3D scan reveals 'borrowed' painting

By Paul Marks THE 17th-century Flemish oil painter David Teniers hit upon a cunning plan to overcome the difficulty of capturing the metallic highlights in a collection of armour. He took a painting of armour by his talented brother-in-law Jan Brueghel, fixed boards around it, and created his own painting – The Armourer’s Shop (right) – around it. At least that’s what Jennifer Mass, a researcher in painting chemistry at the Winterthur Museum in Wilmington, Delaware,
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