The storms and flooding in November 2019 damaged the exterior of the church. In particular the windows in the south of the church were further weakened by the strong winds and began leaking rain.
After a £55,000 Appeal the conservation of the Nativity Triptych in the Accademia Galleries began in late 2019 and continued through 2020.
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.
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
The First World War Memorial doors of Venice’s Anglican Church were cast from British cannon in the Arsenale foundry in the 1920s.
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
Conservation of Venetian furniture from the post-Napoleonic era, known as the ‘Cattedra Cicognara’, designed by Giuseppe Borsato in 1771, conservation 2015.
In support of the major state-funded reorganisation of the Accademia Galleries, a project to fund the opening up of the Palladio Wing 7 ground floor rooms displaying the work of Canova and his contemporaries.
Antonio Canova modelled these lions on his tomb for the Venetian Pope Clement XII. Used as drawing models by students from 1840 they have now been restored.
Four ‘bozzetti’ or models by Antonio Canova including The Wrestlers, a Pieta, a figure of Apollo and a model for the tomb of Titian, underwent conservation in 2011.