Restauración de la portada de la Majestad de la Colegiata de Santa María la Mayor de Toro
The complex of the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria la Mayor in Toro, built between the twelfth and thirteenth century, is known for its magnificent artistic legacy, especially the cover of the Majesty. In the nineteenth century the chapel where the porch was was closed followed the collapse of the roof. It reopened in e1941, accelerating the deterioration of polychrome Cover for 50 years. From 1987 to 1998, WMF cosponsored a conservation and restoration project that led to an extensive investigation of materials and suitable for the cover of polychrome techniques. In this publication, the historical background of this important ecclesiastical and artistic heritage in Spain is described, and the work and research that formed part of its restoration is documented.
The Collegiate Church of Santa Maria la Mayor in Toro, built Between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, MOST is Famous for its extraordinary artistic legacy, Particularly for the Home of the Majesty. In the nineteenth century, the roof of the chapel enclosing the site collapsed and was then a closed. It reopened in 1941, exposing the damaged site and accelerating the deterioration of the polychromy for 50 years. From 1987 to 1998, WMF co-sponsored a project for the conservation and restoration of the site Which Involved EXTENSIVE research of adequate materials and techniques for the treatment of the polychromy. The following publication describe the historical background of esta Important ecclesiastical and artistic heritage in Spain, and documents the work and research That was part of the restoration of the Home of the Majesty.