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ARTS-ITALY/GIOTTO
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March 08, 2010
A restorer uses an ultra-violet light to expose greater details on a Giotto painting in the Peruzzi Chapel...
Florence, Italy
To match EXCLUSIVE: ARTS-ITALY/GIOTTO
A restorer uses an ultra-violet light to expose greater details on a Giotto painting in the Peruzzi Chapel at the Santa Croce Church in Florence February 26, 2010. Restorers using ultra-violet rays have rediscovered rich original details of Giotto's paintings in the Peruzzi Chapel in Florence's Santa Croce church that have been hidden for centuries. The aim of the study, partly funded by a grant from the Getty Foundation in Los Angeles, was to gather information on the 170 square metre (1,830 square feet) chapel to use as a road map and "hospital chart" for a future restoration. Picture taken February 26, 2010. To match EXCLUSIVE: ARTS-ITALY/GIOTTO REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
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