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Belief in touch as salvation was stronger than fear of contagion in the Italian Renaissance

By Una Roman D'Elia, Professor, Art History and Art Conservation, Queen's University, Ontario
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After a year of pandemic social distancing, we know touch is a much-desired privilege. In the Italian Renaissance, people longed to touch not only each other, but also religious sculptures.

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