Plautilla Nelli's surviving 'secret' from within the walls of a Renaissance convent. Nelli followed the preaching of vehement reformist Girolamo Savonarola who favored devotional painting and drawing by religious women to “avoid sloth”. AWA restored the choir book hosting this gold-leaf-and-ink miniature on parchment at Florence's San Marco Museum and it was presented to the public during the artist's first-ever monographic show at the Uffizi Galleries in 2017: "Plautilla Nelli:Art and Devotion in Savonarola’s Footsteps". The Nativity, also restored on the same occasion, is its sister codex. Many players make restorations like this one happen. The project was curated by Tuscany's Regional Museum Circuit with curator Marilena Tamassia, the head of the San Marco Museum. Florentine restorer Simone Martini masterfully executed this multi-faceted project.