De Nittis - Padua
De Nittis - Padua - Palazzo Zabarella
From 24 January to 26 May 2013
Padua is home to a unique event dedicated to Giuseppe De Nittis (1846-1884). At Palazzo Zabarella, the exhibition on the '800 Italian painter who fascinated Paris.
PALAZZO ZABARELLA, PADUA,
TO HOST THE MOST IMPORTANT EXHIBITION EVER ORGANISED ABOUT
GIUSEPPE DE NITTIS
FROM 19 JANUARY TO 26 MAY 2013
An exhibition of 120 masterpieces by one of Europe’s undisputed nineteenth-century maestros: some of them unknown to the critics, others that left Italy many years ago.
From 19 January to 26 May 2013, Palazzo Zabarella in Padua is to host an exceptional event devoted to the artist Giuseppe De Nittis (1846-1884).
120 masterpieces on loan from the most prestigious museums and public collections in Italy and France will be on view in the most important exhibition ever organised about one of the undisputed maestros of nineteenth-century European painting.
Curated by Emanuela Angiuli and Fernando Mazzocca, the event organised by the Bano Foundation of Padua and the Antonveneta Foundation constitutes a further stage in the ten-year programme of exhibitions about nineteenth-century Italian art whose previous milestones have included Hayez, Boldini, Signorini, the Macchiaioli painters and Symbolism in Italy, among others.