“Novecento Sedotto” Art Exhibition in Florence
Until 1st May 2011 at Villa Bardini in Florence you can visit the exhibition “Novecento Sedotto. The charm of the Seventeenth century between the two Wars”. It is certainly a step to include in your cultural itinerary through Florence, that you can visit by taking advantage from Ars Hotels Group’s offers.
The exhibition “Novecento Sedotto” in Florence is dedicated to the rediscovery of pictorial art of the seventeenth century, which occurred in Italy in the first half of the twentieth century: you can see 50 paintings by Velasquez, De Chirico and Caravaggeschi, which reconstruct an exciting relationship between ancient and modern, in an original dialogue between the seventeenth and twentieth century.
The Italian painters of twenties, thirties and forties of the Twentieth century – as this exhibition clearly points out – showed a particular interest in the works of Caravaggi o, landscapes and still lifes, paintings of Bolognese, Neapolitan and Spanish art school (Velázquez in particular) as well as the great baroque decoration, taking up those atmosphere in their works.
So the exhibition Novecento Sedotto in Florence traces an exciting journey through the ages, and it is also a chance to admire the beautiful Villa and Garden Bardini, which offers a wonderful scenic view of Florence.
The exhibition is available for visits from Tuesday to Sunday. Opening time: from 10:00 to 18:00.
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