Director of the National Gallery, Dr Gabriele Finaldi, says: A contemporary of Titian, Lotto was one of the most original portrait painters of the Renaissance.
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He spent his final years as a lay member of the confraternity of the Holy House at Loreto (154956.) In todays terms, his disposition in the later decades of his life would probably be described as clinically depressed.
(ansa) - recanati (macerata 17 FEB - Da San Pietroburgo a Recanati, passando per Macerata.Lottos reputation has consistently grown since the art historian Bernard Berenson published the first monograph on him in 1895.Press enquiries, national Gallery Press Office on or email.Writing during the emergence of Freudian psychoanalysis, Berenson saw Lotto as the first modern portraitist because of his interest in reflecting his sitters states of mind.Room one explores Lottos work from his time in Treviso (15036) and includes the 'Allegory' (1505) from the National Gallery of Art, Washington and the spectacular 'Assumption of the Virgin with Saints Anthony Abbot and Louis of Toulouse' (1506) from the Chiesa Prepositurale e Collegiata.Five centuries on they come alive before us in all their human complexity.Lorenzo Lotto Portraits will bring together many of Lottos best portraits spanning his entire career from collections around the world.Lorenzo Lotto, 'Portrait of Marsilio Cassotti and his wife Faustina 1523 Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.Publicity images can be obtained from /).His works are characterised by expressive sensitivity and immediacy and are also known for their deeply saturated colours and luxuriant handling of paint.Ground Floor Galleries, admission free, lotto was the first Italian painter who was sensitive to the varying status of the human soul.Titians more elevated, idealised portraiture.Matthias Wivel, Curator of 16th-century Italian Paintings at the National Gallery, and curator of Lorenzo Lotto Portraits, says: Lottos empathetic approach to his sitters, his attention to detail and his willingness to explore new formats and ways of composing portraits all contribute to a body.Focusing on his Bergamasque period (151325 Room two contains the cleverly symbolic 'Lucina Brembati' (about 15203) and 'The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, with Niccolò Bonghi' (1523) both from Bergamos Accademia Carrara; as well as the 'Portrait of a Married Couple' (15234) from.Bernard Berenson, art historian, 1895.
Exhibition generously supported by, hannah Rothschild CBE, and other donors.
He portrayed men, women, and children in compositions bingo fiesta rich with symbolism and great psychological depth.
Masterpieces from the Hermitage, come join us on a unique journey through art history!These include such masterpieces as the 'Bishop Bernardo de Rossi' (1505) from the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte in Naples, united with its striking allegorical cover from the National Gallery of Art, Washington; and the monumental altarpiece of 'The Alms of Saint Antoninus of Florence'.Born in Venice, Lotto travelled extensively and worked in different parts of Italy, most notably Treviso, Bergamo, Venice, and the Italian Marches.The Hermitage Amsterdam is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.Lotto painted these not so much to reflect a given sitters opulence and wealth, but to help tell their story and reflect their identity.Room three is dedicated to works produced in Venice (152549) such as the famous likeness of the Venetian collector 'Andrea Odoni' from the Royal Collection (1527 the National Gallerys own.'Lorenzo Lotto Portraits' is organised by the National Gallery and the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid 'Lorenzo Lotto Portraits' is curated by Matthias Wivel, with Miguel Falomir of the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid and Enrico Maria dal Pozzolo.Never before or since has anyone brought out on the face more of the inner life.For the occasion, we gained access to all those wonderful collections of the State Hermitage in St Petersburg and brought together quite some extraordinary museum treasures from the entire history of art.His attention to clothes and objects in his paintings helps acutely to define the sitters identity, social status and aspirations; and the psychological interest he brings to his portraits is of the highest order no two subjects appear similar and there is a sense.Fino al 24 marzo, sarà esposto nella Pinacoteca di Recanati, a Villa Colloredo Mels, il primo dei tre pannelli che componevano la predella della "Trasfigurazione di Cristo" di Lorenzo Lotto: si tratta della tavola "Cristo conduce gli apostoli sul monte Tabor proveniente dall'Hermitage di San.Among items on display will be a carpet, sculpture, jewellery, clothing, and books.Portrait of a Woman inspired by Lucretia and the 'Portrait of a Young Man with a Lizard' (152830) from the Gallerie dellAccademia, Venice.The scholars and merchants, artisans and clerics and the family groups he depicted are vibrant with personality and psychological depth.

He seems always to have been able to define his feelings, emotions and ideals, instead of being a mere highway for them, said Berenson, this makes him pre-eminently a psychologistThe portraits all have the interest of personal confessions.