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Published on Mar 30, 2012
For centuries, when the artists and artisans who decorated Italy's palaces, villas and churches found themselves between jobs, they made money by creating temporary paintings on the streets of the towns they lived in or journeyed through. More often than not, they depicted religious scenes, often featuring the Madona, thus earning the name madonnari. The tradition continues today...