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Il corpo e l'anima. Da Donatello a Michelangelo. Scultura italiana nel Rinascimento.

Milano, Castello Sforzesco, July 21 - October 24, 2021.
Edited by M. Bormand, Paolozzi Strozzi B. and F. Tasso.
Milano, 2021; paperback, pp. 512, 330 col. ill., cm 24x29.

cover price: € 45.00

Il corpo e l'anima. Da Donatello a Michelangelo. Scultura italiana nel Rinascimento.

Total price: € 45.00 € 231.00 add to cart carrello

Books included in the offer:

Il Rinascimento Italiano e l'Europa. Vol. II Umanesimo ed Educazione

Edited by G. Belloni and Drusi R.
Thiene, 2007; bound, pp. 736, ill., col. plates, cm 18x25.
(Il Rinascimento Italiano e l'Europa. 2).

FREE (cover price: € 75.00)

Il Rinascimento Italiano e l'Europa. Vol. II Umanesimo ed Educazione

Il Rinascimento italiano e l'Europa. Volume IV. Commercio e cultura mercantile

Edited by Franceschi F., Goldthwaite R. A. and Müller R. C.
Thiene, 2008; bound, pp. XIV-819, 153 b/w and col. ill., cm 17,5x25.
(Il Rinascimento italiano e l'Europa. Collana diretta da Giovanni Luigi Fontana e Luca Molà. 4).

FREE (cover price: € 95.00)

Il Rinascimento italiano e l'Europa. Volume IV. Commercio e cultura mercantile

La Luce del Rinascimento. Temi, Concetti, Dinamiche della Cultura Artistica Rinascimentale

Torino, 2011; paperback, pp. 120, b/w and col. ill., cm 11,5x18.

FREE (cover price: € 16.00)

La Luce del Rinascimento. Temi, Concetti, Dinamiche della Cultura Artistica Rinascimentale

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Vanvitelli. Gaspar Van Wittel

Robilant+Voena

London, Robilant Voena Gallery, November 19 novembre - 19 Dicembre 2008.
English Text.
Milano, 2008; clothbound, pp. 118, b/w ill., 30 col. plates, cm 28x24,5.

ISBN: 88-96009-02-2 - EAN13: 9788896009024

Subject: Monographs (Painting and Drawing)

Period: 1400-1800 (XV-XVIII) Renaissance

Places: Campania,Italy

Extra: Baroque & Rococo

Languages:  english text  

Weight: 0.66 kg


Bringing new scholarly research to light, ROBILANT + VOENA is pleased to announce the exhibition Italian Views from the early 1700s by Gaspar Van Wittel (1652-1736). With thirty loans from mainly British and Italian private collections such as Chatsworth, Compton Verney, The Holburne Museum of Art in Bath, Holkham Hall, Petworth House and many anonymous lenders, this exhibition will include works that have never been seen by the public before. Key examples completed during the early 1700s in Rome, its surrounding countryside as well as Naples, Florence, Bologna, Venice and some areas of Lombardy have been selected by Dr. Laura Laureati, the renowned scholar on the artist.
Highlights will include the Ripa Grande, Venice, View of the Riviera di Chiaia, Naples and The Tevere at San Giovanni dei Fiorentini.
An illustrated catalogue will be published to further our understanding of the catalogue raisonné written by Dr. Laureati's brother-in-law Dr. Giuliano Briganti and to include Italian views, some of which were unpublished in the 1996 monograph and have since been attributed to the Dutch painter.
This is the first such exhibition on Gaspar van Wittel outside of Italy, and we hope it will serve to give this hugely important artist a much overdue public reexamination.

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