“The publication of this digital archive marks a change in the study of the history of renaissance art.”


The publication is supervised and commented by
Antonio Paolucci
Director of the Vatican Museums.

From the second half of the thirteenth century through to the early seventeenth century, 506 artists took an active part in what is widely termed the Italian Renaissance.
After 50 years of effort, Scala conserves the biggest archives of art in Ital. This society spent five years to digitise 8000 colour photographs. The archive are published in French, English, Italian and Japanese.
8000 paintings, were digitised with a very high definition 10,000 by 7,500 pixels (more than 10 times the definition of a standard monitor).

The collection contains 32 DVDs in 4 Boxes or is stored on a Hard Disk.