Below are the paintings cited in the attire shown in the photo above:Sistine MadonnaRafael Santi1513, 269.5 × 201 cmJudithGorgeon 1504, 144 × 68 cmBacchus and Ariadna Titsian Vechelio 1523, 176.5 × 191 cmLady with an ermine. Cecilia (Cecilia) GalleraniLeonardo da Vinci1480th, 54.8 × 40.3 cm Among other greats, the Duke of Lodovik Sforza was remembered at the show, during the reign of which the Duchy of Milan achieved outstanding success. The duke invited Leonardo da Vinci to Milan as an engineer and architect, but he took up paint brushes: Cechilia Gallerani, depicted in the “Lady with an Ermine” portrait, was one of the Duke's favorites. And the second favorite of this active man was Lucretia Crivelli - according to the most common version, it is she who is depicted in the famous female portrait known as the “Beautiful Ferroniere” (now he is considered to be the work not of da Vinci himself, but of some of his students).
- Men's jacket with a portrait of the Duke Sforza.
- Fragment of the Altar of Sforza by an unknown artist with a portrait of the Duke of Lodovico Sforza. 1490s
- Show Dolce & Gabbana. 2018
- Beautiful Ferronera. 1490s
Sandro Botticelli. The Annunciation (1485)
Sandro Botticelli. Madonna and Child (1467)
Raphael. Three Graces. 1505
Piero della Francesca. Baptism of the Lord (1450)The press calls this Dolce & Gabbana show a fashionable lesson on the history of painting. We suggest you pass a small test. Guess whose paintings are reproduced on these catwalk outfits:Hint: the names of three authors were mentioned in this material earlier, and the fourth Italian is no longer Renaissance painting, but Mannerism.
Correct answers: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Delving into the history of painting, the designers have not forgotten about modern trends. The collection featured coral-colored costumes, which the Pantone Color Institute announced the main color of 2019 a few days before the show.
See a selection of Arthive with coral on the canvases of great artists.
The author: Natalia Kandaurova