Mysterious chemical reaction is destroying Van Gogh paintings
Mysterious chemical reaction is destroying Van Gogh paintings
The work of Vincent Van Gogh may be among the greatest artistic achievements in human history, but barely a century after his death his work is already starting to fade. The bright yellows of his paintings are turning to a murky brown. But this isn't any ordinary decay - and scientists used a particle accelerator to figure out the previously-unknown chemical reaction that is slowly destroying the works of the Dutch master. picked by bingo 1 month ago
tags van gogh painting chemical
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 pvisi111
1 month ago
Oh no :(
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 chiconye...
1 month ago
I will be sorry if this is really true
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 Jerry520
4 weeks ago
I sincerely hope that they find a way to repair the damage that's being done, and prevent further damage to these priceless works of art. :(
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 jwolfe26
4 weeks ago
hopefully the particle accelerator has nothing to do with it
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 dubdnik
4 weeks ago
The Van Gough Museum on magic pizza toppings was awesome....
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 darkslk2...
4 weeks ago
banii sais: To bad..did they discover how to resolve this problem?
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 moni148
2 weeks ago
Great link i like it.
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 moni143
2 weeks ago
great
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 soccasun
2 weeks ago
The young generation should be performed to achieve better performance. Choose paint that is resistant 1000 years, so the painting can be enjoyed by future generations
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 heidijo
1 week ago
This sounds a little hard to believe.
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