Paola Crema, wife of Florentine artist Roberto Fallani, passed away after battling illness. She redefined female art history, hosting gatherings where culture thrived. Her homes in Rome and Florence were havens for artists, historians, actors, and designers. Paola's unique style and love for the arts shone through her small wearable sculptures and large bronze creations. Her work graced renowned museums and international venues. Paola's extraordinary nature extended to her solidarity with women. Though her passing is mourned, her legacy lives on in the books she inspired.