colossal Kouros, Samos, Kouros from Didyma, Berlin etc.). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann 2015   Teneat_sm.jpg   Kore from the Acropolis in Athens (so-called Chios Kore) (crystalline acrylic glass, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique) (cooperation with the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung Frankfurt and the Museum für Abgüsse Klassischer Bildwerke München). Polychromy (A2): Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann 2012.   chioskore.jpg   Marble statue of Artemis from Pompeii (plaster cast in cooperation with the Universität Göttingen). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, three-dimensional additions: Bertram Schüler (executed within the framework of the O. Primavesi 2007 Leibniz Prize project; in the possession of the German Research Foundation).   Artemis_.jpg   Funerary status of Phrasikleia (crystalline acrylic glass, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, three-dimensional additions: Christian Tobin (executed within the framework of the O. Primavesi 2007 Leibniz Prize project; in the possession of the German Research Foundation).   Phrasikleia_.jpg   Helmeted head of a warrior from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, Variant C, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Sylvia Kellner, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   kopf3_sm.jpg   So-called cuirassed torso from the Acropolis in Athens, Variant C, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Executed by: Sylvia Kellner, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   torso3_sm.jpg   Grave stele of Paramythion, today in the Munich Glyptothek, colour reconstruction, Variant B (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, cast: Alfons Neubauer, Olaf Herzog, Silvano Bertolin (cooperation with the O. Primavesi 2007 Leibniz Prize project).   Paramythion_.jpg   So-called Persian Rider from the Acropolis in Athens, colour reconstruction with three-dimensional additions to the body of the horse (crystalline acrylic glass, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, three-dimensional additions: Christian Tobin (executed within the framework of the O. Primavesi 2007 Leibniz Prize project; in the possession of the German Research Foundation).   Perser_01sm_.jpg   So-called Peplos Kore from the Acropolis in Athens, Variant C, colour reconstruction with three-dimensional additions to the breast (Keramit, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, three-dimensional additions: Alfons Neubauer (cooperation with the O. Primavesi 2007 Leibniz Prize project).   Peplos3_.jpg   So-called Peplos Kore from the Acropolis in Athens, Variant B, colour reconstruction with addition of the left forearm, bow and foliage wreath (plaster, wood, gilding, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, three-dimensional additions: Alfons Neubauer, Christoph Bergmann (Sylvia Kellner).   Peploskore.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 1, Variant A, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (cooperation: Universität Göttingen; sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphnTraesEast1_2.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 2, Variant A, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (cooperation: Universität Göttingen; sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphnTraesEast2_2.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 3, Variant A, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (cooperation: Universität Göttingen; sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphTreasEast3_2.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 4, Variant A, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (cooperation: Universität Göttingen; sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphTreasEast4_2.gif  

So-called cuirassed torso from the Acropolis in Athens, Variant B, colour reconstruction (plaster, gilding, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Executed by: Sylvia Kellner, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.

  Torso.gif   So-called wool-basket stele (funerary relief), today in the Antikenmuseum Basel, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Wollkorbstele.gif   Grave stele of Aristion, today in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, colour reconstruction, Variant B (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Jorun Ruppe.l   Aristion.gif  

Reconstruction of a section of the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina in the original size (wood, Styrodur, metal, plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Sylvia Kellner, model construction: Erwin Kloker.

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Trojan archer (so-called Paris) from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, colour reconstruction, Variant B with additions of arms, head and parts of the legs (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Executed by: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Ina Kleiss (realized jointly with the Universität Heidelberg).

