Bottega d'Arte di Silvia Salvadori. Medieval and R
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The Bottega d'Arte di Silvia Salvadori has produced paintings for private collections, galleries, churches and places of worship throughout the world.Silvia Salvadori was born in 1978 in Sinalunga, in the heart of Tuscany. She’s a graduate of the “Duccio di Buoninsegna” Art Institute and holds a degree in Art Conservation from the University of Siena. Living in the city of the Palio, she has established a spiritual and material ties with the surviving art workshops which preserve the pictorial traditions of the best artists of the Tuscan schools of the middle ages and the Renaissance. Silvia Salvadori creates an ideal continuity by reviving through her hands a tradition and knowledge on its way to oblivion. The warm reflections of gold, the brocades of clothes, the ecstatic rapture of the saints, the mystic exchange of glances between the Virgin Mary and Infant Jesus and the richness of Christian symbolism, all recreated with talent, refinement and dedication, come to life in the works that Silvia Salvadori is able to reproduce using the same artistic “know-how” of the medieval masters. She makes use of poplar and linden panels, dust and leaves of pure gold and natural pigments mixed with egg tempera, following the instructions given in the Book of Art by Cennino Cennini (c.1370 - c.1440), the techniques of italian tempera (tempera and gold on wood) and in Giorgio Vasari (The Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects to Our Times), it included a valuable treatise on the technical methods employed in the arts. Silvia Salvadori’s work is probably the last precious testimonial that preserves and passes on a culture that represents the history of a people whose land and spirit can awaken a sense of wonder in our souls. Her works of art emanate from an interest which is, above all, accurate, masterly and characterized by ongoing research and experimentation. It reaches in time throughout the entire Tuscan region, starting from Arezzo, with the hidden treasures of its churches, moving onto Florence’s medieval art, which was perhaps overshadowed by the splendour of the renaissance, and finally reaching Siena, with the sacred art of its icons and Biccherne civic paintings with historical decorations on wooden covers containing the accounting records of the municipal era. "The secret of pictorial technique, or working in gold, of employing colors and paints to transform a work of art into a page from a fairy-tale.". (Therefore thou, who with gentle souls, are lovers of this virtue and especially of art, come and embellish yourselves first with this attire, that is love, fear, obedience and perseverance…). Cennino Cennini.