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Masolino's Year at the Dawn of the Renaissance. What the Empoli exhibition looks like

Masolino's Year at the Dawn of the Renaissance. What the Empoli exhibition looks like

Carlo Bertelli was convinced that Masolino da Panicale's voice had begun to take on an "already entirely personal" timbre in Empoli's works. The scholar had in mind especially Christ in Pity, the monumental fresco that a then already 40-year-old Tomm...
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In Empoli the largest ever exhibition on Masolino da Panicale

In Empoli the largest ever exhibition on Masolino da Panicale

In Empoli, on the occasion of the sixth centenary since the creation of the Cycle of the True Cross for the church of Santo Stefano, the Museo della Collegiata di Sant'Andrea and the church of Santo Stefano itself will be transformed into a stage ded...
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Florence, Rustici Codex goes to Palazzo Vecchio: shows what early Renaissance Florence was like

Florence, Rustici Codex goes to Palazzo Vecchio: shows what early Renaissance Florence was like

The Codex Rustici, a work by Marco di Bartolomeo Rustici (Florence, 1392 - 1457), is the focus of the exhibition Codex Rustici: A Renaissance Look at Today's Florence set up in the Cortile di Michelozzo of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence from April 5 to ...
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Arezzo, a rich program of exhibitions to celebrate Giorgio Vasari 450 years after his death

Arezzo, a rich program of exhibitions to celebrate Giorgio Vasari 450 years after his death

Arezzo is preparing to celebrate one of its greatest sons, Giorgio Vasari (Arezzo, 1511 - Florence, 1574) on the 450th anniversary of his death, with a long schedule of dedicated events: Arezzo. The City of Vasari, this is the name of the program, is...
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In Paris and Milan, Maurizio Canesso Galleries celebrate 30 years with two exhibitions

In Paris and Milan, Maurizio Canesso Galleries celebrate 30 years with two exhibitions

From May 16 to June 28, 2024, in Maurizio Canesso's two Galleries, one in Paris and the second in Milan, one can admire paintings of the highest caliber, Evaristo Bachenis, Bernardo Strozzi, Alessandro Magnasco, Gian Paolo Lomazzo, Giuseppe Bonito, G...
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Sandro Botticelli's Primavera, the very image of the beautiful season

Sandro Botticelli's Primavera, the very image of the beautiful season

When one thinks of a work of art that succeeds in embodying the essence of spring, probably the image that will most easily come to mind will be that of Botticelli's Primavera , at the risk of being a bit trite. Few paintings, however, have reached t...
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Urbino, what to see: the 10 places to visit in the city of the Renaissance

Urbino, what to see: the 10 places to visit in the city of the Renaissance

Urbino, a city located in the hills of the Marche region, has gained international fame for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage. However, its notoriety is not only due to its artistic riches, but also to its history and the key role it p...
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The Madonna of Albinea, Correggio's masterpiece in the heart of the Italian Renaissance

The Madonna of Albinea, Correggio's masterpiece in the heart of the Italian Renaissance

The Madonna of Albinea, painted by Correggio in 1519, stands as a singular compositional and executive pivot at a temporal juncture of the height of the Italian Renaissance; that artistic phenomenon that had already reached the "great manner" and tha...
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