Séminaire : Restitutions 3D : Méthodes, questions de recherches, enjeux publics (15 mai)

Restitutions 3D : Méthodes, questions de recherches, enjeux publics

Séminaire
MAP MAACC ENSA Paris La Villette, salle de séminaire
23 rue des Ardennes, 75019
15 mai 2024
Journée organisée par
Olivier Bonfait, François Guéna, Frédérique Bertrand, Matthieu Lett

Accueil par François Guéna

Atelier 1 Plafond-3D et le digital : présentation des travaux de Plafond-3D en cours
– 9h-9h15 Matteo Burioni : Plafonds peint et reconstitution 3D. Enjeux de la recherche
– 9h15 Mona Hess : State of the research : Ansbach Residenz, Rheinsberg Castle, Palais im Grossen Garten in Dresden
– 10h Olivier Bonfait, François Guéna : La restitution de la grande galerie de Choisy
10h15-10h45 : discussion
Pause café
– 11h Olivier Bonfait, Matthieu Lett, François Guéna, Frédérique Bertrand :
Restitution de l’escalier des Ambassadeurs de Versailles : état des travaux
12h-12h30 : discussion

Déjeuner

13h30 Atelier 2. Restitutions, édifices et espaces : méthodes et buts
Modération : Olivier Bonfait et Frédérique Bertrand
– Hubert Naudeix : Les châteaux reconstitués par Aristeas : Richelieu, Versailles, Marly, Choisy
– Delphine Desbourdes : Du dessin d’architecture à la modélisation 3D : le projet VERSPERA (numérisation et modélisation des plans de Versailles sous l’Ancien Régime)
– Alain Dupuy : Restitution et muséographie : études de cas
– Grégory Chaumet : Présentation du programme Plemo 3D
15h30 : discussion

16h15 pause café

16h309 Atelier 3. Restitutions 3D : recherches en cours
Modération : François Guéna et Matthieu Lett
– Nelson Montas : ARCHER & AI: A Voyage Through an Architectural Heritage Paradigm Shift
– Sophie Raux : Le projet ANR Fablight : L’éclairage au temps des Lumières et les moyens de sa simulation
17h30 : discussion

18h : discussion de conclusion

Inscription par avance auprès de François Guéna ( francois.guena@paris-lavillette.archi.fr ) avec dans intitulé du mail « plafond3D-15 mai » avant le 13 mai au soir.

 

 

Journée d’études : Restaurations et interprétations des plafonds peints (XVIe-XIXe siècles), Paris, 13 mai

Restaurations et interprétations des plafonds peints (XVIe-XIXe siècles)

Journée d’études organisée dans le cadre du programme Plafond-3D en colompération avec le centre de recherche Dominique-Vivant Denon du musée du Louvre .
Elle entend proposer un retour d’expériences, entre conservation et restauration, sur ces grands ensembles décoratifs.

Date : 13 mai 2024
Lieu : Centre Dominique-Vivant Denon, musée du Louvre, Paris

9h30 : Accueil des participants
9h45 : Introduction par Olivier Bonfait (Université de Bourgogne) et Matteo Burioni (LMU Munich)
10h : Restaurer les décors versaillais, retour d’expérience par Nicolas Milovanovic (Louvre) et Xavier Beugnot (Cergy)
10h30 : Discussion
11h : Deux plafonds peints par Charles Le Brun et son équipe : restauration passée et à venir au château de Versailles par Béatrice Sarrazin (Versailles) et Cinzia Pasquali (Arcanes)
11h30 : Discussion

14 h : Visite du chantier des appartements Napoléon III par Anne Dion-Tenenbaum (Louvre) et Grazia Nicosia (Louvre) (réservée aux intervenants)
15h30 : La restauration du décor sculpté de l’appartement d’Anne d’Autriche par Stéphanie de Ricou et Armelle Le Gendre (Atelier de Ricou)
16h : L’Hôtel Richer de Belleval (Montpellier), découverte de plafonds peints et restaurations par Cyril de Ricou et Armelle Le Gendre (Atelier de Ricou)

