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The exhibition “Tapestry in the Renaissance of Gonzaga” Palazzo Te in Mantova | Traveling Easy
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The exhibition “Tapestry in the Renaissance of Gonzaga” Palazzo Te in Mantova | Traveling Easy

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Written by Michela | 15 March, 2010 9:01

a Mantova, toPalazzo Te, of Saturday Sunday 14 March to 27 June 2010 is open to the public shows “Tapestry in the Renaissance of Gonzaga. From Mantegna to Raphael and Giulio Romana”. The exhibition is curated by Guy Delmarcel, in collaboration with Nello Forti Grazzini, The Stephen and Lucy Meoni Occaso.
On display are a selection of tapestries the most beautiful belonged to Gonzaga (trantaquattro works) and completed during the Renaissance, together with some documentary evidence.

The famous GonzagaMessrs of Mantova bought thesetapestries from from Four hundred. But it was in Five hundred Tapestry knew that buying a large increase by the interest shown towards this particular art of the three sons of Francesco II Gonzaga andof Isabella d'Este: Federico II, Hercules and Ferrante.All these artifacts were made by Flemish artisans.

In addition, a Palazzo Te are exposed to a selection of documents, including easier, Inventory and Testament, coming from the State of Mantua and one in Parma.

The exhibition which was set to Palazzo Te if sezione to complete the Diocesan Museum of Francesco Gonzaga, where it is placed permanently in a series of six tapestries with religious subjects commissioned by Francesco Gonzaga, and the section to Museo di Palazzo Ducale where, instead, is constantly exposed to the cycle Acts.

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