On 29.th of May, 2016, the “virtual museum” where can be seen all the paintings of Benvenuto Tisi, better known as “il Garofalo” (1481-1559) has been inaugurated in the house that is traditionally considered his natal house, in a village called Garofalo, that belongs to the territory of the Municipality of Canaro (Rovigo, Italy). The project for restoration of the house and the creation of the virtual museum has been substantially funded by ENERSOL SRL, that is the company I’m representation manager in Italy on behalf of Glennmont Partners.
A virtual museum is something innovative, a location where you can admire, through proper screens, a painting. You can enlarge the size, looking for details, interact with the picture. As a matter of fact, you can see it better than if you are in front of the original. Furthermore, you can admire in the same place paintings that are scattered throughout the world.
I believe there is a future for this kind of technologic application for the diffusion of the culture.