  ParisAphaia_2.gif   So-called eagle shield from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Adlerschild.gif   So-called boar shield from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Sylvia Kellner.   Eberschild.gif   Greek archer from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, colour reconstruction with additions of arms, head and parts of the legs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Teukros.gif   Athena from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, Variant B, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Sylvia Kellner.   Athena_Aphaia_B.gif   Helmeted head of a warrior from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, Variant B, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Sylvia Kellner, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann   OstKriegerkopf2.gif   Theseus abducting Antiope, pediment figure from the Temple of Apollo Daphnephoros in Eretria, colour reconstruction, Variant A (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   TheseusAntiope_Eretria_A.gif   Alexander the Great on horseback. Section of the Persian battle frieze of the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus (Istanbul Archaeology Museum), colour reconstruction, Variant A on the basis of an electronic measurement and a form created with the aid of the prototyping method (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Alexander_1.jpg   Alexander the Great on horseback. Section of the Persian battle frieze of the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus (Istanbul Archaeology Museum), colour reconstruction, Variant C on the basis of an electronic measurement and a form created with the aid of the prototyping method (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Jorun Ruppel.   AlexSarkoph_C.gif   Macedonians and Persians in battle. Short side of the Persian battle frieze on the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus (Istanbul Archaeology Museum), colour reconstruction on the basis of an electronic measurement and a form created with the aid of the prototyping method (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy (A1): Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   AlexSarcoph_Shortside_PersianWar_A1.gif   Portrait of the Roman Emperor Caligula, today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction, Variant B (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Sylvia Kellner.   Caligula.gif   Figure of a lion from Lutraki (near Corinth), today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction, Variant B with additions in the upper area of the mane (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann. Destroyed in 2010.   Loutraki.gif   Figure of a lion from Lutraki (near Corinth), today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction, Variant C with additions of the upper section of the mane (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique) in cooperation with the Universität Göttingen, polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Claudia Amthor, Elisa Jubert.   lion_loutraki_NCG_3.jpg   Cycladic idol from the Spedos group (Museum of Cycladic Arts, Athens), colour reconstruction A1 (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkman.   Spedos.gif   Early Peplos Kore (Acropolis Museum, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper, Variant A. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro593.gif   Early Peplos Kore (Acropolis Museum, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper, Variant B. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro593_2.gif   Seated figure from the Sacred Way to Didyma (British Museum, London), watercolour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Branchide_BM273_2d.gif   Figure on horseback from Kerameikos in Athens (Kerameikos Museum, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Horseman_Kerameikos.gif   Marble figure of Athena with shield and aegis (Acropolis Museum, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Athena_Akro142.gif   So-called Lyon Kore (Acropolis Museum, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Lyon.gif   Fragment of a horseman (Acropolis Museum, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Horseman_Akro568.gif   Kore (Acropolis Museum, inv. no. 615, Athens), watercolour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro615.gif   Antefix from the Telesterion in Eleusis, colour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Antefix_TelesterionEleusis.gif   Sima from the Telesterion in Eleusis, colour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Sima_TelesterionEleusis.gif   Theseus abducting Antiope, pediment figure from the Temple of Apollo Daphnephoros in Eretria, colour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Theseus_Antiope_ApollDaphnephoros_Eretri   Amazon, pediment figure from the Temple of Apollo Daphnephoros in Eretria, colour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Amazone_ApollDaphnephorosEretria.gif   Athena with aegis, pediment figure from the Temple of Apollo Daphnephoros in Eretria, colour reconstruction on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, executed by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Athena_ApollDaphnephoros_Eretria.gif   Athena with aegis, pediment figure from the Temple of Apollo Daphnephoros in Eretria, drawing of the image seen on the surface when lit from an oblique angle, ink on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Vinzenz Brinkmann, 1982.   Athena_ApollDaphnephoros_Eretria_drawing   Kore (Acropolis Museum, inv. no. 682, Athens), drawing of the image seen on the surface when lit from an oblique angle, pencil on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro682.gif   Kore (Acropolis Museum, inv. no. 683, Athens), drawing of the UVR image, pencil on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro683.gif   Kore (Acropolis Museum, inv. no. 684, Athens), drawing of the image seen on the surface when lit from an oblique angle, pencil on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro684.gif   So-called Kore of Euthydikos (Acropolis Museum, inv. no. 686, Athens), drawing of the UVR image, pencil on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Kore_Akro686.gif   Relief fragment (Acropolis Museum, inv. no. 1350, Athens), drawing of the UVR image and the image seen on the surface when lit from an oblique angle washed pencil on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1992.   Relief_Akro1350.gif   Trojan archer (so-called Paris) from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, drawing of the image visible when the object is lit from an oblique angle, pencil on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1985.   ParisAphaia_JacketGriffin_RL_drawing.gif   Seated figure (Kerameikos Museum, inv. no. P 1052, Athens), drawing of the UVR image and the image seen on the surface when lit from an oblique angle ink on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Vinzenz Brinkmann, 1982.   Seated_KerameikosP1052.gif   Harpy Monument from Xanthos (British Museum, London), drawing of the image seen on the surface when lit from an oblique angle, ink on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Vinzenz Brinkmann, 1985.   HarpyMonument_BM287_throne_2D.gif   Garment fragment from the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (British Museum, London), drawing of the UV image, ink on paper. Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann, drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1985.   Paryphe_Artemision_BM118_drawing.gif   Exhibition film "Bunte Götter." Approximately 12 min (HDTV), camera and editing: Vinzenz Brinkmann, music: Anna Parlapanou (sponsor: Siemens Arts Program).   bgfilm.gif   Exhibition film "The Alexander Sarcophagus Project". Approximately 9 min (HDTV), camera and editing: Vinzenz Brinkmann.   alexander_film%20Kopie.gif   Exhibition film "The Siphnian Treasury". Approximately 6 min (HDTV), camera and editing: Vinzenz Brinkmann   AF_Siphnos.jpg   The Stiftung Archäologie manages the copyrights for several thousands technical photographs and film documentaries (HDTV) related to various research projects on polychromy in ancient art.   schuppen.gif   Mineral stone (malachite, azurite, goethite, hematite) and Egyptian Blue (on loan from Georg Kremer, Aichstetten).   minerals.gif
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Фотография ddd ddd 27.07 2017

