A note from the restoration world: the Raffaello completed?

Pietro Livi

Abstract


History of a restoration work that had opened the way to a new, fascinating attribution hypothesis for a drawing that was considered a Giulio Romano’s work and today it is considered a Raffaello’s work, with a subsequently partial intervention of his pupil. This is the history of another missing opportunity to support the historian of the arts during the attribution moment with data, analisys, diagnosis and scientific tests. All these instruments are probaby more useful to exclude and not to confirm the paternity of an artwork, but they are extremely helpful.

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.1973-9494/511

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