Titian's Madonna di Ca' Pesaro Altarpiece To Undergo Full Restoration

December 2014
Save Venice Newsletter;2014/2015, p7
The article discusses the preservation project of the painting "Madonna di Ca'Pesaro" by Renaissance artist Titian, how the project is being overseen by the Save Venice preservation organization, and the methods used to diagnose the painting's instability such as x-ray fluorescence.


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