AWA annually collects projects presented to us by Tuscany's museum directors for evaluation by our Board of Trustees. Donor interest and funding partnerships are fundamental to the development of our future programs.
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Newly discovered paintings by Violante Ferroni
Eighteenth-century treasures by Florentine woman who painted 'the plague'.
Maria van Oosterwyck
How did Oosterwyck most break the mold?
Antonietta Brandeis painted as ‘Antonio’ as she didn’t like being praised as a ‘woman’ painter.
Anna Piattoli’s Saint Francis
For Anna Piattoli, art was ‘all in the family’.