The Basilica of Sant'Anthony in Padua is one of the world's great masterpieces of art. Giotto, Donatello, Titian, Pietro, Antonio and Tullio Lombardo, Sansovino, Parodi, Tiepolo, Annigoni have all contributed to the beauty and majesty of this magnificent building. One of the most ancient representations of St. Anthony can be found in this incredible setting, a fourteenth century fresco that is almost life-sized and dates back to the church's ea...
Known to locals as "La Certosa", the Charterhouse of Saint James is a medieval monastery on the island of Capri. It has survived seven centuries of pirates, wars, plagues and monastic suppression to embrace a new role today as the cultural heart of this world famous island. Now the future of this 14th century masterpiece is threatened and a restoration intervention is urgently needed.
This is a rare opportunity to delve back in time to find the missing piece in the history of Rome. This excavation site on the Palatine Hill, birthplace of the city, has already yielded incredible finds, instrumental in recreating the history of Rome and the development of Western tradition. Your contribution will allow the archaeologists to uncover the secrets still hidden here in this sacred place, once the centre of the ancient world.
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We thank all the donors who have helped us reach the fundraising goal. And thanks to the valuable work of the young restoration artists of the ISCR, the Imperial-age sarcophagus is once again astonishing.
The Ecstasy of St. Teresa of Àvila in the Church of San Pancrazio in Rome, painted in 1615 by Jacopo Negretti, also known as Palma the Younger. In this beautifully executed piece, Palma the Younger captures the moment in which St. Teresa of Àvila is pierced by an angel’s spear. Derived from an experience described by […]
LoveItaly thanks all the donors who generously contributed to the crowdfunding campaign. Your support, together with funding from the Superintendence of Pompeii, completes the fundraising for the Golden Age Bedroom and it will now be possible to begin the necessary restoration work. Once this long and complex work is concluded, the House of the Centaur can be opened to the public so that everyone can admire its beauty.