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from
14 November
2019
au
23 February
2020
Exposition

Luca Giordano (1634-1705)

Le triomphe du baroque napolitain
Rétrospective consacrée au plus grand maître de la peinture napolitaine du XVIIe siècle grâce aux prêts exceptionnels de toiles monumentales.

Luca Giordano, the grand master of Neapolitan painting in the seventeenth century, was a disciple of the painter José de Ribera, whose Tenebrist genius he reflected. However, his training, which took him from Rome to Florence and especially to Venice, also exposed him to Veronese's great Baroque decorative style and colors.

This solid heritage brought him glory in Europe, and, like Rubens, he was invited to the Spanish court.

For the first time in France, the Petit Palais presents a retrospective dedicated to this painter of Neapolitan Baroque.

 

Curators :

Sylvain Bellenger et Christophe Leribault

 

Scientific Curator :

Stefano Causa

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Public et Horaire

  • Enfant / Adolescent
  • Famille
  • Adulte

Museum

Petit Palais, musée des Beaux-arts de la Ville de Paris

Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris
France

Public

  • Enfant / Adolescent
  • Famille
  • Adulte