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Lorenzo Lotto “Il Richiamo delle Marche”2018-11-06T09:51:17+00:00
LORENZO LOTTO

2018 brings one of the most fascinating artists of the Renaissance back into the international spotlight, with events in Spain, in the United Kingdom, and in Italy. In the Marche region, a major two-track exhibition leads from Macerata, where the works linked to this land, but scattered around Europe, go back, to Lotto’s masterpieces, which are preserved in the territory.
Among villages, hills and sea.

Lorenzo Lotto goes back to being protagonist in the Marche region, his chosen land, in a very special year. In fact, 2018 has internationally put the spotlight on him. He is now at the heart of an appreciated exhibition which is dedicated to his portraits in two of the most important museums in the world: the Prado Museum in Madrid, where the exhibition ended last 30th September, and the National Gallery in London, where the exhibition will open next November.
The Marche region could not miss this “unpredicted” year, since its land has been an essential landmark for Lotto’s life and training.
In the autumn and winter 2018, concurrently with the two exhibitions in the prestigious Institutions in London and Madrid, and in collaboration with the State Hermitage Museum, this land becomes scene of an exhibition and of collateral and extremely valuable initiatives. Promoted by the Marche Region along with Macerata Municipality, they will let the public rediscover the extraordinary heritage left by Lotto, in a region that is unique in terms of quantity and quality of Lotto’s works.
In the meantime, the public will be able to understand the deep bond linking the Venetian Master to this land, where he kept going back to create and be inspired. He chose to die and be buried here.
From the 19th October 2018 to the 20th February 2019, Palazzo Buonaccorsi, where Macerata Civic Museum is, will host a big and unusual exhibition, organised by Villaggio Globale International. It will gather for the first time all Lotto’s pieces: the ones that have been created for the territory and then scattered around the world, and those that have had a strong tie with the Marches for history and realisation.
It is a research exhibition, which is somehow experimental and wants to combine expositive power, follow-up multimedia supports, great masterpieces, but also sparks for research and critical discussion.
It is a valuable exhibition. It reveals to the public some unpublished documents about the artist’s work and some pieces which have never been exhibited before. Among all, there is the “Venus dressed up by the Graces”, part of a private collection. It was publicized by Zampetti in 1957 but stayed in the dark for seven decades. It’s one of the most striking novelties of the exhibition! This exhibition necessarily ends up in the Marche region, setting itself in close dialogue with Lotto’s works (25 pieces), which are scattered in the different museums and intentionally left in the institutions of belonging.
Along with Macerata, the cities and towns of Ancona, Cingoli, Jesi, Loreto, Mogliano, Monte San Giusto, Recanati, and Urbino shape a scattered exhibition to be experienced within the stunning artistic and natural heritage of the Marches. The last tragic earthquake that hit the centre of Italy has wounded the region, which is tenaciously aiming to enhance its immense heritage.

Enrico Maria Dal Pozzolo, one of the leading experts on the artist and co-curator of the exhibitions in Madrid and London, is curating this exhibition, in collaboration with many scholars from the Marches. The exhibition will show more than 20 authentic paintings and 7 drawings by Lotto, and some extraordinary graphic works by great artists, such as Dürer and Mantegna, who inspired Lotto. To contextualize his works in this land, the exhibition will show some valuable manuscripts and volumes, globes and ancient maps.
Palazzo Buonaccorsi, at the heart of Macerata, will gather for the occasion Lotto’s pieces from international collections, such as the Gemaldegalerie of the Berlin State Museum, the British Museums in London, the Louvre Museum in Paris, the Brukental National Museum in Sibiu, the Prado Museum in Madrid and the Strasbourg Fine Arts Museum, but also the Poldi Pezzoli Museum in Milan, the Correr Museum in Venice, and the Quirinale Collections.
For the first time in Italy, “Saint Christopher” and “Saint Sebastian” are shown. It deals with two panels of a missing polyptych that Lotto painted for the Church of Castelplanio, a small town not far from Jesi. Between 1819 and 1821, Prussia acquired the works from the English merchant Edward Solly. They have been restored at the Getty Museum: they revealed some parts that were hidden by the frame showing a sublime and thorough painting of Saint Sebastian’s naked body, which is very rare in Lotto’s works.
Two of the essential works by Lotto arrives from the Hermitage Museum of Saint Peterburg. One of them is “Christ leads the Apostles to the Mount Tabor” (1511-1512), predella of the stunning “Pala di Recanati” that can be admired in Recanati, the close Leopardi’s birthplace. The “Sacred Conversation” arrives from the Uffizi Galleries and will be exhibited for the first time after an exceptional restoration. It dates back to 1534, when Lotto was surely in the Marches. The stunning and unexpected shade of the painting and its complex iconography confirm the greatness of this artist, who is able to enchant with his “magic vibrations of light. This melancholic and agitated painter was not adequately appreciated in life, but since the end of the ‘800s critics has considered him one of the major painters of the XVI century.

