The great political and social changes that affected England in the eighteenth century, etched in paintings the leading artists of, They are visible in a series of stunning beauty a Roma, until the next 20 July.
“Hogarth, Reynolds, Turner. English painting towards modernity” It is the title of exhibition staged in Palazzo Sciarra, in Via del Corso in Rome, and divided into 7 sections that comprise more than 100 masterpieces belonging to the two genera characteristic of English art, or the portraiture and the landscape painting.
L‘excursus reveals both historical and artistic, since through the canvases exhibited, all works of immense value signed by Stubbs, Constable, Reynolds, Turner and many more, you can also relive the milestones that have most marked the'procedure historian of the eighteenth century England, with those epochal changes that involved his campaigns and its cities, London in particular, through the exaltation of British military glory, until the advent, across the Channel, of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Roman exhibition is a cultural opportunity not to be missed, even more so when you consider that a review of English works was not hosted in the capital from far away 1966 (Photo gives: www.wwwitalia.it )