 
     

 

RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Frankfurt am Main.     Liebieghaus
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  The hellenistc Muse from the Frankfurt collection (Liebieghaus).
In a cooperation project of the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Clarissa Blume, the polychromy of a muse from the Frankfurt collection was reconstructed on the basis of a PMMA-3D printout in the size of the original. Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann 2014-2016.   MuseLH.jpg   Bronze warrior, Reggio di Calabria (Riace A), recast bronze, copper, coloured stones, tin foil, Japan lacquer, liver of sulphur. Executed by: Edilberto Formigli, Paola Donati, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Vinzenz Brinkmann 2013 (Strassacker company, Süssen).   RiaceADetail.gif  

Classical Ionic Capital from the Agora of Athens,
a cooperation project with the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung for the investigation of two Ionic marble capitals from the Athenian agora starting in 2013 was leading to the fullscale reconstruction of capital 2972 in 2015/2016. Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann 2012.

  CapitalAgora.png   Kore from the Acropolis in Athens (so-called Chios Kore), crystalline acrylic glass, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique (cooperation with the Museum für Abgüsse Klassischer Bildwerke, Munich). Polychromy (A1): Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann 2012.   chioskore.jpg   Within the framework of a cooperation project carried out by the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, the Aristoteles University, Thessaloniki (Chr. Saatsoglou-Paliadeli) and the Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, a partial, computer-aided reconstruction of the hunting frieze on the tomb of Philip II at Vergina was carried out.   vergina_sm.gif   Coloured relief from the Sun Temple of Niussere, Ägyptisches Museum, Berlin (inv. no. 20038), colour reconstruction: 2010 (crystalline acrylic glass, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, analysis: Heinrich Piening.   Niusserre.gif   Line_200.gif      

RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Italian Republic and Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Frankfurt am Main.

 

    Italian Republic & Liebieghaus   BRONZE WARRIOR RIACE A (Erechtheus) 2105
In a cooperation project of the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung and the Italian Ministry of Culture the colour recasting of the Statue of the Riace warrior A was carried out. The Stiftung Archäologie closely accompanied the project. Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristina Balzer a.o. Financed by the Prada Foundation.   RiaceA.jpg   BRONZE WARRIOR RIACE B (Eumolpos) 2106
In a cooperation project of the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung and the Italian Ministry of Culture the colour recasting of the Statue of the Riace warrior B was carried out. The Stiftung Archäologie closely accompanied the project. Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristina Balzer a.o.   RiaceB.jpg   Line_200.gif       RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Institut für Klassische Archäologie of the Universität Göttingen     University
Göttingen
  East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 1, Variant B, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphnTraesEast1_2.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 2, Variant B, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphnTraesEast2_2.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 3, Variant B, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphTreasEast3_2.gif   East frieze of the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi, Slab 4, Variant B, partial colour reconstruction with partial additions in four separate slabs (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Three-dimensional additions and polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Kristine Siebert (sponsor: Wacker Chemie).   SiphTreasEast4_2.gif   Funerary relief of an athlete, Glyptothek, Munich, colour reconstruction (Acrystal, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Investigation: Vinzenz Brinkmann, Doris Lauenstein, executed by: Jorun Ruppe, UlrikeKoch-Brinkmann.   ReliefAthlete_GlypMuc.gif   Portrait of the Roman Emperor Caligula, today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction, Variant C (Acrystal, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Andreas Hickel, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Caligula_NCG_3.gif   Line_200.gif    

 

RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen     NCG
Copenhagen
 

Portrait of the Roman Emperor Caligula, today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction, Variant A (Carrara marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Sylvia Kellner.

