December 2013
Save Venice Newsletter;2013/2014, p2
The article focuses on the conservation and restoration processes completed between 2009 and 2014 within the church of San Sebastiano in Venice, Italy. The author discusses frescoes and tempera paintings completed in 1558 by Italian painter Paolo Veronese, a tomb monument for Livo Podacataro completed by Italian sculptor Jacopo Sansovino, and maintenance of the church's organ.


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