CULTURE Works by Italian painter Raphael on show in Shenzhen

CULTURE

Works by Italian painter Raphael on show in Shenzhen

chinadaily.com.cn

16:47, May 06, 2021

People visit an exhibition titled Raphael and the Classical Canon at Shenzhen's Nanshan Museum in South China's Guangdong province, May 3, 2021.The two-month exhibition, highlighting the works of Italian painter Raphael, opened on April 29 and has been curated by Claudio Strinati, a renowned art historian and critic in Italy. A total of 68 artworks, including 39 original pieces, of Raphael and several other Italian artists are on display. (Photo: Xinhua)

People visit an exhibition titled Raphael and the Classical Canonat Shenzhen's Nanshan Museum in South China's Guangdong province, May 3, 2021.The two-month exhibition, highlighting the works of Italian painter Raphael, opened on April 29 and has been curated by Claudio Strinati, a renowned art historian and critic in Italy. A total of 68 artworks, including 39 original pieces, of Raphael and several other Italian artists are on display. (Photo: Xinhua)

People visit an exhibition titled Raphael and the Classical Canonat Shenzhen's Nanshan Museum in South China's Guangdong province, May 3, 2021.The two-month exhibition, highlighting the works of Italian painter Raphael, opened on April 29 and has been curated by Claudio Strinati, a renowned art historian and critic in Italy. A total of 68 artworks, including 39 original pieces, of Raphael and several other Italian artists are on display. (Photo: Xinhua)

People visit an exhibition titled Raphael and the Classical Canonat Shenzhen's Nanshan Museum in South China's Guangdong province, May 3, 2021.The two-month exhibition, highlighting the works of Italian painter Raphael, opened on April 29 and has been curated by Claudio Strinati, a renowned art historian and critic in Italy. A total of 68 artworks, including 39 original pieces, of Raphael and several other Italian artists are on display. (Photo: Xinhua)

People visit an exhibition titled Raphael and the Classical Canonat Shenzhen's Nanshan Museum in South China's Guangdong province, May 3, 2021.The two-month exhibition, highlighting the works of Italian painter Raphael, opened on April 29 and has been curated by Claudio Strinati, a renowned art historian and critic in Italy. A total of 68 artworks, including 39 original pieces, of Raphael and several other Italian artists are on display. (Photo: Xinhua)

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