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Brera’s Masterpieces

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Pinacoteca di Brera, an art museum in Milan, was founded in 1809 by Napoleon I, and it is one of Italy's largest art galleries.

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Brera’s Masterpieces

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  3. 3. Raffaello Sanzio, Raphaël The Marriage of the Virgin Mariage de la Vierge 1504 a incredible and unachievable perfection ... inspired by one of Perugino's paintings, known as Marriage of the Virgin, conserved at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Caen Joseph is solemnly placing the ring on the Virgin's finger, and holding the flowering staff, the symbol that he is the chosen one the polygonal temple in the style of Bramante dominates the structure of this composition
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  5. 5. Andrea Mantegna Lamentation over the Dead Christ La Lamentation sur le Christ mort 1483 an intensely poignant depiction of a biblical tragedy … the body of Christ on a marble slab the Virgin Mary, Saint John and St. Mary Magdalene weeping for his death the composition produces a great emotional impact, accentuated by the extreme foreshortening
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  7. 7. Gentile Bellini e Giovanni Bellini Saint Mark Preaching in a Square of Alexandria in Egypt Prédication de Saint Marc à Alexandrie 1504-1507 set in the cosmopolitan city of Alexandria ... Saint Mark preaching a basilica is surrounded by high-walled buildings and minarets a group of mysteriously white-veiled Arab women, with robed and turbaned men camels and a giraffe as exotic elements that remind the viewer that this is an Egyptian city and members of the San Marco confraternity a composed and serene image, without conflict, hinting at the potential for peace brought about through trade contacts between Venice and its Muslim neighbours
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  9. 9. Giovanni Bellini Pietà 1460 one of the most moving paintings in the history of art … three figures in the foreground behind which is an infinite horizon the grief of the Virgin Mary and St John the Evangelist not just religious passion but human passion HAEC FERE QUUM GEMITUS TURGENTIA LUMINA PROMANT: BELLINI POTERAT FLERE IOANNIS OPUS When these swelling eyes evoke groans, this work of Giovanni Bellini could shed tears
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  11. 11. Piero della Francesca The Virgin with Child, Angels and Saints, Pala Montefeltro La Conversation sacrée, Pala Montefeltra 1472-1474 the Virgin seated on a throne, holding the sleeping Child St. John the Baptist, St. Bernardine, St. Jerome beating his breast with a stone, St. Francis displaying the stigmata, St. Peter Martyr with the wound on his head and St. John the Evangelist and kneeling in front of the sacred group, Federico da Montefeltro in the dress of a military commander an work dense in symbols: the ostrich’s egg represents the miraculous maternity of the Virgin but is also a heraldic emblem of the Montefeltro family the sleeping Child alludes to maternity and at the same time to death, supporting the hypothesis of the funerary destination of the work
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  13. 13. Vittore Carpaccio Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple Présentation de la Vierge au Temple 1502 - 1504 presentation of the Virgin in the Temple … with enchanting details: a domesticated gazelle and a rabbit in the foreground
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  15. 15. Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi), Le Caravage Supper at Emmaus Le Souper à Emmaüs 1606 painted on the Colonna estate in Paliano where Caravaggio he sought refuge after fleeing Rome for slaying Ranuccio Tomassoni the painting inevitably invites comparison with the National Gallery version of the same subject: the expansive theatrical gestures have become understated and natural the shadows are darkened the effect is to emphasize presence more than drama
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  17. 17. Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti), Le Tintoret The Finding of the Body of Saint Mark La découverte du corps de saint Marc 1562-1566 Tommaso Rangone, “grand guardian” of the Scuola di San Marco in Venice, commissioned Tintoretto in 1562 to paint a cycle depicting episodes associated with the saint, one of which is the Pinacoteca’s Finding of the Body of Saint Mark … Venetians busily removing corpses from tombs along the right wall and from a crypt in the background Saint Mark surrounded by a faint halo appears and beseeches the Venetians to stop, his body has been found and lies pale at his feet an elder, the patron Rangone, kneels, acknowledging the miracle a man possessed by devils adds to the miraculous tone of the episode
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  19. 19. Lorenzo Lotto Assumption of the Virgin L'Assomption de la Vierge 1512 identified with the central compartment of the predella of the Altarpiece of the Deposition of Christ, in the Museo Civico of Jesi here Lotto’s humour as well as his realism : St. Thomas, the doubting apostle, the last to arrive, running to ask Our Lady to leave behind her belt ... the saint puts on his glasses to see if the Virgin Mary has really ascended into heaven
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  21. 21. Francesco Hayez The Kiss Le Baiser 1859 probably the most sensual and spell-binding kiss ever to grace a canvas … the most widely reproduced Italian painting of the whole of the 19th century created with the aim of symbolizing the love of the motherland and thirst for life on the part of the young nation that had emerged from the Second War of Independence the patriotic message enshrined in the colours: the red stockings, green lapel on the cloak and blue and white gown allude to the flags of Italy and France
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  23. 23. Pellizza Da Volpedo (Giuseppe Pellizza) Human Flood L’Inondation 1895-1896 a monumental scene of the Flood of striking laborers … but the canvas was left incomplete by the dissatisfied artist Pellizza da Volpedo returned to the subject in a new painting, Fourth Estate, now at Museo del Novecento, Milan
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  25. 25. Amedeo Modigliani Enfant gras L'Enfant gras 1915 a study for a portrait of a young woman ... ... "either I am blind or Italy will have to make up its mind to recognize in Modigliani a draftsman who can stand alongside its classics of the past." Lamberto Vitali (the collector’s precocious admiration for the Tuscan painter, whose work he had come across at the Venice Biennale in 1922) it dates from 1915, the year in which Modigliani initiated “le grand style,” consisting of a series of portraits and nudes with highly geometricized traits: pictures with unreal tones
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  27. 27. Umberto Boccioni Riot in the Gallery Rixe dans la galerie 1910 a shopping mall a chaotic and frantic crowd and a shocking fight between two women the movement of the two women generates an entrapment of those who are near them, and a stampede that's trying to reach the center to watch the fight
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  29. 29. olga_oes Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan Brera’s Masterpieces Chefs-d'œuvre de Brera images and text credit www. Music ThePianoGuys Story of My Life (One Direction - PianoCello Cover) created olga.e. thanks for watching
  30. 30. Pinacoteca di Brera, an art museum in Milan, was founded in 1809 by Napoleon I, and it is one of Italy's largest art galleries. Its original collection was that of the Accademia di Belle Arti, though its most important works were acquired later. The gallery is housed in a 17th-century palace that was originally built, from plans by Francesco Maria Ricchini, as a Jesuit college. Raphael's Sposalizio (the Marriage of the Virgin) was the key painting of the early collection, and the Academy increased its cultural scope by taking on associates across the First French Empire. In 1882, the Paintings Gallery was separated from the Academy.