This hidden 18th-century frescoed Music Room, designed for choral performances to support its foundation, was restored in 1987-91 by 12 committees.
A joint project to protect the building from future flooding, enabling the safe conservation of Palma Giovane’s cycle of paintings.
Painted in 1587, for the main altar of the original 13th century church of San Pantalon and thought to be Veronese’s last work, it shows the saint healing a boy.
Painted panels showing two pairs of saints for the inside and outside of the organ shutters of San Bartolomeo a Rialto by Sebastiano del Piombo 1510-11.
A special international committee was formed to raise funds for the conservation of the world-famous mosaics in the apse and on the west wall, carried out between 1975 and 1980
The crucifix dating to 1469 was conserved by Max Leuthenmayr and Benito Ghezzo in 1980. The first of a series of projects funded by the Velay family through their Fondation Jean-Barthélemy.
The conservation of the richly detailed Porta della Carta was an early project of Venice in Peril, undertaken from 1976-1979
Fourteen oil paintings showing Venetian festivals and ceremonies by Gabriele Bella, (1730-99), from the collection left to the city by Giovanni Querini in 1869.
Alongside conservation projects themselves, Venice in Peril Fund has supported conservation training in Venice.
The Loggetta in Piazza San Marco, built by Jacopo Sansovino in 1537, was crushed when the Campanile collapsed in 1902. It was rebuilt and later Venice in Peril Fund undertook conservation in 1972-1974.