L'Aquila. Art treasures from the 13th to the 16th Century

Bard

Forte di Bard
  • 31 May 2019 - 17 November 2019
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Ten years after the earthquake of April 6th, 2009 in Abruzzo, the exhibition L’Aquila. Art treasures from the 13th to the 16th Century presents the public with a selection of 14 restored works including jewelry, terracotta, stone and wood sculptures, panel paintings and canvases from the churches of L’Aquila. From the Madonnas with Child by Maestro of Sivignano and Matteo da Campli to the one called Delle Grazie; from the large Crucifix of the Cathedral to the Processional Cross by Giovanni di Bartolomeo Rosecci; from the elegant and light San Michele Arcangelo by Silvestro dell’Aquila to the splendid San Sebastiano by Saturnino Gatti; from Sant’Equizio by Pompeo Cesura to Mijtens’s large canvases, the exhibition is a story of survivals, a tribute to the city of L’Aquila on the tenth anniversary of the earthquake and a proof of the great richness of the city’s art.
The exhibition will be set up in the new wing of the “Museo delle Alpi” dedicated to temporary exhibitions, on the first floor of the “Carlo Alberto Opera”. The “L’Aquila exhibition. Art treasures between the 13th and 16th centuries”, will be flanked by the original photographic exhibition, “The Hidden City” by Marco D’Antonio, under the care of Eleonora Di Gregorio

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