Above: A plaster piece de resistance located on the curvilinear wall in the dining room of a Tuscan-style villa features Jennifer Bertrand's hand-painted map of Italy modeled after painted images in the Gallery of Maps room in the Vatican Museum. While the sandstone-colored plaster was still wet, Bertrand added green and blue pigments to color-block the land and sea.
Above: A plaster piece de resistance located on the curvilinear wall in the dining room of a Tuscan-style villa features Jennifer Bertrand's hand-painted map of Italy modeled after painted images in the Gallery of Maps room in the Vatican Museum. While the sandstone-colored plaster was still wet, Bertrand added green and blue pigments to color-block the land and sea.
Above: A plaster piece de resistance located on the curvilinear wall in the dining room of a Tuscan-style villa features Jennifer Bertrand's hand-painted map of Italy modeled after painted images in the Gallery of Maps room in the Vatican Museum. While the sandstone-colored plaster was still wet, Bertrand added green and blue pigments to color-block the land and sea.

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