by 14 October to 30 January in Rome to Chiostro del Bramanteare showing great masters of Venetian painting from Pisanello to Titian, Tintoretto, Tiepolo. The exhibition entitled The Great Venetians, is an important event leading to the capital for the first time an extraordinary selection of masterpieces housed in the Academy of Carrara, Bergamo, currently closed for renovations that, started in 2008, should be concluded in 2013.
The exposure and’ was edited by John Villa Lecturer at the Faculty of Humanities' University of Bergamo, which chose eighty canvases and paints to illustrate four centuries of artistic evolution conducted in Veneto in the name of the color.
The exhibition has been designed to offer visitors a journey as it is represented in the paintings in the Accademia Carrara, by Fifteenth to the eighteenth century, iePisanello to Tiepolo. and’ known that this is one of the lines of larger regional school of painting in the collections of the museum, in relation to the cultural and political history of Bergamo, Long linked to Venice and the territory of the Serenissima Republic in the very period of four centuries considered.
In the first phase of the exhibition, The exhibition builds on the two personality’ of world-famousGiovanni Bellini and Carpaccio where Their works show that there are ways in which development’ the line of the Northern Renaissance, that follow’ color and lighting the way rather than’ perspective as in Florence. A great season that grows in Venice in the first 500 and then takes over’ long that the rest of Italy thanks to the independence policy of the Serenissima. The works of Titian and Palma Vecchio tell this wonderful stage, together with those ofin Vivarini, Bartholomew and Alvise,oppure diCariani and Previtali, and evenBasaiti the Cavazzola.
The protagonist in Venice and Bergamo for this season is Lorenzo Lotto, and after him also Tintoretto and Veronese, Bassano and Paris Bordon, who carry out almost until the end of the sixteenth century the extreme variations on the theme refined Renaissance.
Lasecond phase,invece, is the most complex and least known. In fact, the season resumes in seventeenth-century Venice, it deserves to be rediscovered for its charm and cultured again to the importance of its impact on Bergamo. This era is the rediscovery of Giorgione and a new literary classics that retrieves aspects of the early Renaissance. So Padovanino recalls the pomp ofTitian, Carpionipainted classical scenes, and painters likeRidolfiPeter or reinterpret old themes with elegance inspired by a revival convinced recovers formal aspects and content.
Third and last major phaseThis exhibition covers the artistic explosion of the eighteenth century: well-known and celebrated the end of the century, Venice has an amazing variety of interpretations of the world will. Extraordinary masterpieces meet in the holy painting by Tiepolo, but at the same time developing the look on the objective world which is manifested in performance and precise optical painters: Carlevarijs first and then Canaletto and Guardi, Bellotto, and then are the protagonists of this new focus, which is a very special aspect of the new secular culture and rational.
HOURS: Tuesday – Sunday 10.00-20.00
(The ticket office closes one hour before)
PRICES: Reduced € 8.00 on Tuesday for all Full price € 10.00 Boys (by 14 to 18 years ) € 8,00
Children (by 4 to 13 years) € 4,50