A small painting used for private prayer is now a public treasure on display. This work, restored in 2013, with AWA in collaboration with Florence's Polo Museale (now the Polo Regionale della Toscana) and the Museum of the Last Supper Museum of Andrea del Sarto. Lead by curator Cristina Gnoni, the restoration was executed by Rossella Lari, the world's foremost expert on the conservation of Nelli paintings. Art lovers will find it in its museum venue, in a glass-covered niche where Andrea del Sarto's famed Last Supper is displayed. A bit of a trek from the center of town, it is worth the trip. This little know but extremely peaceful museum has become a Nelli center of sorts over the past few years as many of her works have been restored and pulled from storage. The painting is in dialog with the museum's large-scale Saint Catherine (one of the tryptic lunettes AWA restored in 2009).