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WHEN BEAUTY ADORNED VIRTUE – Welcome into Renaissance fashion

How to Dress in Renaissance Fashion During Renaissance, pieces of clothing are scarce, so, you can look pictorial media to understand what was fashionable. Maybe, you do not know, but if a dress was torn, it was reuse as a clothing for children. Also at that time Italy was a fashion forerunner, so, nothing better Italian portraiture to understand what …

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ITALIAN RENAISSANCE POETS, IN ADVANCE OF THEIR TIMES – Famous Italian poets and their remarkable works, in the shadow of Raffaello Sanzio

As good as Raphael, but as a poet In the Italy that you might visit, consider exploring its streets and creative horizons from the time of the painter Raffaello Sanzio. You will discover that “Il beccafico” was the title of a poem, which is the name of a bird belonging to the Italian wildlife, as well as a restaurant in …

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PETRARCHISM AND THE ITALIAN MADRIGAL – Phenomenology of literary communication at the time of Mattio Rampollini

When musical originality is faithful to tradition In their role as guardians, playing a primitive oboe, the municipal minstrels garrisoned the city towers of the fourteenth century and sensed the imminence of danger. In Germany, they were assign a trumpet with which to warn the passage of a ship on the river. They also learned to ring the bells in …

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BIRTH OF A GENIUS OF ART – Urbino, Good Friday of April 6, 1483, at three in the morning

Raffaello Sanzio and his Renaissance season At this moment, when the painter of grace and beauty died, an earthquake shook Rome and a storm obscured the sun. For Giorgio Vasari, Raffaello Sanzio was fond of women and carnal delights. Marcantonio Michiel, on the other hand, narrated that on the death of the great painter from Urbino, cracks were create inside …

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LUCAS VAN LEYDEN MASTERPIECE AT THE RIJKSMUSEUM

The painting was commissioned for the Church of St Peter in Leiden. The triptych is the jewel in the crown of Museum De Lakenhal in Leiden. Now the Last Judgement is on show in the Rijksmuseum’s Gallery. https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en Over the last 450 years, the altarpiece has left Leiden only for brief periods. The Last Judgement by Lucas van Leyden is …

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LUCAS VAN LEYDEN (1494/1533), DUTCH PAINTER – Pictorial art, according to the Renaissance style

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