Long Lost Renaissance Sculptures Rediscovered in Berlin

May 19th, 2016

Mino da Fiesole, Portrait of a Young Woman, via Art NewspaperA group of 59 Renaissance sculptures, originally thought lost in a Berlin fire, have been rediscovered in the archive of Moscow’s Pushkin Museum.  “Most of the sculptures were damaged, some are even in fragments,” says Neville Rowley, curator of Italian Renaissance art at the Bode Museum. “They can’t currently be shown because of the state they are in. But there are plans to exhibit the sculptures at the Pushkin Museum after they’ve been restored.”

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