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The Renaissance. Now! From Raffaello to Titian



The Renaissance. Now! From Raffaello to Titian

Paintings from 16th c. Italy


The Renaissance. Now - from Raffaello to Titian

- paintings from 16th c. Italy

23 September 2016 - 15 January 2017

This is the first time that Raffaello’s paintings will be exhibited in Finland. The exhibition presents approximately 50 large oil paintings by Italian Renaissance artists who worked in Lombardy, Venice and Milan between 1500 and 1600. Along with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, Raffaello and Titian are some of the biggest names in Italian Renaissance art. The exhibition also marks the first time that works by other important artists, including Lorenzo Lotto, Tintoretto, Girolamo Romanino and Giovanni Battista Moroni, have been exhibited in Finland. The exhibition will include works by over 20 different artists.The Renaissance brought to art a more realistic study of human anatomy and space and new kinds of subjects. In addition to religious themes, painters now depicted more secular subjects, such as scenes from Antiquity, landscapes and portraits.  The paintings in the exhibition are primarily on loan from Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo in Brescia, one of the most important museums in the Lombardy region in Italy.    The exhibition also features an exhibition catalogue in Finnish and public events. The exhibition curator is Elena Lucchesi Ragni and the exhibition organiser is Davide Sandrini / StArt.Displayed in rooms 127–132 on the first floor of the museum, the exhibition will be open from Friday 23 September 2016 to Sunday 15 January 2017. Preliminary information on the exhibition:- Head of Exhibitions Minerva Keltanen tel. +358 295 33 6463, Curator Aino-Maija Kaila tel. +358 295 33 6362,

Photo: Raffaello Sanzio: Christ the Redeemer Blessing (ca. 1505-1506, detail)



Data: Da Ven 23 Set 2016 a Dom 15 Gen 2017

Organizzato da : National Museum of Finland

In collaborazione con : Italian Cultural Institute

Ingresso : A pagamento


National Museum of Finland, Mannerheimintie 34, He