The success of Leonardo
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 6.30 p.m.
LEONARDO, BRAMANTE AND EUROPE
Prof. Simone Ferrari, University of Parma
Milan, at the end of '400, is the european capital of art. Inventions of Bramante and Leonardo impose themselves internationally and attract the biggest protagonists at the time: Albrecht Dürer, "german Apelle", comes to Milan drawn to their fame. The Last Supper success and other masterpieces spread everywhere beyond our borders, from Spain to Flanders, from France till Rubens and represents a phenomenon of linguistic unity never seen before.
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