Raffaello’s exhibition was considered the event of the year.
The highly anticipated Raffaello In Mostra from the Scuderie del Quirinale dedicated to the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death was to begin on March 5, but was forced to close at the end of February due to the restrictive measures contained in the anti-Coronavirus decree.
Now, however, good news is coming: it will be possible to visit the exhibition online.
The organizers of the great exhibition dedicated to the genius of Urbino offered the opportunity to take a walk inside the halls of the stables to admire some of the most beautiful works on display by Raphael, including La Madonna del Granduca of the Uffizi Galleries, Santa Cecilia from the Pinacoteca of Bologna, the Madonna Alba from the National Gallery of Washington, the Portrait of Baldassarre Castiglione and the Self-portrait with friend from the Louvre, the Madonna della Rosa dal Prado and the Veiled, again from the Uffizi.
The Raffaello 1520-1482 exhibition is thus reopened offering visitors the opportunity to visit it online through video stories, insights and virtual forays behind the scenes of the exhibition. Thanks to the hashtag #RaffaelloOltreLaMostra it is possible to listen to the story of the curators and also participate virtually in the events hosted at Palazzo Altemps before the opening of the exhibition to the public.
Visit Raffaello’s online virtual exhibition here: Scuderie del Quirinale