Many exhibitions staged lavish Rome and virtuoso Seicento, cialis heir to ancient times, for sale in the service of triumphant power of the Popes. But the fresco has to be more complex. The aim of this exhibition is to show, decease for the first time, behind the scenes of this splendid Rome of the first seventeenth century: no longer the Rome of Beau ideal, but the after nature. For the other Rome – Rome coarse and common, the vices, misery and excesses was originally unprecedented and astonishing artistic production, both by its diversity as its paradoxes and inventions.
The exhibition will feature nearly 70 major paintings created in Rome in the first half of the seventeenth century by Italian artists, French, Dutch, Flemish, German and Spanish, Simon Vouet Claude Lorrain, Bartolomeo Manfredi Valentin de Boulogne. It will bring together loans of prestigious international public institutions as well as works from private collections.
Francesca Cappelletti, professor at the University of Ferrara
Annick Lemoine, project manager for the history of art at the Académie de France in Rome, master university lectures
Christophe Leribault, director of the Petit Palais