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Giottos Masterpieces Displayed in Tretyakov Gallery
23.12.2011 10:14
Giottos Masterpieces Displayed in Tretyakov Gallery
Museo di Santo Stefano al Ponte

Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, for the first time opens the exhibition of Giotto di Bondone (12671337), a greatest artist of the Italian Protorenaissance.
      The exposition is made up of only two of his masterpieces the icon of Mother Mary with baby Jesus and a bilateral polyptych with five paintings on each side.
      This exhibition marks the end of the year of Italian culture in Russia. In its turn, an exhibition of works by Andrei Rublev and Dionisius will be opened in Italy.
      Exhibition of Giottos works runs till March, 19th, 2012.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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