The Age of Conquest – exhibition in Rome

April 8th, 2010 by admin


Starting from March 13 until September 5 2010, the Capitoline Museums will host a major exhibition of masterpieces of ancient art from the major European museums.
The exhibition is divided into four parts and is spread over three floors of the museum. Through the vision of imposing marble statues, fine works in bronze and terracotta sculptures entire cycles, ornaments and home decor items made of bronze and silver, the highest value style will be told a time of profound change in the canons and the stylistic aesthetic taste of ancient Rome. A time when Greek influence became predominant to involve fully the cultural world of the Roman Empire.
The Age of conquest begins from the time of formation of the Roman Empire, when Rome gradually expanded its control throughout the Mediterranean basin, from Spain to the coasts of Asia Minor. This period saw the formation of a purely Roman figurative language, which capitalizes on the entire Greek artistic culture, which in time is received, absorbed and modified.

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