Regoli e Radiciotti Srl is a company whose mission is the conservation and restoration of artworks made in a wide range of materials: frescoes and wall paintings, stucco, works in stone and mosaics, monuments and historical facades, archaeological sites, historic walls made of both bricks and stones, panel and canvas paintings, wood and multi-materials objects, works of modern and contemporary art.
Over the years the company have also built up considerable expertise in treating works on paper and related materials (books and manuscripts) and archaeological metal items (bronze, iron, gold, silver) especially during our work experiences in the National Museum of Oman, taking advantage of the collaboration of specialists when necessary.
Regoli e Radiciotti Srl have established fruitful and mutually beneficial collaboration with other specialists in many areas concerning heritage conservation, and have always have an active role in research activity, in the study of artistic techniques, and in teaching and training, both with Italian and foreign partners.
One of the company main achievements is to be always up to date with recent new developed methods and materials for restoration.
In the last years the company has dedicated its effort in developing a new technique to remove reinforced concrete from the back of detached mosaics using diamond wire or disc. We have also used the same technique to section old archaeological walls, previously to their displacement.
The company have worked for many public or private organizations and have joined projects involving collaboration with universities, research institutes, other conservators and specialists in different areas.
The most prestigious clients of the company in Italy are the local authority for the surveillance of Italian Cultural Heritage like the Superintendence of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Rome, Lazio and Piedmont, the Administration of Patrimony of the Apostolic Seat, some national Museums, the Central Institute for Restoration of Rome, the Politecnico of Turin, the Opera del Duomo of Orvieto.
The most significant works carried out are the conservation of the Apostles marble statues and the reconstruction and conservation of the statues marble basement for the project of the reposition of the statues in the Duomo of Orvieto, the conservation of the painted canvases in the transept of the Santa Maria degli Angeli e Martiri Basilica in Rome, the conservation of the old marbles sectile floors in the Domus Flavia of Palatino in Rome, the conservation of the floor in old marbles “opus sectile” in the Villa of Traiano Imperator, Aula XXV in Arcinazzo Romano, the conservation and development of old Church of San Michele Arcangelo in Sermoneta, the conservation of frescoes and stucco in the Castle of Valentino in Turin, the conservation of Pinturicchio school wall paintings in the Della Rovere Castle in Vinovo, the conservation of frescoes and polychrome terracotta sculptures of Gaudenzio Ferrari in the Crucifixion Chapel in the Sacro Monte of Varallo Sesia, the conservation of Bramante Templete in Rome.
In the other countries, especially in last years, the company carried out interesting conservation works in the Sultanate of Oman for the conservation of the permanent exibition items in the National Museum, the conservation of Bibi Maryam Mausoleum, the conservation and maintenance of the archaeological sites of Khor Rori, Hasn al Baleed and al Deer for the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism. The conservation of the Qusayr Amra mural paintings in Jordan joining for World Monuments Fund and Istituto Centrale per il Restauro di Roma, the conservation of the Aelia Arisuth tomb mural paintings in Gargaresh (Tripoli), Libya, joining for foundation Meda (Mediterraneo Antico), the conservation of the Deir al Salib mural paintings in Wadi Qadisha, Lebanon.
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Conservators employed by Regoli e Radiciotti Srl Company are graduate professional conservators with master level degree in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage achieved at Istituto Centrale per il Restauro di Roma.