In Palazzo Buonaccorsi, where the public can admire its magnificent baroque decorations, Lotto’s experience in the Marches is recomposed. Some “linking” works integrate it, but the territorial bond is neither documented nor excluded. In such a manner, Lotto’s artistic evolution can be shaped. On the other hand, the cross references to many artworks of the territory are suggested by the instructional material and some videos specifically produced by Land Communication, along with the documentary directed by Luca Criscenti (which was presented in Madrid and London as well). It closes the exhibition by inviting the visitors to go visit villages and hills in Lotto’s footsteps.
There’s just one exception: the touching presence of the big fresco, which has been detached and assembled on the canvas of “Saint Vincent Ferrer in Gloria” (1510-1512 ca). It is the only fresco to be known in the Marches. It was in the Church of Saint Domenico in Recanati, which was made condemned after the severe earthquake, so it has not been possible to admire the painting for a long time. It is now exhibited for this occasion, thanks to the collaboration with the local diocese. In the end, there is a provocation to create clarity around this issue and in the minds of everyone who could help. The last exhibited work is the empty frame of the prominent “Madonna of Osimo”, painted by Lorenzo around the ‘30s of the XVI century and stolen from the Church of minor friars in 1911, the same year as the notorious theft of the Mona Lisa.
As opposed to Leonardo’s masterpiece, Lotto’s painting was never retrieved. It wounded the regional heritage, a wound yet to be healed.
Crucifixion, 1529
Monte San Giusto (Macerata) Santa Maria in Telusiano

Saint Cristopher and Saint Sebastian, 1531
Berlin, State Museums, Gemäldegalerie
Madonna with Child and Saints, 1539
Cingoli (Macerata), Cingoli Municipality –
Sala degli Stemmi

Madonna with Child and angels
Saint Peterbourg, Hermitage Museum

Judith with Holoferne’s head
Rome, BNL Group BNP Collection
Paribas
Portrait of Giovanni Maria Pizoni, 1538
Oil on canvas 55,5 x 43,5 cm
Milan, Luigi Koelliker Collection

Lorenzo Lotto’s workhop
Mystical Marriage of St Catherine at the presence of Saint Jerome, 1507
Oil on canvas, 57,5 x 74,5 x 5 cm
Private collection

Holy Family in the night
(Madonna who washes the Child), 1526
Oil on canvas, 53,5 x 44 cm
Siena, National Gallery (Inv. 643), Tuscany Museum Centre

INFO & TICKETS

INFORMATIONS

Exhibitional Seat
Palazzo Buonaccorsi
Musei Civici di Macerata
Via Don Minzoni, 24

Informations
www.mostralottomarche.it
info@maceratamusei.it
www.maceratamusei.it
macerata@sistemamuseo.it
www.sistemamuseo.it

Palzzo Buonaccorsi ticket office
+39 0733.25.63. 61

Sferisferio
+ 39 0733.27.17.09

Public open
19 ottobre 2018 – 10 febbraio 2019

Info for conventions and other combinations of visits to the Macerata Civic Network Museums:
www.mostralottomarche.it
www.italytolive.it
info@italytolive.it

Lotto’s cities tour
Recanati, Monte San Giusto, Mogliano, Cingoli, Osimo, Loreto, Jesi, Ancona
info@italytolive.it

TICKETS

Ticket office timetables
Palazzo Buonaccorsi – Via Don Minzoni, 24
Sferisterio – Piazza Nazario Sauro
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00
closed on Mondays
The ticket office closes 30 minutes before the indicated time

Tickets
The single ticket includes:
admission to the exhibition; the visit of Palazzo Buonaccorsi and the Sferisterio;
CityTour at fixed times.

Full: €10
Reduced – €8
visitors from 20 to 25 years; card holders FAI, TOURING CLUB ITALIANO, COOP Alleanza 3.0, Italia Nostra; teachers
Reduced – €5
(groups of 15 people – max 25; school groups min 15 people – max 30)
Reduced – €3
(resident of Macerata city)
Reduced earthwake area: €3
(residents in the crater area)
Family pack:
full or reduced adult ticket
children and teenagers free up to 19 years

Free:
children, young people, 0-14 years old; soci ICOM; journalists with a regular card; disabled and accompanying persons; Card McCULT holder
The ticket is valid 10 days from the day of its issue.

Card McCULT: €3
for residents of the Marca Maceratese
(the municipalities of the province of Macerata), with annual validity starting from 1 November. Advantages: free admission all year round, cultural events and initiatives, bookshop purchases, news.

Visite guidate
Gruppi
Mostra
(max 25 persone):
italiano €80; inglese €100
per 1 h di visita.
Palazzo Buonaccorsi, Sferisferio, mostra
(max 25 persone):
italiano €110; inglese €130
per circa 2 h di visita.
Info e prenotazioni:
info@italytolive.it – www.italytolive.it

Scolaresche
Ingresso gratuito per gruppi scolastici – da 15 a 30 alunni- che usufruiscono di visita guidata o attività didattica
Visita guidata mostra
(max 30 persone e 2 docenti accompagnatori):
€60 per 1 h di visita;
€50 per le scuole della città di Macerata e i Comuni dell’area del sisma.
Visita guidata mostra e laboratorio didattico
(min 15, max 30 persone):
€5 per una durata di 1 h e 30 minuti.

