"Knowing how to draw" in the Renaissance

"Knowing how to draw" in the Renaissance
#Exhibitions

If once drawing was a simple "study" and "preparation" tool used by artists, in the Renaissance it established itself as one of the languages ​​that best demonstrated the growing appreciation for individual creativity, establishing itself as a means through which to explore new ideas, studying new forms of composition, witnessing the surrounding world. The collection of drawings at Buckingham Palace is one of the most important in the world in this field and one of the largest dedicated to Italian art. The exhibition Drawing the Italian Renaissance brings together over 160 drawings by more than 80 artists, offering a complete vision of how drawing during the Renaissance became a cornerstone of the creative process of great Masters such as Michelangelo, Raphael or Leonardo da Vinci.

Veronica Azzari - © 2024 ARTE.it for Bulgari Hotel London
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