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 Chaplin’s "The Three Sisters", Restored 2014

Chaplin’s "The Three Sisters", Restored 2014

Chaplin's The Three Sisters

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The restoration of Elisabeth Chaplin’s The Three Sisters at Pitti's Modern Art Gallery. Chaplin’s 1912 painting was restored by AWA in 2014. Prior restoration it was stored in Pitti’s storehouses, together with more than 600 of her works. They were gifted to the city of Florence in 1974 with the condition that artist could independently use and exhibit her paintings during her lifetime. Chaplin’s Florentine donation also included works by her uncle, painter Charles Chaplin and her mother, sculptor Marguerite Bavier-Chaufour.

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