Pacchetti e Informazioni Turistiche
www.turismo.marche.it
www.destinazionemarche.it

I SALA

Il recupero della storia marchigiana
di Lorenzo Lotto: protagonisti
e testimonianze

1.1 Giorgio Vasari
Le Vite de’ più eccellenti pittori scultori e architettori, 1550
Stampa in ottavo
Fermo, Biblioteca Civica
“Romolo Spezioli”

1.2 Giorgio Vasari
Le Vite de’ più eccellenti pittori scultori e architettori, 1568
Stampa in ottavo
Fermo, Biblioteca Civica
“Romolo Spezioli”

1.3 Carlo Ridolfi
Le maraviglie dell’arte, ouero le vite de gl’illustri pittori veneti, e dello Stato di Venezia, 1648
Libro a stampa, cm 22,5 x 17 x 3
Pesaro, Biblioteca d’Arte Signoretti

1.4 Francesco Maria Tassi
Vite de’ pittori scultori e architetti
bergamaschi – Vita di Lorenzo Lotto, 1793
Stampa in quarto,
Fermo, Biblioteca Civica
“Romolo Spezioli”

1.5 Luigi Antonio Lanzi
Storia Pittorica della Italia dal risorgimento delle belle arti fin presso al fine del XVIII secolo- Tomo III
Scuola Veneziana, 1809
Libro a stampa, 22 x 16 x 3 cm 1. 6
Pesaro, Biblioteca d’Arte Signoretti

1.6 Amico Ricci
Memorie storiche delle arti e degli artisti della Marca di Ancona del marchese Amico Ricci di Macerata, cavaliere dell’ordine de’ SS. Mauruzio, 1834
Libro a stampa, 23 x 16 x 4 cm
Pesaro, Biblioteca d’Arte Signoretti

1.7 Bernard Berenson
Lorenzo Lotto. An Essay in Constructive Art Criticism, London-New York, 1895
Libro a stampa, cm 22,3 x 17 x 4,2
Collezione privata

1.8 Bernard Berenson
Lorenzo Lotto, Milano, 1955
Libro a stampa, 27 x 20 x 4,5 cm
Pesaro, Biblioteca d’Arte Signoretti

1. 9 Roberto Longhi
Viatico per cinque secoli di pittura
veneziana, Firenze, Sansoni, 1946
Libro a stampa, 27 x 21,5 cm
Macerata, Istituzione Macerata Cultura – Biblioteca Mozzi Borgetti

1.10 Anna Banti (Lucia Lopresti)
Lorenzo Lotto, regesto note e cataloghi a cura di A. Boschetto, Firenze, 1953
Libro a stampa, 27 x 21,5 x 3 cm
Pesaro, Biblioteca d’Arte Signoretti

1.12 Pietro Zampetti (a cura di)
Mostra di Lorenzo Lotto, catalogo della mostra (Venezia, 1953), Venezia, 1953
Libro a stampa, cm 21 x 15,5 x 1,5
Collezione Zampetti

1.13 Pietro Zampetti (a cura di)
Il Libro di spese diverse (1538-1556), Istituto Per La Collaborazione Culturale, Venezia-Roma, 1969
Libro a stampa,
Collezione Zampetti

1.14 Paolo dal Poggetto, Pietro Zampetti (a cura di)
Lorenzo Lotto nelle Marche. Il suo tempo, il suo influsso, catalogo della mostra (Ancona, 1981), Firenze, 1981
Libro a stampa, 23 x 21,5 x 3,5 cm
Pesaro, Biblioteca d’arte Signoretti

1.15 Lettere manoscritte di Pietro Zampetti a Rodolfo Pallucchini
1958, 1961, 1965
Collezione Zampetti

1.16 da Lorenzo Lotto, anonimo
Studi delle pale d’altare di Jesi, fine XVI – inizio XVII secolo
Pietra rossa su carta bianca,
27,5 x 42,1 cm
Siena, Biblioteca Comunale degli Intronati

1.17 da Lorenzo Lotto, anonimo
Assunzione della Vergine, 1729
Inchiostro bruno acquarellato con rilievi di biacca su carta bianca, 32,3 x 53,8 cm
Londra, The British Museum

1.18 Lorenzo Lotto pittore
Notizie della sua attività a Recanati e Loreto in una lettera a Bartolomeo Preda del fratello Francesco e in un’altrad elle zio, Loreto, 1812, 12 nov. , Loreto, 1828, 23 feb.
(facslimile) Venezia, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Museo Correr, Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe

III SALA

I luoghi di Lorenzo Lotto nelle Marche del XVI secolo

3.1 Gerardo Mercatore
Sfera Terrestre, 1541
Acquaforte su carta con parti acquerellate, su supporto di gesso e tela sostenuto da centine interne di legno, diam. 41,7 cm
Urbania, Biblioteca e Museo Civico

Sfera Celeste, 1551
Acquaforte su carta con parti acquerellate, incollata su supporto di gesso e tela, sostenute da centine interne di legno, diam. 41,7 cm
Urbania, Biblioteca e Museo Civico

3.2 Atlante nautico in otto carte
L’Adriatico e le coste dell’Italia Meridionale, seconda metà XVI sec.
Miniatura su pergamena,
33,2 x26,2 cm
Venezia, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Museo Correr

3.3 Vincenzo Luchino
La Marca d’Ancona
Roma, riedizione di Franciscus De Paulis, 1647
Acquaforte e bulino, carta sciolta,
44 x 56 cm
Pesaro, Collezioni d’arte della
Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio
di Pesaro

