“The Great Beauty” goes through “Da Raffaello a Schiele”

Promoted by the city, Palazzo Reale – Milan– inaugurates a new series of exhibits that allows visitors access to world museums art collections, some of which are, for the first time, available to the general public. First on calendar, curated by Stefano Zuffi and open until February 7th, 2016, Da Raffaello a Schiele presents 76 artwork pieces from the Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts, with masterpieces ranging from Medieval Period to the 20th century.

Produced and organized by Palazzo Reale, Arthemisia Group e 24 ORE Cultura – Gruppo 24 ORE, in collaboration with Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts and Hungarian National Museum, Da Raffaello a Schiele is a unique opportunity to admire masterpieces from Leonardo, Rembrandt, Parmigianino, Annibale Carracci, Van Gogh, Heintz and Schiele, with sketches and drawings both on paper and bronze included as preparations works. Exposed also are El Greco, Dürer, Rubens and Diego Velázquez masterpieces, among many others.

The exhibition follows the same layout of the official home, the Hungarian Museum. The body of works reveals, room after room, the spectacular beauty of the arts in showing wonders of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries including the Age of the Baroque, Symbolism, Expressionism and the Avant-garde movements.

In visioning this major artwork collection, it is easy to get raptured by the Madonnas, still life works, bucolic country scenes and iconic Venetian canals –nowaday disappeared, all offering the unmissable chance to get back in time and to admire some of the biggest names and hidden gems of European art.



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