The exceptional art exhibition Meraviglie dalle Marche returns to Buenos Aires

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An extraordinary exhibition of paintings from Le Marche region of central Italy on the Adriatic, similar to the one held in 2012, will be exhibited at the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Buenos Aires, from September 20th to November 30th, 2014.

Called "Meraviglie dalle Marche II", or Marvels from the Marche, this exhibition displays a valuable collection of paintings from an Italian region rich in natural beauty and artistic heritage, culturally important for the quality and number of artists who have contributed much to the pictorial art in Italy and the world. Most of the works are leaving Italy for the first time, and come from private collections and Museums in the region.

The paintings span more than 400 years of Italian religious art, with works from the Pre-Renaissance to the the 19th Century by Perugino, Tiziano, Lorenzo Lotto, Guido Reni, Guercino and other lesser known but highly talented artists.

The exhibited works are by artists Andrea da Bologna, Carlo Crivelli, Pietro Alamanno, Perugino, Nicola Filotesio, Lorenzo Lotto, Tiziano, Federico Zuccari, Filippo Bellini, Andrea Lilli, Domenico Tintoretto, Simone De Magistris, Guercino, Federico Barocci, Guido Reni, Claudio Ridolfi, Sassoferrato, Angelo Caroselli, Simone Cantarini, Bernardo Strozzi, Domenico Peruzzini, Ciro Ferri, Alessandro Vitali, Giovanni Francesco Guerrieri, Baciccio, Lissandrino, Luca Giordano, Pier Leone Ghezzi, Corrado Giaquinto, Anton von Maron, Francesco Podesti, Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo.

Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo: Av. del Libertador 1902

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 2 pm to 7 pm
Mondays closed

Wednesday to Sunday: AR$ 50
Pensioners with ID/receipt: AR$ 25
Children under 12: free
Tuesdays: Free

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