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Fig. 10

From: Technical examination of the Emerson-White Book of Hours: observations on pigment preferences and media application in a Flemish manuscript

Fig. 10

Raman spectra of green and yellow pigments characteristic of Simon Marmion and the Houghton Master. a Spectrum (532 nm) of dark green of trees in St. Jerome in Penitence, miniature (f. 14v), attributed to Simon Marmion (see Table 1 and Fig. 1a, spot 9; compare Fig. 8b). b Reference spectrum (532 nm) for brochantite (RRUFF). c Reference spectrum for (532 nm) posnjakite (RRUFF). d Spectrum (532 nm) of green grass in St. Anthony, miniature (f. 99v), attributed to the Houghton Master (see Table 3 and Fig. 2a, spot 3). e Reference spectrum (532 nm) for malachite (RRUFF). f Spectrum (532 nm) of yellow in yellow–green tree in St. Anthony, border (f. 100r), attributed to the Houghton Master (see Table 4 and Fig. 2b, spot 12; compare Fig. 9a, b). g Reference spectrum (532 nm) for lead tin yellow (Forbes Pigment Collection)

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