The contribution reconstructs the conservative history of the mysterious fresco fragment depicting a Putto, with unpublished archive documentation, graphics and photographs, which came to the collections of the Accademia di San Luca in Rome through the bequest of Jean-Baptiste Wicar in 1834. The research highlights how the conservation conditions of the painting influenced the doubts regarding its autograph, up to the precise reconstruction of the debate that arose around the work in the 1960s, when it was subjected to a restoration by the ICR.

Il Putto reggifestone «che dicesi dell’immortale Raffaello»: fortuna e storia conservativa tra Otto e Novecento

Ventra Stefania
2022

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The contribution reconstructs the conservative history of the mysterious fresco fragment depicting a Putto, with unpublished archive documentation, graphics and photographs, which came to the collections of the Accademia di San Luca in Rome through the bequest of Jean-Baptiste Wicar in 1834. The research highlights how the conservation conditions of the painting influenced the doubts regarding its autograph, up to the precise reconstruction of the debate that arose around the work in the 1960s, when it was subjected to a restoration by the ICR.
Il Putto reggifestone di Raffaello. Studi, indagini, restauro
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