The Vittoria Alata di Brescia Conserved

April 11 2021

Image of The Vittoria Alata di Brescia Conserved

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

The Vittoria Alata di Brescia, a very rare 1st century AD Roman bronze statue, has completed a two-year restoration project in Italy. This rare bronze was discovered in 1826 and is now kept in the Capitolium di Brescia in Northern Lombardy. The delicate conservation work was undertaken by Anna Patera dell'Opificio and Francesca Morandini of the Brescia Musei Foundation, in collaboration with the bronze restoration department of the Florentine institute under the direction of Laura Speranza. Click on the link above to see some interesting details of the project.

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