LA MAPPA DELLE GUIDE

  GUIDE

LE GUIDE DELLE CITTÀ D'ARTE ITALIANE

 
Guide Torino
Guide Genova
Guide Milano
Guide Palermo
Guide Caserta
Guide Napoli
Guide Roma
Guide Firenze
Guide Firenze
Guide Venezia Unica
Guide Venezia
Guide Vicenza
Guide Aquileia
Guide Bologna
Guide Lecce
 

Artisti

ARTISTI | Caravaggio

Michelangelo Merisi

1571 - 1610 Formatosi in patria con il bergamasco Simone Peterzano, si trasferì a Roma nel 1592 dove iniziò lavorando con pittori come Antiveduto Grammatica e il Cavalier d’Arpino. Ammalatosi, ... >
ARTISTI | Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

1881 - 1973 >
ARTISTI | Michelangelo

Michelangelo Buonarroti

1475 - 1564 Fu scultore, pittore, architetto e poeta. Entrò dapprima nella bottega di Domenico Ghirlandaio (1488) e poco dopo nel circolo artistico del giardino di San Marco, patrocinato da Lorenzo il Magnifico. ... >
ARTISTI | Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh

1853 - 1890 Appartenente a una famiglia di orefici e mercanti d’arte, nacque da un pastore protestante. Nel 1869 iniziò a lavorare per la casa d’arte Goupil, per la quale realizzava riproduzioni ... >
ARTISTI | Andrea Mantegna

Andrea Mantegna

1431 - 1506 Formatosi nella bottega padovana dello Squarcione, viene a contatto con le novità dei toscani di passaggio (Filippo Lippi, Paolo Uccello, Andrea del Castagno, Donatello). Si distingue per la perfetta ... >

Guide d'autore

GUIDE D'AUTORE

Francesco Piccolo

writer Originally from Caserta (he was born in the Campanian city in 1964), Francesco Piccolo has now been living in Rome for some years. He has carved out a leading role for himself among authors with countless ... >
GUIDE D'AUTORE

Piero Pizzi Cannella

Painter Piero Pizzi Cannella was born in 1955 in Rocca di Papa (Rome). He began painting when he was a child. In 1975, he began to attend the Accademia di Belle Arti of Rome and at the same time, he enrolled in ... >
GUIDE D'AUTORE

Achille Bonito Oliva

art critic He has lived in Rome since  1968, where he began his adventures as an art critic and professor of the history of contemporary art on the faculty of architecture at the University of  “La ... >
GUIDE D'AUTORE

Philippe Daverio

art critic Born on 17 October 1949, in Mulhouse (Alsace), to an Italian father and a French mother, Philippe Daverio is an art critic and historian who enjoys a great deal of popularity with the public thanks to ... >
GUIDE D'AUTORE

Fabio Isman

Writer Fabio Isman, born in Monza to a family from Trieste, he lives in Rome. He has been a journalist forIl Messaggero for 40 years and has worked for the Piccolo and the Gazzettino as well. In Italy and abroad, ... >

Opere

OPERE | Andrea Mantegna

Natura Morta

>
OPERE | Giorgio Morandi

Battistero

Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro >
OPERE | Bramante

Abside

Duomo >
OPERE | Bramante

Campanile

Chiesa di San Samuele >
OPERE | Bramante

Autoritratto

Biblioteca Reale This is considered the only real portrait of the artist and it is still the image popularly associated with the great genius of the Renaissance. It dates back to the last years of Leonardo’s life, ... >

itinerari

ITINERARI

Dorsoduro. The walk of Venetians

Once the first ray of sun comes out, the Venetians pour out onto Dorsoduro, on the quay which runs along the Giudecca Canal. Zattere, this is the name of the walk that starts next to the Cruise Station ... >
ITINERARI

The city of progress and innovation

The XVIII-century positivist mark left its trace in the botanic garden of Parco del Valentino, in the criminology collections of Museo Lombroso and in the duplicates of the Fruits Museum, one of the first ... >
ITINERARI

From Saint Mark’s Square to Rialto. A walk along the historic Mercerie (haberdashery)

After crossing the threshold of the Clock Tower you are led into a street crowded with tourists and stores, called the Mercerie, a maze of alleys and bridges which historically stores of every type used ... >
ITINERARI

Out and about in the city with the kids

The lagoon with its gondolas and boats, the intricate marble design on the facade of palaces, the bridges that lead from one side of the canals to the other and the maze of narrow streets: all of these ... >
ITINERARI

The Great War and nationalism

The 'Via Sacra' which skirts the ruined river port, links the majestic relics of the Roman period and the basilica complex: Roman-ness and Christianity. The cemetery of heroes behind the basilica tells ... >