Mantegna by Isabella D’Este

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When we go through history we have standardized temporal spaces where it is immediate to recognize and position the element that has taken part, it becomes easy to disquisition Renaissance, almost natural and therefore almost trivial. The work of Andrea Mantegna, dated 1502, is to be considered as an important filament in the rich Renaissance […]

The “Memento Mori”……….and the transience of life in Jan Brueghel the Elder

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One aspect that always fascinates when we are faced with the beauty of art is that related to the meanings of allegories. An allegory gives the sense of what is the reference to an exemplary attitude, is a revisitation of a concept that we may have verified in our existence, or that we have not […]