3.4 Anonimo
Traslazione della Santa Casa,
fine XVI sec.
Incisione, 37 x 40 cm
Firenze, Gallerie degli Uffizi

3.5 Gherardo Cibo
Studio per gruppo di case su un colle
Carta, 18,2 x 27,2cm
Urbania, Biblioteca e Museo Civico

3.6 Gherardo Cibo
Marina con nave che affonda,
sulla destra un porto, alcuni alberi
in primo piano
Penna e inchiostro bruno, acquerello bruno e grigio, 41,2 x 28,6 cm
Jesi, Biblioteca comunale Planettiana

3.7 Gherardo Cibo
Marina con pescatori,
Penna inchiostro bruno, tempera rosa, ocra, azzurra e verde, su carta azzurra, 27,3 x 20,1c m
Fossombrone, Biblioteca Civica
Passionei

3.8 Gherardo Cibo
Veduta della valle del Chienti col Castello “La Rancia” presso Tolentino
Penna,inchiostro bruno, 23,3 x 34,2 cm
Fossombrone, Biblioteca Civica
Passionei

3.9 Gherardo Cibo
Paesaggio con case, viandanti e due grandi massicci rocciosi
Penna e inchiostro bruno, acquerello bruno e grigio, 40 x 27 cm
Jesi, Biblioteca comunale Planettiana

3.10 Gherardo Cibo
Paesaggio boscoso; sulla destra grande roccia con caverne
Penna e inchiostro bruno, acquerello bruno e grigio, mm 393 x 280
Jesi, Biblioteca comunale Planettiana

3.11 Gherardo Cibo
Paesaggio costiero con rocce sulla sinistra; in primo piano a sinistra Maddalena penitente
Penna e inchiostro bruno, acquerello bruno e grigio, 40 x 28 cm
Jesi, Biblioteca comunale Planettiana

3.12 Andrea Lilli
Veduta di Ancona
Olio su tela, 64 x 257 cm
Ancona, Pinacoteca Comunale
“Francesco Podesti”

IV SALA

I primi soggiorni a Recanati (1495 c. – 1508)

4.1. Pittore veneto-lombardo della fine del XV secolo (Lorenzo Lotto?)
Sacra Famiglia, 1495 – 1500
Tempera e olio su tavola, 75 x 50 cm
Recanati, Museo Diocesano – Diocesi di Macerata,Tolentino, Recanati,
Cingoli, Treia

4.2 Andrea Mantegna
Madonna col Bambino, 1480-1490
Bulino su carta, secondo stato,
24 x 24 cm
Padova, Biblioteca Antica del Seminario Vescovile

4.3 Bottega di Lorenzo Lotto
Sposalizio mistico di Santa Caterina alla presenza di san Girolamo, 1507
Olio su tavola, 36,5 x 52 x 2,5 cm
Collezione privata

4.4 Lorenzo Lotto
Studio per panneggio e testa d’uomo, 1506
Matita nera carboncino e biacca su carta azzurra filigranata (recto), matita nera e carboncino (verso), 28 x 24 cm
Firenze, Gallerie degli Uffizi

4.5 Supplica dei frati domenicani di Recanati per il finanziamento del polittico di Lorenzo Lotto, Recanati, 17 giugno 1506 – Annales, vol. 80
Recanati, Archivio Storico Comunale

4.6 Contratto di commissione del polittico di Recanati a Lorenzo Lotto,
Recanati, 20 giugno 1506
Fondo Notarile di Recanati, vol. 393 cc.
43v-44r, Bastardelli, notaio Piergiorgio di Antonio, (cc. 43v-45v),
Carta, 16 x 24 x 3 cm
Macerata, Archivio di Stato

V SALA

Dopo Roma: Recanati e Jesi (1511 – 1512)
5.1 Lorenzo Lotto
San Vincenzo Ferrer, 1510 – 1512 ca
Affresco staccato e montato su tela,
265 x 166 cm
Recanati, Chiesa di San Domenico – Diocesi di Macerata,Tolentino, Recanati, Cingoli, Treia

5.2 Lorenzo Lotto
Cristo conduce gli apostoli
sul monte Tabor, 1511 ca.
Olio su tavola, trasportato su tela,
26,5 x 58 cm
San Pietroburgo, Museo Statale
Ermitage

5.3 Lorenzo Lotto
San Gerolamo penitente, 1512-1513 ca.
Olio su tavola, 55 x 44 cm
Sibiu, Muzeul National Brukenthal

5.4 Lorenzo Lotto
Giuditta con la testa di Oloferne, 1512
Olio su tavola, 28,8 x 23,4 cm
Roma, Collezione BNL
Gruppo BNP Paribas

5.5 Anonimo
Medaglia di Sigismondo Gonzaga,
1510-1521 ca.
Bronzo, fusione, 69,5 mm
Bologna, Istituzione Bologna Musei – Museo Civico Archeologico

VI SALA

I Intermezzo: tra Bergamo e Venezia (1513 – 1532)
6.1 Contratto fra la confraternita di Santa Lucia di Jesi e Lorenzo Lotto per la pala di Santa Lucia, Jesi, 11 dicembre 1523 – vol. 84 (1523),
notaio Orsino Orsini
Ancona, Archivio di Stato – Fondo notarile di Jesi

6.2 Lorenzo Lotto
Natività in notturno (Madonna che lava il Bambino), 1526
Olio su tavola, 55,5 x 45 cm
Siena, Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena

