Royal Carriages at the Italian White House and Paintings by Tintoretto

What would you say if I asked you to come along on a personal tour to see a behind the scenes viewing and special explanation by the collection curator and art conservator of the royal carriages in the collection of the Italian White House in Rome, Italy?!

We then stop for lunch around the corner from the “White House” and have the best lasagna and ruccola salad.

After lunch, would you still “hang out” with us and the art conservator of the royal carriages as gets us into the museum exhibition across the street as special guests to see the rare and exceptional show on the paintings of super famous Baroque Venetian artist, Tintoretto and gives us the inside scoop and special details unknown to the public?!

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Get your Cinderella fix and fantasize. See what these real royal carriage look like up close and personal.

Sorry you missed the in-person tour last week in Rome! But I made a special non-official, bootleg video of each insider’s special tour to share with you (and you’ll save a TON of money!). So take a minute to see these quick videos.

Fantasize about what it would be like to actually ride through the streets dressed in the finest dresses or uniform with people shouting your name and waving while you float along in one of these super-carriages! The carriage with the Egyptian design in the video was so hugely popular with the people that they are astounded by its design, quality and beauty. Talking about getting your “rock star” on! Here’s the video:

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The exhibition on the famously theatrical mega artist from Baroque Venice, Tintoretto, is extremely rare. Why? Most of his paintings are gargantuan and inset into moldings and architecture high up in palaces and on ceilings! But special handling and efforts brought the exhibition together and I’ve got the special details for you on this behind the scene’s tour. If you are a museum buff, an art history student or just love Italy, you will find this video most interesting!

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Another museum “walk-about” is the Philadelphia Museum of Art which got rave reviews: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFULHuqJ6kw

If you have not seen our short video tour of our art conservation laboratory, go to our front landing page: https://www.fineartconservationlab.com

Call us if you have an art conservation – painting restoration question/project in mind. There’s no charge to “chat it up.” Call Scott Haskins 805 564 3438

Art appraisal questions? Call Richard Holgate at 805 895 5121

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About Scott M. Haskins

Scott Haskins has been in professional art conservation since 1975, specializing in the conservation/restoration of easel paintings, murals and art on paper. FACL, Inc. is known nationally for doing A+ work no matter the size or difficulty of the project. We are happy to do a quick cleaning on a family heirloom. Our client list and resume is also full of very satisfied clients of large, difficult/complicated projects at remote locations. Excellent services are also available as an Expert Witness/Legal Testimony in art related matters. Consultation on art related projects occur regularly including extensive insurance evaluations for insured or insurer. Services are offered worldwide. Scott M. Haskins is also author of the "Save Your Stuff" series, educational information, materials and supplies to help people protect and save their treasured family heirlooms and collectibles at home and office. He can be reached at 805 564 3438. Video and written testimonials at https://www.fineartconservationlab.com/testimonials/
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