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Botticelli and the Search for the Divine

Boston (MA), 465 Huntington Avenue
April 15 th, 2017 | July 9 th, 2017

Perhaps more than any other painter, Sandro Botticelli (about 1445-1510) exemplifies the Renaissance in Florence during the 15th century, and his signature style of strong contours, lyrical poses, and flowing drapery remains instantly recognizable more than five centuries later. Seventeen paintings, nearly all traveling to the US for the first time, are brought together in the first major Botticelli exhibition ever held in North America. Organized by the Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary and Italy's Metamorfosi Associazione Culturale, the exhibition explores dramatic changes in the artist's style that reflect the shifting political climate of 15th-century Florence. At the height of his career, Botticelli was supported by the powerful Medici family, headed by Lorenzo the Magnificent. Pallas and the Centaur (1481, Uffizi, Florence) and Venus (about 1490, Galleria Sabauda, Turin)-Botticelli's reworking of his famous Birth of Venus-are nearly life-size works from this period and display the painter's skill in depicting elegant figures from classical mythology.

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Perhaps more than any other painter, Sandro Botticelli (about 1445-1510) exemplifies the Renaissance in Florence during the 15th century, and his signature style of strong contours, lyrical poses, and flowing drapery remains instantly recognizable more than five centuries later. Seventeen paintings, nearly all traveling to the US for the first time, are brought together in the first major Botticelli exhibition ever held in North America. Organized by the Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary and Italy's Metamorfosi Associazione Culturale, the exhibition explores dramatic changes in the artist's style that reflect the shifting political climate of 15th-century Florence. At the height of his career, Botticelli was supported by the powerful Medici family, headed by Lorenzo the Magnificent. Pallas and the Centaur (1481, Uffizi, Florence) and Venus (about 1490, Galleria Sabauda, Turin)-Botticelli's reworking of his famous Birth of Venus-are nearly life-size works from this period and display the painter's skill in depicting elegant figures from classical mythology.

 
 
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