Albrecht Dürer's works coming to Milan's Royal Palace

Palazzo Reale in Milan will host the exhibition Albrecht Dürer and the Renaissance between Germany and Italy from February 21 to June 24.

An exhibition dedicated to Albrecht Dürer, a leading artist of the German and European Renaissance, will kick off Feb. 21 at Milan’s Palazzo Reale and end June 24.

"Albrecht Dürer and the Renaissance between Germany and Italy" will aim to highlight the mutual links and influences between Dürer’s art and that of his contemporaries, such as Cranach, Lorenzo Lotto, Giorgione and many others.

Drawings, engravings, paintings and graphics will be on display to learn more about the artistic activity of this great master.

The exhibition is curated by Bernard Aikema with the collaboration of Andrew John Martin and is produced by Palazzo Reale and the City of Milan-Cultura.

For info:

Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Monday from 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Thursday and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Tickets: Full 12 euros, reduced 10 euros for children and young people from 6 to 26 years old, groups (minimum 15 maximum 25 people), over 65, disabled, military, police not on duty, teachers, Touring Club and FAI members, Musei Civici Milanesi card, Lunedìmusei card and Mito Card holders.

Special reduced 6 euros for schools, non-accredited journalists, groups organized directly by Touring Club and FAI, journalists with ODG card with current year stamp and other conventions, Summer School students.

Free for children under the age of 6, licensed tour guides with ID card, one chaperone per group, two chaperones per school group, one chaperone per disabled person presenting a need, journalists accredited by the City’s Press Office or the exhibition press office, employees of the Soprintendenza ai Beni Paesaggistici e Architettonici di Milano, ICOM members.

Image: Albrecht Dürer, Adoration of the Magi (1504, oil on panel, 100 x 114; Florence, Uffizi)

Albrecht Dürer's works coming to Milan's Royal Palace
Albrecht Dürer's works coming to Milan's Royal Palace

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