08 mai 2010

Painting in Storage at Italian Ducal Palace May Be Raphael's

A view of a portrait which Italian art experts now believe to have been created by Renaissance genius Raphael in Florence, Italy, 07 May 2010. The painting had lain in storage in a ducal palace since the 1970s. At the time, experts said it was probably a 17th-century copy of a painting from the Raphael School. But Mario Scalini, an arts assessor, thinks it is actually an early version of a famous painting, the Madonna of the Pearl, which is held by the Prado Gallery in Madrid. EPA/STR. ROME (AP).- A finely painted portrait of... [Lire la suite]
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03 janvier 2010

Plaque en majolique du Duché d’Urbino représentant une Nativité, 1530-1550. Attribué à l’atelier d’Orazio Fontana, Duché d’Urbin

Plaque en majolique du Duché d’Urbino représentant une Nativité, 1530-1550. Attribué à l’atelier d’Orazio Fontana, Duché d’Urbino. Hauteur : 31,00 cm - Largeur : 23,50 cm. Prix sur demande Cette représentation de la Nativité est basée sur une peinture de Raffaello Sanzio, représentant la Sainte Famille réalisé vers 1510. Ce tableau est aujourd’hui conservé au Musée Condé de Chantilly connu sous le nom de la Madone de Lorette. Vandermeersch 21, quai Voltaire 75007 Paris - France. Tel : +33 1 42 61 23 10 - Fax : +33 1 49... [Lire la suite]
04 août 2009

Raphael's Renaissance Masterpiece @ The Portland Art Museum

Raphael, La Donna Velata, c. 1514-1516. Oil on canvas, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina, Florence, Italy PORTLAND, OR.- This October, the Portland Art Museum will present a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view Raphael's renowned painting The Woman with a Veil. This single-painting exhibition will bring one of the most important paintings of the Renaissance to Oregon for the first time. The Woman with a Veil (la velata or la donna velata) was painted in 1516 and depicts a serene woman looking intently at the viewer. It is... [Lire la suite]
29 mai 2009

"De Raphaël à Carracci. L’art de la Rome pontificale" @ National Gallery of Canada (NGC)

Raphael (1483–1520), Portrait of Bindo Altoviti, c. 1515, Oil on panel, 59.7 × 43.8 cm. Samuel H. Kress Collection. Image courtesy of the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Art, Washington OTTAWA.- The power, politics and drama that surrounded papal patronage in 16th-century Rome will be revealed in a magnificent new exhibition opening at the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) on May 29. From Raphael to Carracci: The Art of Papal Rome represents an unprecedented survey of art in this period. Presented by Sun Life... [Lire la suite]
23 mai 2009

'David Seidner: Paris Fashions, 1945' @ International Center of Photography New York

David Seidner, Lucien Lelong, 1990, © International Center of Photography, David Seidner Archive NEW YORK, NY.- David Seidner: Paris Fashions, 1945 presents photographs of a collection of couture-clad dolls made for the Théâtre de la Mode, a wildly creative effort by the French fashion industry to broadcast to the world that they were back in business after World War II. In 1990, contemporary fashion photographer David Seidner (1957–1999) was asked to photograph the dolls for a reconstruction of the original project. Through... [Lire la suite]
06 avril 2009

"Raphael and Urbino" @ Ducal Palace in Urbino, Italy

The painting "Knight's Dream" is an example of what can be seen in the exhibition “Raphael and Urbino” which opened at Ducal Palace in Urbino, Italy. Photo: EFE URBINO.- The city of Urbino (north of Italy) is remembering its most illustrious son, Renaissance painter Raphael, through a great exhibition that has gathered 40 of his works of art and another 40 by different artists of the time. The exhibition "Raphael and Urbino", organized by the Superintendency of Superintendency of Historical, Artistical and... [Lire la suite]
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24 février 2009

"From Raphael to Carracci: The Art of Papal Rome" @ the National Gallery of Canada

Alessandro Allori (1535–1607), Laocoon, c. late 1550s. Oil on panel, 73 x 57.2 cm. Private Collection, New York ONTARIO.- Italian art takes centre stage this spring and throughout the summer at the National Gallery of Canada (NGC). The major exhibition From Raphael to Carracci: The Art of Papal Rome, is on view exclusively at the NGC from May 29 until September 7, 2009, and examines Renaissance Rome through a careful selection of 150 exceptional paintings and drawings. Presented by Sun Life Financial, the works assembled for... [Lire la suite]
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