The Borgias and their time
Leonardo da Vinci to Michelangelo
September 17, 2014 - February 15, 2015
Pope Alexander VI
by Altobello Melone
by Bartolomeo Veneto
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The Borgia apartment suite was closed off by Julius I! who refused to live in rooms sullied by his venal predecessor as well as its frescoes covered with black crepe.
They remained closed for 386 years, until the apartments were reopened in 1889 to serve as display rooms for the Vatican's collection of modern religious art with no artistic value.
Trésors de Naples at the musée Maillol Until 20 July 2014
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Go to Venice Murano
September 19, 2012 -10 February 2013
The Maillol Museum pays tribute to Venice with for the first time an exhibition devoted exclusively to the works of Venetian Canaletto.
The exhibition presents masterpieces from the greatest museums in the world and private collections unavoidable and often historic. Fifty paintings, including some never before exhibited in France, the famous Sketchbook (ca. 1731) exceptionally loaned by the City of Venice, drawings as well as the optical apparatus of Canaletto to better understand the evolution of his work.
At the same time, in Venice, Museo Correr presents major monographic exhibition of Francesco Guardi to celebrate the tercentenary of his birth.
Born in Rome, Artemisia Gentileschi (1593 - 1653) dramatic realistic style is marked by a gloomy caravaggesque chiaroscuro much appreciated at the time.
The scenes are depicted within a allegorical manipulation of bright and dark colours. The trauma of her rape is central to her iconography. It seems to be a sort of pictorial catharsis in order to deal with her pain.
Her work is rich in decorative luxurious paraphernalia and ostentatious visual statement suggested man’s wickedness
BETSABEA AL BAGNO
Open 10.30am–7.30pm. à 19h00. Ticket sales close at 6.15pm
Friday night opening to 9.30 pm. Ticket sale close at 8.45pm.
Open every day
(except 25 December and 1 January)
Admission : 11 €
Tickets purchased online (on the museum or FNAC websites) cannot be collected at the museum and must be printed before coming.
Members of the Maison des Artistes, jobseekers (with card, no more recent than 2 months), large families, disabled, ages 11–25, art teachers : 9 €
Groups of 10 to 20 (by reservation only) : 9 € per person. (Free admission for group leader).
Student groups (maximum age: 25) : 7 € per student. (Free admission for group leader).
For school groups : 5 € per pupil. (Free admission for group leader).
Free : Children under 11 accompanied by their family, ICOM/ICOMOS, guides/interpreters/lecturers, journalists (valid card with photo required). On presentation of relevant document only.
- italiano 5 €
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