Retraces the history of ancient art
The table remembers the past. Is it the media that best draws our history. Until 1500 the painting was not used except in rare cases where it was “incammottata” (ie glued) on the table. All the great works of the medieval era, think of Duccio da Boninsegna or Giotto, were built on wood.
The “IMPRIMITURA”: a good base for a painting to perfection.
The gypsum used to make the brush on the table but has also flow well the function of isolating the aggressiveness of the colors that may impair its surface. The use of natural gypsum and glue, according to classic recipes of the ‘400, is the ideal solution for ensuring these conditions.
The comparison is important. Even for the Table.
We must study the paintings in museums and continually compare them with our creations. Only then, can we hope to communicate to the viewer the feeling you get in front of the original