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#BUT Promotes: The Great Lordships Italian

The Museum of sacred art promotes, the Free Course: "The great Italian Lordships' with Professor. Dr. Oscar Luigi Marzorati.

Objective and content:

After the lecture introduction to the subject, The course aims to tell the pomp and artistic and cultural heritage of the main Italian Lordships.

Each class will be a journey within major cities and senhoris headquarters.

Cities, these, who kept the centuries the urban and architectural implementation desired by the masters of 1300 and 1400 and still preserve works of art that gave beauty and magnificence to Italy.

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Giotto, Piero della Francesca, Leonardo da Vinci, Mantegna, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo and other artists, protected by sovereign illuminated as Lorenzo il Magnifico, Ludovico il Moro, Federico da Montefeltro, Can Grande della Scala, Borso d'Este, Federico Gonzaga.

In each class will be outlined the biographical vicissitudes of these important historical figures to show the changes of the cities that, somehow, still lead the urban landmarks and artistic beauties.

Program:
Cycle classes 06 (six) meetings. Tuesdays

02 April 2019 - First date
Verona e os Della Scala

09 April 2019 - Second meeting
Milan and Sforza

16 April 2019 - Third meeting
Ferrara and os Este

23 April 2019 - Fourth Meeting
Mantova and the Gonzaga

30 April 2019 - Fifth meeting
Os Urbino and Montefeltro

07 May 2019 - Sixth meeting
Florence and De 'Medici

Target audience:

The course is aimed at all who have a common interest in history, the history of art and architecture, the Italian art and architecture in particular.

You want to reach a diverse audience, from graduates and graduate students in history and / or art history / history of architecture, to professionals.

Professor:

Prof. Dr. Oscar Luigi Marzorati, Italian Lake Como region, He graduated in Architecture and Urban Planning at the Faculty of Architecture Politecnico di Milano Bovisa (Milan, Italy).

It has experience in residential and commercial architecture projects, with emphasis on reforms, restoration, maintenance and upgrading of the existing architectural heritage.

Collaborating for years with the Italian Cultural Institute of São Paulo - official cultural body of the General Consulate of Italy in São Paulo - within which, today, is responsible for guided tours of the palace 1922 its headquarters.

He was the author of several lectures and courses on Italian culture in a number of renowned cultural institutions (Bookstore Culture, House of knowledge, among others).

Period: from 02 of April to 07 May 2019 – 6 days of school
Class: from 19h00 to 21h30
Load time: 15hs
Value: R$ 300,00 the view-R$ 360,00 (02 times) limited availability
Inscriptions: mfatima@museuartesacra.org.br
Information: (11) 5627.5393
Local: Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo
Address: Avenida Tiradentes, 676, Light. Subway Tiradentes.
Free parking (or access alternative): Rua Jorge Miranda, 43
At the end of the course the student will receive the certificate.

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