This morning the exhibit Raffaello e Urbino was presented at the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino.
Urbino is Raphael’s hometown and his art is strongly determined by his town, his father Giovanni Santi and the cultural and artistic environment he grew in.
Together with paintings of Giovanni Santi and more painters that worked in Urbino during the last decades of the XV Century, the expo will show 20 paintings and 19 drawings by Raphael himself, all of them masterpieces of his early production.
One section of the expo will show pieces of one of the most important artisanal productions of the area: majolica. The pieces reproduce images by Raphael.
The expo begins on April 5th 2009 and ends on July 12th 2009: do not miss it!
Some of the works that you’ll be able to see in Urbino that are not usually here:
Autoritratto (usually in Firenze, Galleria degli Uffizi)
San Michele (usually in Paris, Louvre)
Busto di angelo (usually in Brescia, Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo)
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