ETRURIO Museum, Scarlino, Tuscany
Secret Domus is involved in cultural and artistic heritage projects to develop and promote Italian art. Find out how we recently discovered and are in the process of restoring a 14th century fresco in Tuscany and we transformed it into the ETRURIO Museum.
The Forgotten Fresco
In 2016 Andrea Sozzi Sabatini bought an apartment in Scarlino (Tuscany, Italy) in which there is a fresco whose attribution, still unknown, has been traced back to a fine hand of the second half of 1400, probably Sienese.
Besides being a staggering discovery, the Tuscan fresco offers a unique opportunity to enhance and promote Italian excellence in artistic restoration.
A video documenting the work of the restorers Marco Marchetti and Isabella Gubbini in the recovery of fresco is currently in progress.
Timelapse: Fresco Restoration
The documentary aims to illustrate the current techniques of pictorial restoration and retouching.
Survey by Professor Vittorio Sgarbi
The historical value of the fresco was confirmed by Professor Vittorio Sgarbi.
A short video showing the fresco discovered in Tuscany and details of the restoration project that is now under way produced by film maker Lara Peviani.
Pre-opening of ETRURIO Museum
The Best of ITALY – ETRURIO Museum and FAI, Fondo Ambientale Italiano, during 2018 Spring Opening Days.
Address: ETRURIO Museum, Via Ercole Cecchi 3, 58020, Scarlino (GR)