6.3 Lorenzo Lotto
La negazione di Pietro, 1532 ca.
108 x 95 cm
Milano, Collezione privata

6.4 Lorenzo Lotto
Cristo Redentore, 1524-1527
Olio su tela, 115×88,7 cm
Mantova, Museo di Palazzo d’Arco

6.5 Lorenzo Lotto
Venere adornata dalle Grazie
Olio su tavola 218,5x195x10,5 cm
Collezione privata-courtesy of
Eckart Lingenauber

6.6 Lorenzo Lotto
Studio per tarsia del campo di battaglia assiro con Giuditta e Oloferne, 1527
Penna e inchiostro bruno acquarellato su carta bianca, cm 31,4 x 24,5
Londra, The British Museum

VII SALA

Un lungo peregrinare: Ancona, Jesi, Recanati, Macerata, Osimo, Loreto, Cingoli (1533 – 1539)
7.1 Lorenzo Lotto
Madonna col bambino, 1526 – 1529 ca.
Olio su tela, 60 x 50 cm
Roma, Palazzo del Quirinale

7.2 Lorenzo Lotto
Sacra Famiglia con Sant’Anna e San Gerolamo, 1534
Olio su tela, 67,2 x 85 cm
Firenze, Gallerie degli Uffizi

7.4 Lorenzo Lotto
San Cristoforo, 1538-1539
Olio su tela, 162 x 56,8 cm
Berlino, Staatliche Museen su Berlin, Gemäldegalerie

7.5 Lorenzo Lotto
San Sebastiano, 1538-1539
Olio su tela, 162 x 56,8
Berlino, Staatliche Museen su Berlin, Gemäldegalerie

7.6 Lorenzo Lotto
Studio per il San Mattia (San Simone) della pala di Ancona, 1550
Disegno, 40,6 x 28,1 cm
Londra, The British Museum

7.7 Lorenzo Lotto nomina procuratore Giannetto del Coro di Ancona
Ancona, 24 ottobre 1534,
notaio Angelo Cicconi, 23x32x10 cm
Ancona, Archivio di Stato – Fondo Notarile di Ancona

7.8 Giovanni del Coro
Progetto per la cassa dell’organo della cattedrale di Recanati, 1528, notaio Giovan Francesco Tarantelli,
Fondo notarile di Recanati, vol. 790, foglio sciolto
Penna e inchiostro bruno su carta, con tracce di matita rossa, 580 x 520 mm
Macerata, Archivio di Stato

7.9 Lorenzo Lotto nomina procuratore il suo allievo Ottavio di Giulio da Macerata
Ancona, 18 aprile 1539, notaio Girolamo Giustiniani, 23x32x10 cm
Ancona, Archivio di Stato – Fondo Notarile di Ancona
II Intermezzo: tra Venezia e Treviso (1540 – 1549)

7.10 Lorenzo Lotto
Libro di spese diverse, 1540-1556
Facsimile
Loreto, Archivio storico della Santa Casa – Delegazione Pontificia per il Santuario della Santa Casa di Loreto

7.11 Lorenzo Lotto
Ritratto di Giovanni Maria Pizoni, 1538
Olio su tela 55,5 x 43,5 cm
Collezione Koelliker

7.15 Lorenzo Lotto
Svenimento della Vergine durante il trasporto di Cristo al sepolcro, 1541
Olio su tela, 142 x 212 cm
Strasburgo, Musée des Beaux-Arts

7.12 Lorenzo Lotto
Madonna delle Grazie, 1542-46 ca
Tavola, 39,5 x 32 cm
San Pietroburgo, Museo Statale Ermitage

7.13 Lorenzo Lotto
Ritratto di gentiluomo con guanti
1540-1545 ca.
Olio su tela, 74,5 x 59,5 cm
Collezione privata

7.14 Lorenzo Lotto
Madonna con il Bambino e i santi Giovanni Battista e Zaccaria, 1546
Olio su tela, 48,7 x 63,6 cm
Milano, Museo Poldi Pezzoli

VIII SALA

L’ultimo ritorno: Ancona e Loreto (1549 – 1556/57)
8.2 Lorenzo Lotto
Deposizione di Cristo, 1556 ca.
Matita nera con lumeggiature a biacca su carta azzurra sbiadita quadrettata a matita nera, 34,3 x 24,5 cm
Parigi, Musée du Louvre, Département des Arts graphiques

8.4 Lorenzo Lotto
San Girolamo penitente, 1544 – 1446
Olio su tela, 99 x 90 cm
Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado
contnua Elenco opere

8.5 Lorenzo Lotto prende a bottega come apprendista Marco Catalenich
da Fiume
Ancona, 9 settembre 1550, notaio Riccardo Mazzei, 23x32x10 cm
Ancona, Archivio di Stato – Fondo Notarile di Ancona

8.6 Lorenzo Lotto si offre come oblato alla Santa Casa di Loreto
Loreto, 8 settembre 1554
Manoscritto, 34 x 23 x 6 cm
Istrumenti vol. 7, 1538 – 1583 c. 35 rv
Loreto, Archivio Storico della Santa Casa – Delegazione Pontificia per il Santuario della Santa Casa di Loreto

8.7 Inventario della Guardaroba della Santa Casa di Loreto
Loreto, 1 luglio 1565
Manoscritto, 30 x 22 x 12,5 cm
Loreto, Archivio Storico della Santa Casa – Inventari dell’Amministrazione, Inventario della Guardaroba

