But also many other museums of international importance have contributed to enrich the exhibition with masterpieces from their collections: among these, in Italy, the National Galleries of Ancient Art, the National Art Gallery of Bologna, the Museum and Real Bosco di
Capodimonte, the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, the Brescia Museums Foundation, and abroad, in addition to the Vatican Museums, the Louvre, the National Gallery of London, the Prado Museum, the National Gallery of
Art in Washington, the Albertina in Vienna, the British Museum, the Royal Collection, the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, the MusÃ©e des Beaux-Arts in Lille. Overall, more than 200 works will be on display.
The exhibition, which finds inspiration particularly in Raphael's fundamental Roman period and who consecrated him as an artist of unparalleled and legendary grandeur, tells the whole complex and articulated creative path with richness of detail.
It will include beloved and famous creations all over the world, such as, just to name a few, the Madonna del Granduca from the Uffizi Galleries, the Santa Cecilia from the Pinacoteca in Bologna, the Madonna Alba from the National Gallery in Washington, the Portrait of Baldassarre Castiglione and the Self-portrait with friend from the Louvre, the
Madonna della Rosa dal Prado, the famous Veiled again from the Uffizi.
(source: Il Messaggero)