Exhibitions

DOPO LEONARDO. FRANCESCO SALVIATI E IL DISEGNO NELLA FIRENZE DEL ‘500

Torino (TO) 31-10-2019 / 16-02-2020

The death of Leonardo marked the beginning of the historical period known as "Mannerism".

The creativity and technical ability of the Tuscan master where inherited by the most important Florentine artists of the 16th century, who dedicated themselves to the art of drawing making it an instrument of social self-promotion.

Among the most famous there was certainly Francesco de' Rossi, called Il Salviati, who in 1544, commissioned by Cosimo I de Medici, painted the Sala delle Udienze of Palazzo Vecchio with the "Storie di Furio Camillo". A cycle whose iconographic complexity can be seen also in many preparatory drawings, among which the one for the "Allegoria dell'Arno", which has recently become part of the collection of the Accorsi-Ometto Museum of Torino and which, on the occasion of the 2019 celebrations of Leonardo, will be displayed to the public.

When

Thursday 31 October 2019 / Sunday 16 February 2020
Closed: Monday

Opening Hours

Monday:
Closed
Tuesday:
10:00-13:00 , 14:00-18:00
Wednesday:
10:00-13:00 , 14:00-18:00
Thursday:
10:00-13:00 , 14:00-18:00
Friday:
10:00-13:00 , 14:00-18:00
Saturday:
10:00-13:00 , 14:00-19:00
Sunday:
10:00-13:00 , 14:00-19:00

Tickets

€ 0,00 Free the disabled; Kids under 12; Abbonamento Musei holders; Torino+Piemonte Card owners
€ 0,00 Free
€ 5,00 Full

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