Nature and the ancient: Bellini and Mantegna artists of the Renaissance

The exhibition aims to focus on the direct relationship between two great masters of the Italian Renaissance who were brothers-in-law and lived together for a short period of their life: Andrea Mantegna (1430-1506) and Giovanni Bellini (1459-1516).

Location

Date

From 01/01/1970
To 01/01/1970

Artworks in exhibition

Andrea Mantegna The Dead Christ and Three Mourners
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Giovanni Bellini Allegory of Falsehood (or Wisdom)
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Giovanni Bellini Allegory of Perseverance (or Lust)
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Giovanni Bellini Allegory of Fortune (or Melancholy)
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Giovanni Bellini Allegory of Prudence (or Vanity)
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Giovanni Bellini Madonna Contarini
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Giovanni Bellini Madonna of the Small Trees
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Giovanni Bellini Madonna with Child between the Saints Catherine and Magdalene
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Giovanni Bellini Madonna with Children (Madonna of the Red Cherubs)
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Andrea Mantegna Portrait of Francesco Gonzaga
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Giovanni Bellini Transfiguration of Christ
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