Happy New Year!
Wishing you and your families a very healthy, blessed and fruitful New Year! Please enjoy this short video from our beloved Director of the Vatican Museums, Dr. Barbara Jatta on New Year’s Eve. It truly reiterates why your membership this year to the Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican
Dante in the Vatican Museums
In the year of Dante – the key figure of 2021 – the Pope’s Museums join of the world, and the Holy See in particular, in wishing to honor the memory of the Supreme Poet on the anniversary of the seventh centenary of his death (1321-2021). There has always been a
The Veiled Madonna that Fascinates the World
by Barbara Jatta In these days of uncertainty, general downtime, of closed museums, theaters, and cinemas, of life so different from what we are used to, it can help to understand the role that Beauty can play to overcome moments of discouragement and fear, but also to be assured of
New England Vatican Patrons Sponsored Project — Crivelli’s Madonna and Child — featured in Vatican Museums Exhibition
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 artist are inscribed on the marble steps under the foot of the Virgin, reading: “OPVS.CAROLI.CRIVELLI / VENETI 1482”. The painting originates from the Church of
The Restoration of the Portrait of Giuseppe Bossi by Antonio Canova
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 thanks to the generosity of the New England Chapter! Last Wednesday the final restoration meeting was held in the Marble Restoration Laboratory with Dr. Barbara
Inside the Vatican Museums | EWTN Vaticano Special
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 Museums over the past year.
Fra Angelico Niccolina
Dear Patrons of the Vatican Museum’s in Boston, Thank you very much for the possibility given to me to present some of the Vatican Museum’s masterpieces in this writen way. Allow me to greet you from High Tatras, the Eastern Europe region which connects Slovakia to Poland and was particularly