  Caligula_NCG_1.gif   Marble lekythos, today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Investigation: Richard Posamentir, polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   MarbleLekythos_NCG.gif   Sphinx from Thassos, today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   SphinxThasos_NCG.gif   Figure of a lion from Lutraki (near Corinth), today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction with additions of the upper section of the mane, Variant A (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Lion_Lutraki_A.gif   Line_200.gif       RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek, Munich
    Glyptothek
Munich
  Trojan archer (so-called Paris) from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, colour reconstruction, Variant A with additions of arms, head and parts of the legs (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Executed by: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Olaf Herzog, Christoph Bergmann.   ParisAphaia_1.gif   Athena from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, Variant A, colour reconstruction (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Olaf Herzog, Alfons Neubauer.   AthenaAphaia_1.gif   Helmeted head of a warrior from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, Variant A, colour reconstruction (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Gabriela Tobin, Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   HelmetedHeadAphaia_1.gif   So-called cuirassed torso from the Acropolis in Athens, Variant A, colour reconstruction (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Executed by: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Panzertorso_A.gif   Grave stele of Aristion, today in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, colour reconstruction, Variant A (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Aristion_A.gif   So-called Peplos Kore from the Acropolis in Athens, Variant A, colour reconstruction with three-dimensional additions to the Brust (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, three-dimensional additions: Alfons Neubauer.   ExPeploskore_A.gif  

Antefix from the roof of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina; Glyptothek, Munich, colour reconstruction ((artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.

  Aphaia_Antefix.gif   Grave stele of Paramythion, today in the Munich Glyptothek, colour reconstruction, Variant A (Thassos marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, sculpted marble copy: Olaf Herzog.   Paramythion_A.gif   Line_200.gif       RECONSTRUCTIONS by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Istanbul Archaeology Museum
    National Museum
Istanbul
  Alexander the Great on horseback. Section of the Persian battle frieze of the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus (Istanbul Archaeology Museum), colour reconstruction, Variant A on the basis of an electronic measurement and a form created with the aid of the prototyping method (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Alexander_1.jpg   Macedonians and Persians in battle. Short side of the Persian battle frieze on the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus (Istanbul Archaeology Museum), colour reconstruction on the basis of an electronic measurement and a form created with the aid of the prototyping method (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy (A2): Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Alex.jpg   Line_200.gif       RECONSTRUCTION by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Antikenmuseum, Basel
   

Antikenmuseum
Basel

  Theseus abducting Antiope, pediment figure from the Temple of Apollo Daphnephoros in Eretria, colour reconstruction, Variant B (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Sylvia Kellner.   Theseus_Antiope_B_.gif   Line_200.gif       RECONSTRUCTION by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens.
    MCA
Athens
  Cycladic idol from the Spedos group (Museum of Cycladic Arts, Athens), colour reconstruction A2 (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Spedos.gif   Line_200.gif       RECONSTRUCTION by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann and Vinzenz Brinkmann
Göteborgs Universitet
    University
Gothenburg
  Portrait of the Roman Emperor Caligula, today in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, colour reconstruction, Variant D (plaster, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Polychromy: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann.   Caligula_NCG_1.gif   Line_200.gif      

PROJECTS of Liebieghaus Polychromy Research Project a.o.

 

    Projects   THE TOMB OF PHILIP II IN VERGINA
In a cooperation project of the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, the Aristoteles University, Thessaloniki (Chr. Saatsoglou-Paliadeli) and the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, a partial, computer-aided reconstruction of the hunting frieze of the tomb of Philip II in Vergina was carried out. The Stiftung Archäologie closely accompanied the project.   vergina_sm.gif   THE WOMAN OF HERCULANEUM
On the island of Delos, a replica of the so-called Small Herculaneum Woman featuring extensive remains of polychromy was found. Over the past twenty years, several investigations have been carried out. The results are now being transferred onto a cast.
  Herkulaneum.gif   THE PARTHENON
In cooperation with the Skulpturhalle des Antikenmuseum Basel, a section of the Parthenon frieze is to be reconstructed in colour. Various proposals for such a reconstruction were developed as early as the nineteenth century.   parthenon.gif  

POLYCHROMY ON ETRUSCAN AND CENTRAL ITALIC SCULPTURE
Within the framework of a dissertation carried out with the support of the Stiftung Archäologie (Julia Großekathöfer) supervised by the Institut für Archäologie der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, the extensive remains of polychromy on Etruscan and Central Italic sculptures in major Italian collections are being investigated and documented.

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Фотография ddd ddd 27.07 2017

на картинках действующие ссылки на исследования, с более крупными изображениями

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