Recent papers

Garrappa S., Hradil D, Hradilová J., Kočí E., Pech M., Bezdička P., Švarcová S.: Non-invasive identification of lead soaps in painted miniatures. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2020, DOI: 10.1007/s00216-020-02998-7

Hradil D., Hradilová J., Lanterna G., Galeotti M., Holcová K., Jaques V., Bezdička P.: Clay and alunite-rich materials in painting grounds of prominent Italian masters – Caravaggio and Mattia Preti. Applied Clay Science 185 (2020) 105412,

Švarcová S., Kočí E., Bezdička P., Garrappa S., Kobera L., Plocek J., Brus J., Šťastný M., Hradil D.: Uncovering the Lead Formate Crystallization in Oil-Based Paintings. Dalton Transactions 49 (2020), 5044 – 5054.

Hradilová J., Hradil D., Pech M., Bezdička P., Neděla V., Tihlaříková E., Targowski P.: Complementary use of X-ray based imaging and analytical methods in the investigation of miniature portraits. Microchemical Journal 153 (2020) 104371,

Kočí E., Rohlíček J., Kobera L., Plocek J. Švarcová S., Bezdička P.: Mixed lead carboxylates relevant to soap formation in oil and tempera paintings: the study of the crystal structure by complementary XRPD and ssNMR. Dalton Transactions 48 (2019), 12531-12540,

Hradil D., Hradilová J., Holcová K., Bezdička P.: The use of pottery clay for canvas priming in Italian Baroque – An example of technology transfer. Applied Clay Science 165 (2018), 135-147.

Hradilová J. Hradil D.: Technologická specifika Mistra Pavla a jeho dílny (Technological Specifics of Master Paul and his Workshop). In.: Novotná, M. (Ed.): Majster Pavol z Levoče a jeho doba, Slovak National Museum – Spiš Museum Levoča, 2018, 113-121

Hradil D., Hradilová J., Bezdička P., Serendan C.: Late Gothic / Early Renaissance gilding technology and the traditional poliment material "Armenian bole": truly red clay, or rather bauxite? Applied Clay Science 135 (2017), 271-281.

Figure from the cover of Dalton Transctions magazine.