The project, the result of a long and in-depth academic research, intends to illustrate Bosch’s success as a creator of fantastic visions in relation to the trends of collecting of the time and of artistic reception by the Spanish and Italian Renaissance. Important links with Bosch’s art can in fact be found in works of the highest order, among others, by Tiziano, El Greco, Savoldo. The exhibition will therefore for the first time offer the Italian and international public the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the role of Bosch at the height of the so-called “anti-Renaissance” that had taken hold in Europe.
an exhibition by Municipality of Milan – Culture, Palazzo Reale
cured by Bernard Aikema and Fernando Checa
Caretto & Occhinegro will be officially one of the loaners of the exhibition.