Internationally renowned artist, master Mario Salvatori comes from a family of restorers. Passionate about this ancient art, Mario has honed his artistic talent at first studying to become a master of Applied Arts - a title obtained with the highest marks at the State Art Institute of Priverno - and then working in the historic study of prof. Everardo Pavia in via Margutta.
In the workshop the master restorer has learned a great mastery of the different methodologies in conservative restoration; this allowed him to work on canvases of appreciated ancient and modern authors such as Mattia Preti, Titian, Caravaggio, Ribera, Guido Reni, van Wittel, Balla.
Mario Salvatori works in his workshop in Priverno and boasts several restoration works, such as large paintings from the 1600s, works by the Rubens school and the restoration of the altarpiece "The Annunciation" by the Roman painter Mariani.
He is also responsible for the discovery of the painting The vocation Saints Peter and Andrew, attributed to Caravaggio, later on exhibited in the exhibition Il Caravaggio della Regina. In his more than twenty year experience in the sector, Mario Salvatori has received various awards and recognitions, such as "the Province of Latina Artisan Excellence" and the "Loyalty Award to the Artisan Work" conferred by Region Lazio and the Latina Chamber of Commerce.