Until June 2, a major monographic exhibition of over two hundred masterpieces including paintings, drawings and works of art by the artist as part of the Celebrations for the 500 years since his deat
From 5 March
The exhibition, curated by Marzia Faietti and Matteo Lafranconi with the contribution of Vincenzo Farinella and Francesco Paolo Di Teodoro, reconstructs the complex creative path of Raffaello Sanzio who died in Rome on April 6, 1520, at the age of 37 and collects a vast body of autographed works brought together for the first time in the world, such as the Madonna del Granduca, Santa Cecilia, Madonna Alba, the Portrait of Baldassarre Castiglione, the Self-portrait with a friend, the Madonna della Rosa and the famous Veiled. Over 200 masterpieces exhibited to the public constitute the richness and uniqueness of an exhibition that would not have been possible without the contribution of the prestigious Italian and world museums that participated and enriched the exhibition with their collections: among these the Uffizi Gallery, the Pinacoteca di Bologna, the Vatican Museums, the Louvre, the National Gallery and the British Museum in London, the Prado Museum, the Albertina in Vienna and the National Gallery of Art of Washington.
SCUDERIE DEL QUIRINALE. Via XXIV Maggio, 16. Information and reservations: Tel. 0292897722. Admission: full €17.50, reduced €15.50. For groups and schools its compulsory to book via firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening hours: from Sunday to Thursday 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-10.30 p.m. (admission allowed until 1h before closing time)