SEZIONE – Tre ‘Casi Studio’

I Caso Studio
Un San Girolamo controverso e un dossier di stampe

CS.1.1 Lorenzo Lotto
San Girolamo nello studio
Olio su tela, 47,5×59 cm
Bassano del Grappa, Museo Civico

CS.1.2 Albrecht Dürer
San Girolamo nello studio, 1514
Incisione a bulino, 24,8 x 18,8 cm
Bassano del Grappa, Museo Civico

CS.1.3 Albrecht Dürer
San Cristoforo con un volo d’uccelli, 1503-1504 ca.
Xilografia, 21,5 x 14,3
Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe
Firenze, Gallerie degli Uffizi

CS.1.4 Albrecht Dürer
L’Ascensione, dopo il 1511
Xilografia, 12,5 x 9,7 cm
Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe
Firenze, Gallerie degli Uffizi

CS. 1.5 Andrea Mantegna
Seppellimento di Cristo, 1470-1475 ca.
Bulino e punta secca, 26,6 x 44,2 cm
Bassano del Grappa, Museo Civico

CS. 1.6 Nicolò Boldrini, attribuito
(da Tiziano)
Stigmatizzazione di San Francesco, 1526-1530
Silografia, 298 x 443 mm
Venezia, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Museo Correr, Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe

CS. 1.7 Giovanni Andrea Vavassore
Opera nova contemplativa, 1540 ca.
Libro a stampa, 15,8 x 10,5 x 16 cm
Venezia, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Biblioteca del Museo Correr

CS. 1.8 La Biblia quale contiene i sacri libri del Vecchio Testamento tradotti […] per Antonio Brucioli. Co diuini libri del Nuovo Testamento […] tradotti […] perl medesimo, 1532, Venezia, presso Lucantonio Giunti – In quarto
Bergamo, Biblioteca Civica Angelo Mai e Archivi storici comunali

II Caso Studio
Un vis-à-vis non dimenticabile: Carlo Crivelli e Lorenzo Lotto

CS.2.1 Carlo Crivelli
Madonna col Bambino, 1470 ca.
Tempera su tavola trasportata su tela, 59 x 40 cm
Macerata, Istituzione Macerata Cultura – Musei Civici di Palazzo Buonaccorsi

CS. 2.2 Lorenzo Lotto
Madonna con bambino e angeli,1525
Olio su tavola, 47 x 38 cm
Venezia, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Museo Correr

III Caso Studio
Una provocazione: la cornice della Madonna di Osimo

CS.3.1 Intagliatore dell’Italia centrale, fine XVI- inizi XVII secolo
Cornice. legno intagliato e dorato a guazzo, 170 x 156 cm
Osimo, Comune di Osimo, Chiesa dell’Annunziata Nuova

EVENTS

Events Program

ITINERARIES

Lorenzo Lotto in the territory

With its unusual position “poking” out into the sea, over the centuries the city has been the landing place of great civilisations that have left important evidence of their passage: from the cathedral of San Ciriaco to the I century AD Roman amphitheatre and the Arch of Trajan. The Pinacoteca Civica – which boasts one of the most remarkable collections in Marche, with works by Titian, Sebastiano Del Piombo, Guercino and Crivelli – conserves the Sacra Conversazione, also known as Lotto’s Altarpiece of the Halberd. The work was commissioned to commemorate the events that occurred during the tyranny of Cardinal Legato Benedetto Accolti, with each character and object with a specific meaning in a cross-referencing of looks and symbols. Elsewhere in Ancona, the church of San Francesco alle Scale safeguards another work by Lotto, the altarpiece of the Assumption painted in 1550: a Venetian work in its essence, marked by a concise and emphatic manner. Another Lotto site is the Loggia dei Mercanti, where an auction of his paintings took place in 1550.

Exhibitional Seat
Pinacoteca Comunale “F. Podesti”
Vicolo Foschi, 4

Timetables
martedì – venerdì: 16:00 – 19:00
sabato e domenica: 10:00 – 19:00
lunedì e orari di chiusura su prenotazione obbligatoria per scuole e/o gruppi

Tickets
Intero (Pinacoteca e Museo della città): €6
Ridotto €3 (giovani 14-25 anni; adulti oltre i 65 anni; gruppi di almeno 15 persone; possessori del biglietto della mostra di Macerata)
Gratuito ragazzi fino a 14 anni
Fototessera annuale di libero accesso ai Musei Cittadini € 30,00 la prima domenica del mese ingresso gratuito

Guided Tours
www.museieducativi.it
didattica.ancona@gmail.com

Informations
T + 39 071 2225047
www.comune.ancona.gov.it
pinacoteca@comune.ancona.it

Social
www.facebook.com/PinacotecaAncona/

Exhibitional Seat
Chiesa di S. Francesco alle Scale

Timetables
lunedì – domenica: 08:30 – 17:00

Tickets
Ingresso gratuito

Guided Tours
T +39 320 8773610
museo.ancona@diocesi.ancona.it

Immersed in one of the most beautiful, luxuriant and rarest areas of the Mediterranean landscape in terms of flora, Cingoli stands in a panoramic position at 630 m, which has earned it the nickname of “Balcony of Marche”. Its almost intact city walls and the many monuments in the historic districts with quiet, pretty streets attest to the glorious past of Cingoli. Lotto’s extraordinary Madonna del Rosario was painted for the high altar of the church of S. Domenico which, unfortunately is closed since 2016 earthquake; the masterpiece is now on display in the Sala degli Stemmi of Cingoli’s Palazzo Comunale.
The work is an expression of Lotto’s great inventive fantasy and executive skill; painted shortly after the Ancona one, here he managed to create an altarpiece that is even more complex, not only for the presence of more figures but also for the extraordinary manner in which he depicted the fifteen mysteries of the Rosary.

