Étiqueté : Giulio Romano

Séminaire : Barbara Furlotti, « The Long Road to Success. Giulio Romano between Rome and Mantua », en ligne, 11 janvier-8 février 2024

In his Lives of the Artists (1568), Giorgio Vasari describes Giulio Romano (1492 or 1499/1546) as “inventive, versatile, prolific”, but also “jovial, affable, gracious and absolutely abounding in the finest manners”. Having met Giulio in Mantua and having spent a few days leafing through his outstanding collection of drawings, Vasari’s opinion was based on first-hand experience. For him, Giulio embodied the ideal Italian Renaissance artist: someone who possessed a prodigious talent and the manners of...

Exposition : « Giulio Romano – Intorno a un disegno della Collezione Hertz », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, du 10 juillet au 6 octobre 2023

This research exhibition focuses on one of Giulio Romano’s preparatory drawings for the famous fresco cycle created for the great hall of the Villa Lante on the Janiculum Hill, today preserved in Palazzo Zuccari. The recent restoration of the drawing The Liberation of Cloelia (in the collection of the Bibliotheca Hertziana) has provided an opportunity to highlight the special appreciation for Italian Renaissance art of Henriette Hertz, cosmopolitan collector, and the founder of the Bibliotheca...

Colloque : Gernsheim Study Days: Accident or Strategy. The Collecting of Drawings in 16th and 17th Century Italy, Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 10-12 mai 2023

With the overriding question of whether collectors purchased strategically or amassed drawings by accident, the Gernsheim Study Days at the Bibliotheca Hertziana in May 2023 will examine the full breadth of this early moment in the history of collecting works on paper. Gernsheim Study Days: Accident or Strategy. The Collecting of Drawings in 16th and 17th Century Italy Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte Rom Location: Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, 00187 Roma and online...

Conférence : Barbara Furlotti, Guido Rebecchini, « Giulio Romano : The Power of Things – Re-Imagining Renaissance Design », Londres, The Courtauld Institute, 28 novembre 2022, 17h

Dr Barbara Furlotti and Dr Guido Rebecchini will discuss their recent experience of curating an exhibition on Renaissance design at the Palazzo Te, Mantua. Inaugurated in October 2022, the exhibition includes objects in different media and the largest selection of design drawings by Giulio Romano assembled so far. Displayed in close connection with the palace’s mural decorations, the exhibits – which include drawings, prints, silverware, paintings and tapestry – bring to the visitors’ attention their...

Conférence en ligne : Barbara Furlotti, Eroticism, emulation, and censorship: the ‘Two Lovers’ by Giulio Romano, 10 février, 5 pm (GMT)

Giulio Romano (1492/1499-1546), Raphael’s favourite pupil, played a key role in the awakening of a new approach to eroticism in Renaissance art. Engaging with openly pornographic subjects and more traditional mythological themes, such as the loves of the gods, Giulio became one of the most imaginative and provocative Renaissance painters of erotically charged scenes. This paper focuses on the most puzzling of his erotic paintings: the Two Lovers from the Hermitage. Relying on recent conservation...

Appel à contribution : Early-Modern Design: Processes and Practices, RSA, Dublin, du 30 mars au 2 avril 2022, date limite le 22 juillet 2021

Today, the notion of design is inextricably linked to modernist mass-production. Early-modern artists also received briefs for designing elegant yet functional objects to embellish the environment in which their patrons lived. These objects were the result of intense collaboration which called upon artistic ingenuity, sophisticated craftsmanship and technological advances. However, unlike modern design objects, early modern design creations were unique, exclusive, and competitive in their originality and invention. The case of Giulio Romano (c. 1492...

Exposition : “Giulio Romano Experience”, Mantoue, Palazzo Te, jusqu’au 30 juin 2020

L’anno delle celebrazioni dedicate a Giulio Romano prosegue e Palazzo Te ospiterà, dal 1 febbraio a 30 giugno 2020, la #GiulioRomanoExperience, promossa dal Comune di Mantova e organizzata da Fondazione Palazzo Te in collaborazione con Electa. Allestita nella sale monumentali di Palazzo Te a Mantova, la mostra multimediale, progettata e realizzata da Punto Rec Studios e da Visivalab, coinvolgerà il visitatore in un percorso spettacolare, ripercorrendo la figura e la carriera dell’artista da Roma a Mantova,...

Exposition : « Raphael and His Circle », Londres, National Gallery of Art, du 16 février au 14 juin 2020

Raphael (1483–1520) was one of the greatest artistic figures working in the Western classical tradition. In celebration of the 500th anniversary of his death, the Gallery presents 25 prints and drawings in an intimate installation. The works will illustrate how the combination of artistic traditions, wide range, and immediate influence of Raphael’s art shaped the standard of aesthetic excellence for later artists, connoisseurs, and scholars. The exhibition features four drawings by Raphael: the sheet from...

Conférence : Laura Angelucci et Roberta Serra, “Présentation d’exposition ‘Con nuova e stravagante maniera, Giulio Romano a Mantova'”, Paris, Musée du Louvre, auditorium, 12 décembre 2019 à 12h30

Conférence : Laura Angelucci et Roberta Serra, “Présentation d’exposition ‘Con nuova e stravagante maniera, Giulio Romano a Mantova’”, Paris, Musée du Louvre, auditorium, 12 décembre 2019 à 12h30   Soixante-douze dessins du département des Arts graphiques sont présentés au Palazzo Ducale de Mantoue depuis le 6 octobre au cœur d’une grande exposition dédiée à la carrière artistique de Giulio Romano (1492 ou 1499 – 1546), de ses débuts à Rome, aux côtés de son maître...

Exposition : « Giulio Romano: Arte e Desiderio », Mantoue – Palazzo Te, du 6 octobre 2019 au 6 janvier 2020

Palazzo Te torna a celebrare, a distanza di trent’anni dalla grande monografica del 1989, il genio di Giulio Romano con la mostra Giulio Romano: Arte e Desiderio, dal 6 ottobre 2019 al 6 gennaio 2020. L’esposizione, a cura di Barbara Furlotti, Guido Rebecchini e Linda Wolk-Simon, è parte integrante del programma di mostre ed eventi Giulio Romano è Palazzo Te (settembre 2019 – giugno 2020), promosso dalla Fondazione Palazzo Te e dal Comune di Mantova,...

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