Two projects repairing windows and shutters and the traditional terrazzo floor of the Sukkah in the Canton Scuola, home to the Jewish Museum, in the oldest Ghetto in the world.
A Kyriale without hard covers and badly compacted parchment folios underwent a novel treatment, while the binding, pigments and ink burns of a Graduale were consolidated in 2018-2019.
The annual GeM Award funds a three month programme to attend accredited conservation courses and shadow conservation practitioners in the UK.
Specialist conservation was needed for for eighteen pieces of the Renaissance Maiolica collection in the Museo Corner – display objects which would have been arranged on buffets in private palaces
Twenty sketchbooks by Ippolito Caffi illustrating memorable scenes of his travels are being conserved and will return to permanent display at the Correr Museum later in 2019.
The First World War Memorial doors of Venice’s Anglican Church were cast from British cannon in the Arsenale foundry in the 1920s.
Ahead of a major restoration of Tintoretto’s magnificent ceiling at the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice in Peril funded the preparatory surveys which will be the key interactive information resource for the conservation.
Cortese Antiphonal – a project to conserve the illuminated miniatures in a book of mass settings: ‘Antiphonary from Advent to Easter Saturday’, now in the Archivio Patriarcale di Venezia
Cleaning and consolidation of three Byzantine reliefs and a Renaissance holy water stoup, in Cappella Zen, adjoining the narthex of Basilica of San Marco
The marble memorial to sculptor Antonio Canova in the church of the Frari is Venice’s most striking monument from the age of neo-classicism.