Palazzo Moroni - Bergamo

Palazzo Moroni, frescoes by Giangiacomo Barbello, first half century. XVII

San Giovanni Bianco

San Giovanni Bianco Church St. John the Evangelist

Villongo Sant'Alessandro - Bg

Belfry church clock face Sant'Alessandro Villongo Sant'Alessandro (Bg)

Milan Palace

Decorations, Milan Palace

Amelio Micheli

He develops a very young age a passion for restoration, starting his professional career as an apprentice at the restorer Franco Luttie, followed by two years of work at the shop [...]

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From 1985 starts his own business as a craftsman, dedicating himself to the restoration of wall paintings and polychrome wooden churches and in private homes. Performs conservation of plaster facades [...]

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Amelio micheli recently completed the restoration of the frescoes of Giangiacomo Barbello sec. XVII, and restored some decorations, first half of the century. Nineteenth, Palazzo Moroni in Bergamo

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