Gallerie d’Italia Piazza Scala
, Fine Arts
April 1, 2016
July 17, 2016
The exhibition La Bellezza Ritrovata (Beauty Regained). Caravaggio, Rubens, Perugino, Lotto and 140 other restored masterpieces at Gallerie d’Italia in Milan, is part of the 17th edition of Restituzioni, the bi-annual restoration program supported by Intesa Sanpaolo Group that, since 1989, has looked to safeguard and protect Italy’s artistic heritage.
Spanning a period of more than 30 centuries, the 145 works include recently restored paintings by Caravaggio, Rubens, Perugino and Lotto, on loan from museums and churches throughout Italy. On display are paintings, frescoes, mosaics, sculptures, artefacts, textiles and jewelry, and visitors can see masterpieces such as Caravaggio’s Portrait of Antonio Martelli, Knight of Malta and Christ Risen by Rubens.
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