Exhibitional Seat
Palazzo comunale, Sala degli Stemmi
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 5

Timetables
lunedì – martedì – giovedì: 08:30 – 12:30 / 15:00 – 18:00
mercoledì – venerdì: 08:30 – 12:30
sabato: 08:30 – 12:30 / 16:30 – 18:30
domenica e festivi: 10:30 – 12:30 / 16:30 – 18:30

Tickets
€2

Informations
T + 39 0733 602877
T + 39 0733 602444
www.comune.cingoli.mc.it
www.comunecingoli.it
biblioteca@comune.cingoli.mc.it
atcprolococingoli@gmail.com

Social
www.facebook.com/ComuneCingoli/

A beautiful town with an ancient Roman and medieval heart, set halfway between the sea and the mountains. Piazza Federico II, an ancient Roman forum and the birthplace of the famous Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, houses the multimedia museum called “Stupor Mundi” and the Museo Diocesano, with over 200 works from churches and religious institutions from the diocese of Jesi. In the eighteenth century, new public buildings were constructed in the oldest part of the town, including Teatro Pergolesi and Palazzo Pianetti, now home to the Musei Civici of Jesi, which preserve precious works ranging from archaeological items to modern works and five pictures by Lorenzo Lotto painted between 1512 and 1539 for the churches of San Francesco al monte and San Floriano.
They include the large altarpiece of the Deposition, two small panels depicting the Angel of the Annunciation and the Virgin of the Annunciation, the Madonna of the Roses and, a true masterpiece, the famous Saint Lucy altarpiece.

Exhibitional Seat
Musei Civici di Palazzo Pianetti
Via XV Settembre, 10

Timetables
martedì – domenica e festivi: 10:00 – 13:00 / 16:00 – 19:00
lunedì chiuso, eccetto festivi

Tickets
Intero €3 – visita di un museo; €6 – visita di due musei; €8 – visita di tre musei.
Ridotto €3 – cumulativo di due musei; €6 – cumulativo di tre musei
gruppi scolastici; gruppi min 15 persone;
studenti universitari fino a 26 anni (su presentazione della tessera universitaria);
soci Archeoclub, FAI;
possessori biglietto d’ingresso Museo Federico II Stupor Mundi e Grotte di Frassassi (fino al 31/12/2018)
Gratuito ragazzi fino a 14 anni

Guided Tours
solo su prenotazione:
T + 39 0731 538420 – 439 – 343
pinacoteca@comune.jesi.an.it

Informations
T + 39 0731 538340
www.turismojesi.it
turismo@comune.jesi.an.it

Social
www.facebook.com/ComuneJesi/
www.instagram.com/comunejesi/

With the unmistakable silhouette of its Sanctuary and the majesty of the Apostolic Palace, Loreto immediately stands out for its beauty. The history of the Sanctuary has interlaced with the history of the city for centuries, since 1294 when tradition has it that Mary’s house in Nazareth was moved there. Among the various artworks preserved at the Museo Pontificio Santa Casa in Loreto there are seven paintings by Lorenzo Lotto that used to adorn the old Cappella del Coro, some of which painted by the artist in the last years of his life, spent at the Sanctuary as an oblate in the Santa Casa: Christ and the Adulteress, Saint Michael casting out Lucifer, The Adoration of the Child, The Sacrifice of Melchizedek, The Baptism of Christ, The Adoration of the Magi and The Presentation of Christ in the Temple. Another great picture, a Saint Christopher and the Child with Saints Roch and Sebastian can be admired in the Basilica della Santa Casa.

Exhibitional Seat
Museo Pontificio Santa Casa
Piazza della Madonna 1

Timetables
Tutti i giorni: 10:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 18:00

Tickets
L’ingresso al Museo Pontificio Santa Casa è gratuito

Informations
T 071 – 9747198
museopontificio@delegazioneloreto.it

Halfway between the Sibylline Mountains and the Adriatic Riviera lies Mogliano, a charming borgo perched in the hills of Marche. This unexpectedly beautiful little town commands the surrounding valleys. The church of Santa Maria di Piazza and the old oratory of the Madonna della Misericordia, now house of the MASM (Museo Arte Sacra Mogliano), adorn the town square, together with the Teatro Apollo.
The MASM, recently restored and house of a fine collection includes the Madonna in Glory with Angels and Saints John the Baptist, Anthony of Padua, Mary Magdalene and
Joseph, also known as the Assumption altarpiece, painted by Lorenzo Lotto in 1548. The painting and its frame were commissioned to Lotto by the mayor of Mogliano, Giacomo Boninfanti.
Completed in May 1548, the painting arrived in Mogliano from Venice, just in time for the feast of the patron saint of the town, Saint John the Baptist.

