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Entertainment Death of Gianluigi Colalucci, the supervisor of the restoration of the Sistine Chapel

14:15  01 april  2021
14:15  01 april  2021 Source:   lefigaro.fr

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Gianluigi Colalucci au travail pendant la conservation et la restauration de la chapelle Sixtine au Vatican, le 16 octobre 2014. © Musei Vaticani / ANSA / ABACA Gianluigi Colalucci at work during the conservation and restoration of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, October 16, 2014.

It was the gray eminence of Italian colors. The Italian Gianluigi Colalucci who had supervised the great restoration of the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel, between 1980 and 1994, died on Sunday at the age of 94. Chief restorer of the largest art of art of the twentieth century, the long and patient works carried out under his direction in the Vatican chapel had revealed under a new clarity the paintings that adorn the walls. Historical magnitude, this salutary cure of youth propelled the chapel and its masterpieces into modernity. " It is thanks to his courage and his talent today appears in all their dazzling splendor the colors of the vault and the last judgment of Michelangelo ," said the Vatican museums on Monday.

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born in Rome in 1929, Gianluigi Colalucci had devoted all his life to the restoration of the old heritage, with a predilection for the Italian Renaissance of which he was specialist. After a career spent Rome, in Sicily, Crete and Padua, he had been appointed in 1979 at the head of the Painting Restoration Laboratory, a year before seeing the Chapel site. Sistine. Abandoned by insufficient maintenance and risky earlier restorations, the frescoes of Ghirlandaio, Botticelli and Pérugin presented a dull, dirty and brownish appearance, especially all along its ceiling, painted between 1508 and 1512 by Michelangelo (1475-1564).

Repair the renaissance

the major restoration he led for fourteen years in the chapel, under the supervision of the director of the Vatican Museums Carlo Pietrangeli, restored all their spectacular vivacity to the images and all their brilliance in Christian and biblical figures. who have been popular for nearly 500 years this sacred box. Highly publicized, the operation was not universally acclaimed, some discussions of experts on the choices of restorations made that did not fail to enamel this project in the long course. Choices that Gianluigi Colalucci defended himself in several publications, including his latest book io E Michelangelo (" Me and Michelangelo "), published in 2015. " Most of my colleagues and art historians did not understand this restoration , "he regretted, in an interview given in 2020. Nearly 25 years after the end of his work, he claimed to prefer to continue to deal with works rather than worry about polemics . " What I loved most was to be in touch with the work of Art ," he said about his past years to restore the works he had charged.

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It was" a great man, a great professional, one of the biggest restaurateurs of the last century left us , "reacted for Vatican News The Director of Vatican Museums, Barbara Jatta. Retired but not removed from business, Gianluigi Colalucci had kept very close links with Italian professionals, to whom he was deliberate, until his last days, his pictorial advice. "We have always called it to confirm the procedure for many important interventions, such as the one carried out in the Constantine Show, where he visited several times, including recently, to give advice ", s 'Remembered Barbara Jatta, who had met him a few days ago to show him the ongoing restorations in his museums. End Cancer of the Colors and the Palette of Italian Masters, Gianluigi Colaalucci had attached until the end of his days to reveal all the nuances, all unsuspected gleams. A pleiade of art historians and Conservatives paid tribute to the beginning of the week to the one who reborn one of the most beautiful elements of the Italian Renaissance.

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