Museo tattile di pittura antica e moderna Anteros
Founded in 1999 with headquarters Francesco Cavazza Institute for the Blind, is the result of a research project started in 1995 at the Association of the School of Applied Sculpture on access for the visually impaired to painting. The collection includes forty specimens, including three-dimensional reproductions of famous paintings in bas-relief perspective, technical surveys, copies of Renaissance reliefs, boards preparatory to the concept of historical style, functional tables to the understanding of perspective and the categories of representation and profiling didactic-methodological translated into Braille code, aimed at the correct understanding of the formal values, aesthetic and historical works. To facilitate the understanding of the works and to facilitate tactile reading, the bas-reliefs are placed on easels and lecterns placed on tables, with seats to sit and support for profiling. The visually impaired can also use the photographic reproduction of the paintings translated into relief. Were reproduced works by Giotto, Cimabue, Botticelli, Piero della Francesca, Andrea Mantegna, Leonardo da Vinci, Ludovico Carracci, Titian, Caravaggio, Jacques-Louis David, Auguste Renoir, De Chirico, Katsushika Hokusai.