From Rembrandt to Morandi. Masterpieces from the collection of the incision Tosio Martinengo

22 October 2004 – 20 March 2005 | Brescia, Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo

curated by Elena Lucchesi Ragni and Maurizio Mondini

The headquarters of the Tosio Martinengo hospitality is exceptional exhibition with around sixty masterpieces of engraving from the fifteenth to the twentieth century. Specimens of Schongauer, Dürer, within Germany, the 1500 Italian engravings, etchings by French and Italian in 1600, of the Venetian masters etchings of 1700, nineteenth-century examples, including a complete edition of the Caprices Goya. Until 1900, with sheets of great value as the Great still life by Giorgio Morandi, considered a masterpiece of Italian engraving.