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A brief report just for you from my preview of the spectacular Via della Seta Exhibition at Palazzo Quirinale in Rome, opening December 6, 2016 and closing February 27, 2017. The exhibition analyzes the role of cartography, giving prominence to one of the most superb maps that ever reached modern times: the Fra Mauro map.
From now until the 25 January, “Pierre Sala’s Little Book of Love” is on display in the “Lyon Renaissance Arts et Humanisme” exhibition in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon.
Discover the artistic and literary environment of Renaissance Florence in this hands-on experience fostered by the Art Gallery of Ontario.
The world of Renaissance come to life in this incredible exhibition at the Getty Museum, where paintings by Giotto, Pacino di Buonaguida and other Italian Masters are presented to the public in all their glory.
The Afterlife has always been a fascinating subject for Men. The exhibition at the Getty Museum explores this recurrent theme with the illustrations of Simon Marmion.
Royal Manuscripts: The Genius of Illumination is the British Library’s first major exhibition to bring together the Library’s Royal collection, between the 9th and 16th centuries. This dazzling exhibition will debunk the myth that these were ‘the Dark Ages’ by showcasing beautiful artistic artifacts. Curated by Dr Scot McKendrick, Head of History and Classical Studies, […]
For the first time the Vatican Secret Archives are open to the public. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!