Archive for April, 2014

CARLO SARACENI. A VENETIAN BETWEEN ROME AND EUROPE

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

It opens at the Accademia Art Gallery a large anthological exhibition dedicated to Carlo Saraceni (1579-1620), seventeenth-century Venetian painter of great repute.
The artist, although he was very attached to its territory, has spent most of career in Rome, where he was known simply as “the Venetian”.
In the eternal city he received his most important purchasers, helping to make great the Venetian footprint outside the borders of the Serenissima.

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Titian, a self-portrait. Autography problems in Titianesque graphics

Friday, April 4th, 2014


At The Correr Museum you can admire a fascinating self-portrait found by a few years and attributed to Titian Vecellio.
The drawing, on loan from a private collection, is one of the most original initiatives among the exhibitions organized in the Lagoon at this time, which allows the public to admire the representation of himself that the ‘big old’ wanted to consign to history.

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