The Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums are a unique group of people supporting the preservation and perpetuation of the vast and unique collection of art contained in the Vatican Museums.
- 23 Mar, 24Upcoming
Connoisseurship and the Old Master Market: Tools and Tactics for Navigating the world of Old Master Paintings
Join us on Saturday, March 23, at 3:30 PM for a talk by David Pollack, head of the Old Master Paintings Department at Sotheby's, followed…
- 17 Sep, 23Past
Join us Sunday, September 17, 5:30 PM at Gran Gusto in Cambridge for a presentation by Professor Franco Mormando, followed by dinner and lively discussion!…01 Apr, 23Past
- 13 Nov
New England Vatican Patrons Sponsored Project — Crivelli’s Madonna and Child — featured in Vatican Museums ExhibitionRead more
Restoration sponsored by the New England Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums In the Madonna and Child altarpiece, the signature and date of the
- 09 MayRead more
New England Vatican Patrons featured in April Vatican Patrons Parcel newsletter: The restoration of the Portrait of Giuseppe Bossi by Antonio Canova is finally completed
- 31 DecRead more
Visit the Vatican Museums, take an exclusive look at the Vatican Library, and catch up with a review of the news and events from the
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Formerly in the collegiate church of San Venanzio in Camerino, Marche, and donated by Prince Altieri to Pope Leo XIII in 1888, the work consists of three panels executed in tempera and fitted with a richly carved and gilded frame, featuring the trigram IHS (center), the Announcing Angel (left), and the Virgin Annunciate (right).
Sculpted Portrait of Giuseppe Bossi by Antonio Canova
On December 9, 1815, friends and admirers gathered to remember the famous writer, painter and critic, Giuseppe Bossi. Bossi, who served as the Secretary of the Brera Academy...
The Life of a Swiss Guard:
A Private View
The exhibit, which was originally sponsored by the California Chapter of the Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, was prominently on display in the Vatican Museums during the months of April, May and June of 2016.