JAIC 1982, Volume 22, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 41 to 48)
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JAIC 1982, Volume 22, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 41 to 48)

DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY IN THE ANALYSIS OF PAINTINGS: A NEW AND PROMISING TECHNIQUE

A. Everette James, S. Julian Gibbs, Malcolm Sloan, Ronald R. Price, & Jon J. Erickson




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