Today's artisans enhance treasures of the past. This restoration project was curated by art historian Fausta Navarro who, at the time, was director of the Last Supper Museum of Andrea del Sarto, also known as San Salvi, in collaboration with AWA and the Polo Museale Fiorentino, museum circuit. In every conservation project, the ultimate goal is avoid invasive techniques and employ 'reversible' conservation methods, that can be 'undone' in the future as technology changes and improves. Because Saint Dominic was originally created for a niche, the painting under restoration had no frame that would make it suitable for on-the-wall display. AWA enlisted the efforts of master craftsman Luigi Mecocci, whose traditional Florentine workshop is not far from the Pitti Palace. Maestro Mecocci fashioned a Renaissance-style frame that would enhance the devotional painting and make it 'stage ready' for its debut in 2008. He is proof that the lifeblood of Florence—it's craftsmanship—is alive and well today, as a modern-day compliment to past cultural wealth.