The art of Brescia shines in Milan

“Adoration of the shepherds”: the work is today unanimously recognized by the Venetian painter Bernardino Licinio and assigned, for stylistic reasons, to the years around 1530

“Adoration of the shepherds”: the work is today unanimously recognized by the Venetian painter Bernardino Licinio and assigned, for stylistic reasons, to the years around 1530

Ever closer, ever more connected, ever more aligned in the harmony of cultural intentions in the 2023 projection: therefore, the exhibition entitled «The Renaissance of Bergamo and Brescia appears emblematic from this point of view. Lotto, Moretto, Savoldo, Moroni ”, curated by Francesco Frangi and Simone Facchinetti and presented yesterday morning in Milan, at Palazzo Marino, where it will remain set up and open to visitors from today to January 16. “An extraordinary tribute to the artistic heritage of our territory – underlined the mayor Emilio Del Bono -, as well as a celebration of the work of the great Renaissance masters from Brescia and Bergamo that anticipates the initiatives that will see the two cities of eastern Lombardy as protagonists, elected Capital of Culture for the year 2023 ». (…)

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