Gratuit sur réservation par mail à programmation-centre-vivant-denon@louvre.fr 

New Publication : Cieili dipinti. Soffitti lignei nell’Europa meridionale fra Medioevo e Rinascimento

New publication : M. d’Arcano Grattoni, Fr. Fratta de Tomas (dir.), Cieli dipinti. Soffitti lignei nell’Europa meridionale fra Medioevo e Rinascimento

Proceedings of the conference with the same title, Udine et Cividale del Friuli, 8-10 novembre 2019

 

Milan, Silvana editoriale, 2023
336 p., 260 ill.,
ISBN 9788836654475

Table of contents

Website of the publisher

l gusto per i soffitti lignei dipinti costituisce un fenomeno che interessò soprattutto l’Europa meridionale dal Medioevo centrale al Rinascimento, rappresentando – pur se declinato secondo modalità strutturali ed esornative differenti – un elemento caratteristico e unificante. Anche se tali manufatti sono depositari di molteplici informazioni sulla cultura del tempo e costituiscono spesso l’unica cifra capace di tramandarci il decoro degli interni, solo recentemente sono divenuti oggetto di un sempre crescente interesse. Inserito nell’ambito di un percorso di ricerca in seno al Dipartimento di Studi umanistici e del patrimonio culturale (DIUM) dell’Università di Udine, il convegno ha riunito studiosi provenienti da Croazia, Francia, Germania, Italia, Portogallo, Spagna, Svizzera e, oltre ad affrontare aspetti strettamente scientifici, ha voluto stimolare l’interesse per questa espressione artistica in parte ancora a rischio di dispersione e di distruzione, tuttora poco nota a un pubblico non specialistico e soltanto parzialmente valorizzata.

Translation of the presentation in English

The taste for painted wooden ceilings constitutes a phenomenon that mainly interested southern Europe from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, representing – even if declined according to different structural and decorative modalities – a characteristic and unifying element. Although such artefacts are repositories of a great deal of information on the culture of the time and often constitute the only marker capable of handing down the decor of interiors, they have only recently become the subject of increasing interest. As part of a research project within the Department of Humanistic Studies and Cultural Heritage (DIUM) of the University of Udine, the conference brought together scholars from Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland. In addition to addressing strictly scientific aspects, the conference aimed to stimulate interest in this artistic expression, which is still partly at risk of dispersion and destruction, and is still little known to a non-specialist public and only partially valorised.

Publication: De l’Aragon au Frioul : esquisse d’une géographie des plafonds peints médiévaux

Publication: De l’Aragon au Frioul : esquisse d’une géographie des plafonds peints médiévaux
Monique Bourin, Maud Pérez-Simon et Georges Puchal (dir.)
Actes des rencontres RCPPM (Lagrasse, octobre 2015)

Paris, Editions de la Sorbonne, 2021.
EAN électronique : 9791035106331
DOI : 10.4000/books.psorbonne.83555

Présentation with the table of contents of the books :  https://books.openedition.org/psorbonne/83555

Between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries, in the western Mediterranean regions, princes, lords, prelates and businessmen liked to decorate the interiors of their homes richly. They brought the image into their homes, forerunners of a long history of domestic spaces. Today, thanks to restorations, we are rediscovering the abundant decoration of the ceilings, more rarely that of the walls. Hundreds, thousands of previously unpublished images have come to light, revealing an almost unknown secular Middle Ages.

Amongst the luxuriance of the cornices and mouldings where ribbons wind or flowers and foliage blossom, the boards slid between the joists have received paintings whose thematic variety opens up a new part of the imagination of these centuries. The rigour of the heraldic programme is combined with an animal world that is often fantastic, but also domestic, familiar or exotic. Here and there, sketches show human figures at play, at festivals, at work (very little), or in combat. Here, the vein is refined, there, of comic truculence.

