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Dürer e il Rinascimento tra Germania e Italia at Palazzo Reale [Milan]

Pupila Augusta
Pupila Augusta ©

This exhibition at Palazzo Reale in Milan is the first exhibition held in Italy on Dürer to include paintings, prints and drawings. The exhibition emphasises the relationship between Dürer and his northern Italian contemporaries active in Milan and Venice. Along with Dürer's drawing Pupila Augusta, which was influenced by Italian prints, two drawings by Leonardo da Vinci have been lent from the Royal Collection, which help to demonstrate the similarity in the two masters' response to nature.

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