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ongoing Lorenzo Lotto

The show

The charm of the history of art arises from the works, from the authors and is enriched by encounters, real and ideal, occurred or imagined, encounters of themes, ways, inspirations, of a common feeling and talent that today, centuries later, continues to fascinate us, continues to make us think of those artists as masters and of those encounters with enchantment.


Lorenzo Lotto. Encounters imagined for the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo renews that wonder, thanks to extraordinary loans, talks to us about one of the most fascinating protagonists in the history of art and, together, tells of those encounters, through dialogues proposed with some of the artists of the Collection.


The protagonist is therefore Lotto (1480 – 1556/1557) and the meetings are those with the masters, almost the same age, of the sixteenth century in Brescia such as Savoldo (around 1480 – post 1548), Romanino (around 1484 – 1566) and Moretto (1492-1495 circa – 1554). The itinerary, inside the rooms of the Pinacoteca, is created thanks to five works by the sixteenth-century Venetian genius, four coming from loans and one present in the Tosio collection.

Gallery

Works on display

Timetable and tickets

Address

Via Martinengo da Barco, 1
25121 Brescia

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