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The art It has been and is a very important part of history, a way of expressing feelings, visions of life and different events that today we can enjoy in art galleries and museums around the world among other places.
If we talk about history and art, we cannot stop talking about an extremely interesting exhibition that can already be visited at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. This exhibition began on March 5 and will run until July 3.
What can we see in these samples?
According to the organizers of the show, this exhibition will focus mainly on the work and influence of the Italian painter Sandro Botticelli for several generations of creators.
This interesting sample, which is entitled "Botticelli Reimagined”, Is composed of no less than 150 works by the artist and where a very special trip is made to explore its impact on a varied number of artists ranging from the 19th century to the last 20th century, where such important figures as they are Andy Warhol and René Magritte among many others.
This exhibition is considered to be the largest ever made on this impressive Italian painter in the United Kingdom. and in it we will find a large number of artistic aspects in different currents such as painting, cinema, fashion, photography, sculpture, tapestry, engraving or drawing among others, which promises to make this exhibition something worth seeing.
It is about something different, an exhibition that brings us closer to the legacy of one of the most important artists of all time, which is divided into three sections, which start from the present, take us to the 15th century and then go through a turning point in the 19th century.
In addition, in this exhibition we will be able to see nothing less than 50 original paintings by Sandro Botticelli, including some reproductions of Madonna with child and also others five drawings that illustrated the Divine Comedy, by the great Dante Alighieri.
Of the work of the Florentine artist, it can be said that he is one of the great exponents of the linear grace of the painting of the first years of the Renaissance and where some of the most outstanding paintings are The birth of Venus and also Spring, considered as two of the masterpieces of this fantastic artist.
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