Exhibitional Seat
MASM – Museo Arte Sacra di Mogliano
Vicolo Boninfanti

Timetables
martedì e mercoledì: 10:00 – 12:30
giovedì: 17:30 – 19:30; venerdì 10:00 – 12:30
/ 17:30 – 19:30
sabato: 10:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 18:00
domenica chiuso

Tickets
L’ingresso al MASM è gratuito

Guided Tours
solo su prenotazione:
M + 39 338 6564408

Informations
Comune di Mogliano
T + 39 0733 557771
Infopoint
T + 39 0733 557730
M + 39 335 5329539
Responsabile museo
M + 39 338 6564408
www.comune.mogliano.mc.it
www.masm.it

Social
www.facebook.com/comunedimogliano/

Monte San Giusto lies amid the valleys where the Cremone and the Ete Morto flow, in a panoramic position facing the sea. Here stands one of the most important Renaissance buildings of Marche together with Palazzo Ducale in Urbino: Palazzo Bonafede, today site of the Museo di Monte San Giusto. Not far from here stands the church of Santa Maria in Telusiano (or della Pietà) founded in the fourteenth century but restored in the sixteenth, and housing a Crucifixion by Lorenzo Lotto in its original frame. The work, commissioned to Lotto by Nicolò Bonafede, bishop of Chiusi and official of the Roman court, includes its patron: marked by a grandiose drama in the depiction of the Crucifixion, the composition also includes a portrait of Bonafede kneeling and contemplating the fainting of Mary. The picture is a representation of suffering in which the tragedy is never desperation and nor is the truth displayed as realism.

Exhibitional Seat
Chiesa di Santa Maria in Telusiano
Via Tolomei, 5

Timetables
tutti i giorni: 08:00 – 12:30 / 15:00 – 19:00

Tickets
L’ingresso è gratuito

Guided Tours
Info e prenotazioni
M + 39 334 7085112

Informations
Segreteria Comune
T + 39 0733 839006 – 07
Casa Parrocchiale
T + 39 0733 53162
www.visitmonetesangiusto.com
visitmonetesangiusto@gmail.com

Social
www.facebook.com/comunemontesangiusto1/
App per scoprire i momumenti della città
play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.ubisive.montesangiusto

Enclosed between Monte Conero, the Adriatic Sea and the Sibylline Mountains, Recanati is the most lyrical village in Marche, maybe all Italy. Protected by its ancient walls and by those hills that so much inspired Giacomo Leopardi, Recanati flourished in XII century, thanks to the union of three hamlets, the construction of the port and finally the conferment of the title of City as well as episcopal seat. Over the years, Recanati enjoyed the passage of humanists, artists and writers. Here, the Museo Civico-Villa Colloredo Mels preserves an extraordinary corpus of works by Lorenzo Lotto: from the San Domenico polyptych, the young painter’s first work in Marche, to The Transfiguration of Christ, Saint James the Greater and his masterpiece: the Annunciation, perhaps Lorenzo Lotto’s most famous picture, which depicts the unfolding of the miraculous event exactly as it takes place.

Exhibitional Seat
Villa Colloredo Mels
Via Gregorio XII

Timetables
martedì – domenica: 10:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 18:00

Tickets
Il biglietto di circuito prevede l’ingresso a Villa Colloredo, alla Pinacoteca e Museo dell’Emigrazione Marchigiana, alla Torre del borgo e al Museo Beniamino Gigli
Intero €10
Ridotto €7
gruppi gruppi min 15 persone; gruppi accompagnati da guida turistica abilitata;
possessori tessere FAI, Touring Club, Italia Nostra, Coop, Alleanza 3.0 e precedenti, Adriatica, Nordest, Estense.
Ridotto €5
Possessori di Recanati Card in caso di mostre temporanee; Campus Infinito; gruppi scolastici.
Gratuito minori fino a 19 anni; soci ICOM;
giornalisti muniti di regolare tesserino;
disabili ed accompagnatore; gruppi scolastici che usufruiscono di visita guidata o attività laboratoriali.

Guided Tours
Info e prenotazioni
T + 39 071 7570410 / 071 981471

Informations
Villa Coloredo Mels
T + 39 071 7570410
IAT
T + 39 071 981471
www.infinitorecanati.it
recanati@sistemamuseo.it

Social
www.facebook.com/Recanati.infinito/
www.instagram.com/recanati_infinito/
www.twitter.com/Recanati_

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998 and the birthplace of Raphael, Urbino certainly is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. The transformation from a medieval village to a Renaissance urban jewel took place under Federico da Montefeltro ruling, who was the lord of Urbino in the second half of the XVcentury.
The Palazzo Ducale now houses the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche which, in addition to important paintings by Piero della Francesca, Raphael and Laurana, also conserves a Saint Roch by Lotto, purchased for the museum by the state in 2007. Part of a diptych, Saint Roch recurs in Lotto’s oeuvre for the devotional aspects associated with the figure of this saint, invoked to protect against the plague. As in the picture at Loreto, Saint Roch is accompanied by Saints Christoper and Sebastian while he indicates the typical marks of the plague, inviting the observer to trust in divine benevolence to be healed.

Exhibitional Seat
Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Palazzo
Ducale di Urbino,
Piazza Rinascimento, 13

Timetables
da martedì a domenica: dalle 8:30 alle 19:15
lunedì: dalle 8:30 alle 14:00

Informations
0722 322625
ducale@gebart.it
www.gebart.it

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