Some of the greatest works of art history dwell here. The Pinacoteca di Brera certainly needs no introduction: one of the most prestigious and visited museums in the world, "home" to masterpieces painted by great masters of the Renaissance, such as Mantegna's Dead Christ, Bellini's Pietà, and Raphael Sanzio's The Marriage of the Virgin, but also by other artists of other eras and equal stature such as Hayez and his Kiss, Modigliani and Boccioni.
Coral is particularly proud to be present with its vacuum systems in the restoration laboratory of the Brera Art Gallery, where florals of art conservation professionals perform work that requires extreme care. Suffice it to say that the restoration of a single work can take years (as in the case of Prospero Fontana'sAssumption of the Virgin and Saints , pictured above, which is being worked on from 2019).
No Smoke line vacuum arms installed at the Pinacoteca di Brera have been integrated with a low-intensity filtration system to help restorers remove without dispersion the particulates deposited over the centuries and the vapors from the solvent mixtures used to restore the paintings to their former glory.
In this way, the products Coral in the Brera Art Gallery will help prevent respiratory ailments among restoration personnel and help to pass on to posterity the beauty of so many pictorial masterpieces.
A bit of trivia: the Coral installation of the Brera Art Gallery made a small television cameo during the program Stanotte a Milano, hosted by renowned popularizer Alberto Angela aired on the Italian national network Raiuno on December 25, 2022.