Haltadefinizione, which specializes in the high-definition photographic acquisition of artworks and their faithful facsimile reproduction, has made possible a new exhibition of the Leonardo Museum, housed in the historic Villa del Ferrale, between Vinci and Anchiano.
Opening on June 12, 2018, the exhibition focusses on reproductions of 21 works by Leonardo, made from scans of the original artworks preserved in the most prestigious museums. Visitors will admire the Mona Lisa, the Lady with the Ermine, the Annunciation and the Last Supper, gathered together for the first time ever.
The Adoration of the Magi deserves particular attention. The reproduction was carried out after the long restoration of the original, thanks to a new acquisition technique in gigapixel 2+3D, developed by Memooria, a new company and partner of Haltadefinizione.
The experience and skill of Haltadefinizione make this exhibition unique. The direct study of these masterpieces done in the museums where the originals are held, from Washington to Krakow, the analysis of restoration dossiers and a dialogue with curators, have all brought to light essential details that allowed Haltadefinizione to perfectly reproduce Leonardo’s art.