5 marzo - 16 giugno 2013 From the 25th march to the 2nd november 1935 Venice honour Tiziano Vecellio with an exhibition of prime importance, still one of the most important of the history
The Chiostro del Bramante hosts from 18 December 2012 to 2 June 2013 an exhibition of the Brueghel family. Wonders of Flemish art is the first major exhibition ever held in Rome dedicated to the famous family of artists. A unique opportunity to admire the masterpieces of an entire dynasty of exceptional talent, active between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. A journey through history, family and painting along 150 years
It will be the Museo di Roma Palazzo Braschi to accommodate from 5 December 2012 to 7 April 2013 the exhibition Canova. The sign of glory. Drawings, paintings and sculptures. The 79 drawings were selected from around 1800 which are the largest in the world collection of drawings by an artist, given to mid-nineteenth century to the newly opened Museum of Bassano by Giambattista Sartori Canova, the artist s half-brother and heir. The drawings are accompanied by 15 etchings of the works, 6 original plaster models, 4 tempera, an oil painting, pottery and two marbles that let you see the transition from the concept phase to the realization of the work. A choice that offers a unique historical context of Europe between eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, clarifying the role of Canova as the first artist of modernity.