Bernardino Luini and his Children at the Palazzo Reale
10 April 2014 - 13 July 2014
A contemporary of Leonardo da Vinci, Bernardino Luini will be celebrated in a new exhibition at the Palazzo Reale.
An influential painter of the Northern Italian Renaissance, Luini hailed originally from Lombardy and spent much of his working life in Milan. Regarded especially for his religious frescoes, Luini nevertheless was a prolific painter of smaller compositions as well; 200 of his works will be exhibited in this expansive retrospective, the largest ever devoted to the artist. The exhibition, housed in the first floor galleries of the Palazzo Reale, will trace Luini’s trajectory from his early works to the artistic careers of his sons. In addition to paintings, an array of tapestries, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts and drawings will be included in the display.
10th April – 13th July
Piazza del Duomo 12
Tel: +39 02 0202
Image © Milano, Pinacoteca di Brera