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The Best Features
The Bottega Tifernate invented the “Pictografia”technique, patented in 2000, for reproduce any kind of pictures. The art conservators, consider it the most precise method in the world to recreate a painting in its original support. Any new project is studied by our team of artists exactly as it was done in a real workshop of the Renaissance.
The study of Pictografia technique was born in 1990 and since then, it is constantly updated with the aim of recreating a work of art capable of communicating to the viewer the same visual experience and of pathos you can feel in front of an original work.
Work in “Bottega”
Our artists are trained in the workshop and are instructed to work with methods and recipes of ancient craft workshops. Technology has also been developed to be at the service of the manual process: it occupies only 5% of the entire processing cycle but helps us “ scientifically “ to recreate 100% of the color and shapes of the original work without being invasive.
Like ask the painter
The Bottega Tifernate offers everyone the opportunity to choose the picture, the support and the dimensions; it is also possible to decide about the type of frame and finish. There is no obstacle to possessing the painting that has always been desired. From Roman art to the present day, the limit remains only your imagination.
Use of ancient materials
The study about the old methods is the most precious treasure of the Bottega Tifernate . In over 30 years of research, we have rediscovered methods and recipes, sometimes secret, that are the basis of all our work. This allows us to affirm that, in addition to the aesthetic impact identical to a work of 500 years ago, a pictografia creation has a duration in time equal to it.
Art, for all
We have different price ranges related to as many levels of workmanship: from the painting to the furniture to the painting to replace the original, we can satisfy any type of request.
Made in Umbrie
The processing is done entirely by hand in our workshop: 100% Handmade in Umbria, 100% Handmade in Italy.