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Haltadefinizione takes photographic records of the Sala delle Asse before it undergoes restoration

Ultra-high definition imaging of Leonardo’s ceiling painting in Milan’s Sforza Castle

Haltadefinizione’s team has completed the ultra-high definition digital imaging of the vaulted ceiling and walls of the Sala delle Asse, the heart of the Sforza Castle in Milan and a controversial example of Leonardo's work as a court artist to Ludovico Sforza. The imaging campaign was undertaken in view of the restoration that the whole room is to undergo in the following months and which will probably lead to new important discoveries.

The Fondo Peterzano collection in Milan’s Sforza Castle: the digital imaging of 162 highly-valuable drawings is now complete

Haltadefinizione cooperates with the Milan City Council to create added value and promote the corpus of drawings

Haltadefinizione was chosen for the ultra-high definition (over 2000dpi) scanning of a selection of drawings belonging to the Fondo Peterzano collection - one of the most complex and significant collections of drawings among those kept in the Castle’s Gabinetto dei Disegni archives. The drawings are linked to the workshop of Simone Peterzano, an artist with Venetian roots to whom young Caravaggio was apprenticed from 1584 to 1588.

Art on stage: Primavera by Botticelli is the setting for the ballet “Romeo and Juliet”

The details of Sandro Botticelli’s masterpiece Primavera and the choreographies of the ballet “Romeo and Juliet” put on stage by Maribor, Slovenia’s National Theatre, harmoniously blend together in a truly magic atmosphere.
The tragic and troubled love story between the two young lovers is set against some of the most beautiful details of the painting on display in the Uffizi, which are magnified and projected behind the dancers during the performance.

Watch the video of the ballet

Four videos to discover in HD nature’s wonders according to Brueghel: Haltadefinizione for the RIZÓMATA exhibition


For the first time after 200 years the Allegories of Earth, Air, Water and Fire painted by Jan Brueghel will again be all on display at the picture gallery Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan. The 1796 art requisitions under Napoleon had indeed scattered the four paintings, which are currently permanently on display at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana (Water and Fire) and the Musée du Louvre (Earth and Air).


HALTADEFINIZIONE®’s pride, The Last Supper by Leonardo, which in 2007 sanctioned the first appearance of the Italian company at an international level, during the month of March will hit the headlines of one of the most prestigious and best-known magazines worldwide, National Geographic (with over 50 million readers every month), which will devote to the image the cover of the magazine, translated into 34 languages and with a circulation of over 9 million copies ... and Italian art travels around the world!

HALTADEFINIZIONE® Takes Part in the Realisation of an Extraordinary Exhibition “Impossible Visions - Botticelli, Leonardo and Raffaello: New Technologies to Enjoy Art”

- 1 March 2012 -

 “Impossible Visions - Botticelli, Leonardo and Raffaello: New Technologies to Enjoy Art”, scheduled for the period 29 February - 11 March, at the National Science and Technology Museum in Milan, is an exhibition involving a strong emotional impact, which will be innovative both in terms of organisation and contents.