This book covers, for the first time, all the Mediterranean regions that participated in this taste for painted frames, traces the chronology of their history, observes the common features of their inspiration and brings out the nuances: the Renaissance and the Antique are expressed at the same time as the funniness of the fabliaux.

Markus Castor : The concept of emergence as a methodological tool for understanding ceiling paintings?

Seminary, march 2, 2023.

Markus A. Castor
The concept of emergence as a methodological tool for understanding ceiling paintings?
Some remarks on the symposium Emergence – from place to the space of images, Paris, December 2022

Regarding the symposium in Paris in December 2022[1] that focused the theme of emergence and the phenomena of interactions between pictorial space and the viewers space, the question arose whether and to what extent such a concept of emergence could be a useful instrument for understanding painted and sculpted ceiling design. In the following, we will address some of the aspects discussed at the conference in order to relate them to our questions of the project.

For the complete version of the text: Emergence ENGL_PDF

[1] Du lieu à l’espace des images dans l’art français du XVIIe au XIXe siècle, Colloque du 8 au 11 déc., Paris, Hôtel Lully, organisé par Julia Kloss-Weber, Valérie Kobi et Markus A. Castor (https://dfk-paris.org/fr/event/emergence-3499.html ).

 

A new ceiling par Gerard de Lairesse

A three-part ceiling painting by Gerard de Lairesse has been found in the collection of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (RCE). They form one colossal trompe l’oeil with an opening in the middle under which Fame flies.

 

3D restitution technologies for enhanced knowledge of medieval painted ceilings

Georges Puchal y Marion Ortiz : Les technologies de restitution 3D au service de la connaissance des plafonds peints médiévaux (3D restitution technologies for enhanced knowledge of medieval painted ceilings)

In Patrimoines du Sud, 12, 2020 : Patrimoines et numérique : un état de la recherche et des expérimentations (Heritage and digital solutions: a status report on research and experimentation)

https://doi.org/10.4000/pds.4518

3D modelling is of real interest in the research and dissemination of knowledge on medieval painted ceilings. Intrinsic to architecture, but also carrying rich and as yet unknown, artistic and social content, their study is complex for several reasons. Site access issues and complex structures with multiple volumes, make reading the ensembles difficult. Research work over the last thirty years has demonstrated the importance of the general organisation of decorative elements when studying symbolism. The use of digital imagery via 3D modelling makes it possible to overcome these constraints. The International Association for Research on Medieval Painted Structures and Ceilings (RCPPM) is currently exploring ways of applying 3D modelling to these objects of study.

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A publication on roman painted ceilings

Alix Barbet : Coupoles, voûtes et plafonds peints d’époque romaine. Ier-IVe siècle apr. J.-C., Paris, Hermann, Paris, 2021.

ISBN : 9791037006806
Dimensions : 23.1 x 28.7 cm
Pages : 350
Prix : 64,00 €

The book is available on CAIRN : https://www.cairn.info/coupoles-voutes-et-plafonds-peints-d-epoque-romain–9791037006806.htm

The study of the domes, vaults and painted ceilings of the Roman Empire is an undertaking that takes us from present-day Great Britain to the borders of ancient Mesopotamia, via the countries of Eastern Europe, not forgetting North Africa, as far as Libya and Egypt. More than four hundred decors are studied and photographed, some of which have disappeared, been destroyed or stolen. Of the two hundred and seventy-two sites from which these paintings come, sixty are from Gaul, thus almost a quarter of the sites illustrated with a perspective of Gaul in the space of the Roman world.

We are trying to classify these paintings, which at first imitate the wooden or stone caissons that preceded them, then the draperies, before inventing very varied decorative schemes, close to certain mosaic pavements. Flowerbeds are obviously abundant in the tombs, where they remind us of the annual rose festival dedicated to the deceased. An emperor like Nero added gold to the vaults of his palace, rightly called the Domus Aurea, which inspired Renaissance painters when it was discovered. The link between the past and the present can be read through this investigation.

(translation of the french presentation on the website of the publisher).

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