A not so well known corner of Milan is home to some of the most breathtaking frescos.
“La Certosa di Garegnano” is a 14th-century church located on the outskirts of Milan. Once a Carthusian monastery, this parish comprises beautiful and historic frescos that decorate almost every inch inside this charterhouse.
Now, this iconic collection of religious artwork is available with just a click of a button, thanks to its digitalized makeover. It’s an online 3D tour that allows you to zoom into virtually every corner of the church and provides detailed information on the paintings.
“My friend contacted me to develop a digital project. A project that could enhance the value of this church, which is considered by art historians, one of the most beautiful churches in Milan. For many, it is even referred to as the Sistine Chapel of Milan because within this single nave there are extraordinary pictorial cycles.”
Digital artist Marco Stucchi has been…
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