Re.S.Artes
Le regard de la Science sur les Arts et le patrimoine culturel

Re.S.Artes is a scientific laboratory dedicated to the analysis of objects of art and items from cultural heritage and archaeological contexts.

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Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

Armed with our experience on the analysis of terracotta objects, Re.S.Artes will present during the Cultures Fair a conference titled : "The View of Science on the terracotta objects of Africa, Asia and South America: antiquity test and imaging".

Re.S.Artes went to the TEFAF 2017 in Maastricht.

Re.S.Artes was present in the BRAFA 2017 in Brussels from the 21st to the 29th of January 2017

Re.S.Artes was present for the first edition of CULTURES, which regrouped the three events BRUNEAF, BAAF and ABB hold last June 8th to 12th.

Re.S.Artes presented at the BRAFA 2016, a conference on the contributions of carbon 14 to the field of the art, "from fake objects to false assumptions".

Re.S.Artes is JEI (Jeune Entreprise Innovante - Young Innovative Company) since 2014, statut which validate its research activity on the analysis of antique materials, and the development of new approaches to answer to the every days evolution of problematics linked to study of objects of art.

Re.S.Artes participated to the GMPCA 2015, presenting the results of two chronological studies: C14 dating of Megalithic Necropole of Champ Chalon, France and TL-OSL dating of Pleistocene sequence at Plaine de Montaigu, France.

Re.S.Artes is part of the development of the technique ERDA, through the creation of a more spacious analytical chamber in order to analyze bigger object made of rock cristal. The technique ERDA allows to establish the antiquity of their carving.

Re.S.Artes
is part of REFRAIN : French Network for the Analysis and Interpretation of Radiocarbon dating. (REseau Francophone du Radiocarbone : Analyses et InterprétatioN).

Re.S.Artes
has access to the biggest database for limestone analysis. So, we are able to compare the chemical components of a limestone sculpture with those of more than 50 french quarries. This comparison allows to validate or not the hypothesis of a provenance of the stone.

Re.S.Artes
develops a new approach, a method to complete the datation by carbon 14, by establishing the antiquity of the work done on wood sculptures.

Re.S.Artes uses an innovating approach to study small objects made with obsidian. This time again we analyse the hydration of this natural glass in order to know if the carving phase is ancient or not. Different from ERDA, this analysis is also less expensive.


Re.S.Artes takes part in the formation of futur professional of the Art market, in partnership with ICART - Bordeaux, in the formation MBA specialized in " Market and International Trade of Art".

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Armed with a highly specialized academic training and extensive experience in these fields of application, we work on all types of objects of art or archaeological artifacts (paintings, ceramics, sculptures, bones, furniture, textiles …), whatever the constituent materials (wood, terracotta, paint, ivory, glass, copper alloys, gold, silver, sandstone, marble and other stones …).

In order to properly answer to your questions, we select the most relevant techniques (Carbon 14, thermoluminescence, in situ X-Ray Imaging, infrared spectrometry, ICP-MS, optical and electron microscopy …).

These analyses are reported in a full document describing the applied methodologies, results and their interpretation, and a certificate is separately provided for the studies of objects of art.

Alongside this service activity, we conduct several research programs to develop our  techniques for scientific analysis and new protocols.

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