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'Leonardo, The works, the paintings of the genius, told in the cinema
In the year dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci , 500 years after his death, with exhibitions and documentaries that we are rediscovering the genius of the Renaissance, his creations, his observations, his masterpieces of the artist, scientist, engineer, musician, sculptor and architect. To close the celebrations arrives in the room Leonardo. The works , the documentary produced and distributed by Nexo Digital, which opens the new season of the Great art at the cinema, in cinemas from 13 to 15 January 2020. A unique opportunity to see up close and in the quality ultra Hd of the artistic production of Leonardo, from the initial collaborations in the workshop of Andrea del Verrocchio to the precious drawings preserved in the royal castle of Windsor up to the most famous paintings like the mona lisa and the Last supper.

Leonardo paintings and drawings, as told in the doc
From Florence to Saint Petersburg, passing through Paris, Krakow and Washington, the director Phil Grabsky has traveled to eight Countries to capture the paintings attributed to Leonardo in the places where they are now housed. The film includes as well the Salvator Mundi, the milan Room of the Axes, the Adoration of the Magi, with the recently restored and also the Madonna of the yarnwinder, taken for the first time after its recent restoration. the Leonardo. The works also offers a privileged access to the mona lisa, and the two Madonnas preserved in the Hermitage in St. Petersburg: the Madonna Benois and Madonna Litta. Each painting is examined in detail, accompanied by the interventions of some of the leading curators and art critics in the world, including Luke Syson , director of the Fitzwilliam Museum of Cambridge, Martin Kemp , professor emeritus at Trinity College Oxford, Larry Keith: , Head of conservation and keeper at the National Gallery in London, Mikhail Piotrovsky , director of the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, the Andrzej Betlej , director of the national museum of Krakow, Tim Marlow , art historian and artistic director of the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

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