The exhibition, which contains 15 paintings, has based on the work of the Italian Italian press agency, focusing on developing Reny's mature style and influencing artists from later periods as well and on the history of orders on the example of two famous Italian family.
Field of the Mature Period of the Artist Vision of St. In 1629, Andrea Corsini commissioned the Corsini family, on the occasion of the canonization of the 14th century Florentine bishop.
It was a gift, probably Ottawa Corsinia, Pope Urban VIII. by the Barberini family. Until 1936, it was kept in the Barberini Palace, and this year it became the property of the Corsini family and is now in the Uffizi Gallery.
The exhibition also includes a copy of the larger painting on a larger scale, made by Agostino Masucci in 1732. Masucci, who is not known today, was not at the time of Pope Clement XII. from the Corsini family (1730-1740) was extremely appreciated. He also commissioned him to make a copy of Reni's work to be a model for a mosaic on a family chapel altar at St Roman's church. John at Lateran.
According to the curator of the Stefano Pierguidi exhibition, the picture, at the heart of the exhibition, links symbolically to the Barberini and Corsini family. "The public has an opportunity to compare Reni's amazing original and also the incredible copy of Masucci," says Ansa.
According to the Italian press agency, in the 18th century, the desire to transfer a picture to a mosaic media was common. Masucci had as many orders to make copies on an increasing scale.
In the second room Reni was experimented with techniques – he created oven paintings and paintings, painted on canvas, as well as on copper, stone and silk.
Reni (1575-1642) was born in Bologna. Painting began to be learned at nine. About 1595, he remained educated at Ludovico Carracia in Bologna. From 1600 to 1614 he worked in Rome, where Caravaggio was influenced. He took over the chiaroscure technique from him.
He created during the early Baroque, but it was an erased style. He ruled the deed, he painted in warm light colors and distributed the figure into dynamic compositions. Sometimes she went into dedication and sweetness.
The exhibition at the Barberini National Corsini Gallery will be displayed until 17 February 2019.