Photo Story: Presentation in Rome of the exhibition on Raphael ‘The Academy of Saint Luke and the myth of Urbinate’

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A series of photos taken during the during the press presentation on Wednesday of the exhibition on the Italian master painter Raphael entitled ‘The Academy of Saint Luke and the myth of Urbinate’, Rome, Italy.

A detail of the ‘Saint Luke painting Virgin Mary’ attributed to Raphael during the press presentation of the exhibition on the Italian master painter Raphael entitled.
The ‘Triumph of Galatea’ painted by Pietro da Cortona that is part of ‘The Academy of Saint Luke and the myth of Urbinate’ exhibition.
‘Hope’ painted by Angelica Kauffmann in the section on Raphael’s influence in the work of the Academy’s masters during the press presentation of the exhibition on the Italian master painter Raphael entitled ‘The Academy of Saint Luke and the myth of Urbinate’.
The ‘Saint Luke painting Virgin Mary’ attributed to Raphael (R) and the copy painted by Antiveduto Gramatica (L) during the press presentation of the exhibition.
The ‘Putto with Garland’ painted by Raffaello Sanzio (R) and the copy painted by Gustav Moreau (L) during the press presentation of the exhibition.
Drawings and artworks in the section on Raphael’s place in academic culture and teaching practices during the press presentation of the exhibition.

Via EPA-EFE/Riccardo Antimiani

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