Titian at the Quirinal Stables
Titian at the Quirinal Stables. The Concert and La Bella from Palazzo Pitti, Flora from Uffizi Gallery, the Gozzi Altarpiece from Ancona, Danaë and the Shower of Gold from Capodimonte, Charles V with a Dog and the Self-portrait from the Prado, or the Flaying of Marsyas from Kromeriz are some of the most celebrated works of the great Venetian painter Titian (Pieve di Cadore, circa 1485 – Venice, 1576). These and many more are to go on display at the Scuderie del Quirinale in an exhibition designed to stand as the ideal conclusion to the sweeping overview of Venetian painting and the debate on the crucial role that it played in the renewal of culture in Italy and in Europe, promoted by the Scuderie del Quirinale in an analysis of the work of the leading players in the modern revolution in painting.
Titian’s entire artistic career will be represented at the highest level, decade by decade, underscoring his masterly sense of colour and the development of his brushwork, which proved capable of surpassing the boundaries of painterly imagination.
Titian at the Quirinal Stables exhibition site:
Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio 16, Rome
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