(ANSAmed) – ROME, DEC 02 – Milan and Florence joined forces for artwork with 4 masterpieces of Florentine and Tuscan artwork, made between the years 1300 and 1400, protagonists of the normal Christmas exhibition at Palazzo Marino, Milan’s city corridor .
The exhibition known as ‘La Carità e la Bellezza’ (charity and wonder) will open on Friday and can stay open till January 15, 2023.
It’s going to exhibit Sandro Botticelli’s Madonna and Little one, Fra’ Angelico’s Adoration of the Magi, Filippo Lippi’s Madonna and Little one, and Charity, a sculpture by Tino di Camaino from Siena.
The appointment with artwork, free for all residents, this 12 months consists of the opposite eight municipalities the place, beginning on December 13, exhibitions shall be opened in libraries within the space with masterpieces from varied establishments within the metropolis, targeted on the theme of charity and wonder, together with 4 work from the 1600s and 4 from the 1800s and 1900s.
Milan metropolis councilor for tradition Tommaso Sacchi hailed the “cultural federalism” between Milan and Florence “within the title of tradition and artwork.” He stated that the pattern “for the primary time is multiplied in 4” exhibitions.
The present in Palazzo Marino’s Sala Alessi, curated by Stefano Zuffi and Domenico Piraina, presents a particular configuration of lights and materials, absolutely sustainable and recyclable, recreating a recent model of a cathedral.
The luxurious sculpture Caridad by Tino di Camaino greets the general public. It remained for about two centuries on the entrance to the Baptistery of the Duomo in Florence, a symbolic monument of Florence, and was later exhibited by the Opera del Duomo Museum.
Within the heart of the room, amid silk drapes, is the Madonna and Little one, painted in 1500 by Sandro Botticelli, now on show on the Stibbert Museum.
Additionally on show is the Madonna and Little one from the Medici Riccardi Palace by Filippo Lippi, one of many painter’s final and most full masterpieces.
The refined framework of the Fra’ Angelico tabernacle, now on mortgage, will arrive in Milan on December 20.
The jewel within the Museum of San Marco in Florence dates from about 1430.
Charity and Magnificence was additionally organized because of the funding supplied by Intesa Sanpaolo and the help of Rinascente. (ANSAMed).
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