The Great Masters of Early Renaissance Virtual Tour
The Early Renaissance time period was the start of a cultural rebirth in Italy. Join our special virtual tour and get ready for a journey into beauty and history. We will explore some of the most important artists of this time: from Piero della Francesca to the young Raphael you will be led by an art and history passionate guide discovering some of the major masterpieces in the history of art.
Piero della Francesca was a painter but also a great experimenter, he used geometry and mathematical theory along with Renaissance Humanism to produce some of the most striking religious artworks of the early Renaissance period. Nowadays he represents one of the highest artistic ideals of the early Renaissance.
Luca Signorelli, by tradition a pupil of Piero della Francesca, was another renowned Italian Renaissance painter and he is known for his exceptional skills as a draftsman and unique use of foreshortening.
Perugino, also called the Umbrian divine painter, was important enough to be commissioned by Pope Sixtus IV to paint frescos in the Sistine Chapel, in Rome and he is also known as a teacher of Raphael, whose early works show his influence.
Pinturicchio was a pupil of Perugino and he is one of the most renowned Italian Renaissance artists, who is best known for his frescoes and tempera paintings.
Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, known as Raphael “The divine”, became an apprentice to Pietro Perugino in Perugia and he is considered the best-loved and most emblematic Renaissance painter, celebrated for the perfection and grace of his paintings and drawings.
Don’t miss this great oppurtunity to learn more about the great Masters of Early Renaissance in Italy !
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The tour will last approximately 1 hour. At the end of the tour you will be given the chance to interact and make questions just like a live tour. The tour takes place in English!
⭐PRICE⭐ How much does the virtual tour cost?
Our virtual tour is tip-based. We prefer a system where you don’t have to pay for a ticket in advance without knowing how the virtual tour is going to be, instead, you take part in the tour first and at the end, you decide the price based on your satisfaction.Support our cultural activities with a voluntary contribution. Your contribution will help us continue our initiative and support the guides. You can leave a tip here:
How to Join:
The tour will be hosted on Zoom. After the registration, you will receive an invitation with the Zoom Meeting link.