Giotto e compagni

Art, Painting
Giotto au Louvre
© RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Michel Urtado 'Saint François d'Assise recevant les stigmates, predelle : Saint François prêchant aux oiseaux',

The Louvre invites you to Florence, Assisi and Padua in the time when Giotto di Bondone (c.1267-1337) was decorating the churches and Basilicas of the Italian peninsula. The visionary painter of ‘Trecento’, Giotto, with his delicately composed religious scenes and three-dimensional sense, prefigured the humanist art of the Renaissance. The 30 or so canvases on show here from Giotto and his disciples bear witness to this unique talent.

Opening hours: Mon, Thu, Sat, Sun 9am-6pm; Wed, Fri 9am-9.45pm; closed Tue

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