Renaissance altarpiece on show for first time in 100 years

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Renaissance altarpiece on show for first time in 100 years

For the first time in a hundred years, a renaissance altarpiece is on show at the National Gallery.

The painting by Giovanni Martini da Udine has not been on show to the public due to damage suffered in the 19th century.

Seven years of conservation work has gone into restoring it, and it's now back on display.

You can see the restored altarpiece at the National Gallery until the end of the year. 

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