The restoration of Raphael Mafai's View of Olevano was completed in 2014. For AWA maintenance is as important as restoration, for it safeguards art on a daily basis and avoids the need for more invasive conservations technologies in the future. Conservation was carried out on AWA's behalf by Florentine restorer Rossella Lari, under the management of Antonella Nesi, curator of Florence's twentieth-century civic collection. In their book When the World Answered, authors Jane Fortune and Linda Falcone describe the restored painting: "In View of Olevano (1928), Raphael's sole painting currently part of Florence's civic collection, the artist depicts a town nestled in the Roman countryside, a spot that had drawn European and American landscape painters since the early nineteenth century. The painting's striking colors and storybook feel recalls the words of renowned critic Fabrizio D'Amico, in his analysis of Raphael’s work, '[it was] made of joyous enchantments, halfway between memory and fairytale, overflowing with excited color, crackling with various shades' (2007)."