The Ducal Palace, located in the center of Pesaro, is a historic Roman-style building with two floors. The first floor is a classic Venetian-style cloister, and the outer wall of the second floor is decorated with many exquisite reliefs.
Many early Raphael works can be admired in the Ducal Palace of Urbino. At this time, the Virgin in his works has not yet brought glory, and still retains the master's style. The three-dimensional line of three dots and one line has just appeared, and it has been skillfully used by people, and countless outstanding painters have sprouted under the background of the great era. There are Titian, Caravaggio, Giotto and so on. This is really a longing life.
The Ducal Palace of Urbino has a large collection of masterpieces, and the painter Raphael left several works in his hometown. At this time, the religious paintings on the stereotyped and single subject in the Middle Ages took a turning point. The Renaissance concept of emphasizing "humanism" made the painter's portraits appear for the first time. In addition to the classic style of Raphael’s statue of the Virgin, there is also the treasure of the town hall "The Duchess of Urbino". The breakthrough creation of this portrait is to use a black background to highlight the image of the person. Then there is the "Mona Lisa" landscape background. In addition, the Ducal Palace also contains works by Titian and others. This is really a longing life.
Needless to say about the high-end collections of the Ducal Palace of Urbino, the exquisite wood mosaics in the Ducal Palace are simply a combination of mathematics and aesthetics. The four walls of the entire room are all wrapped by mosaic paintings. The color difference of wood is used to express open cabinet doors, falling books, pavilions and pavilions. This technique of expressing three-dimensional perspective on a plane is completely shocked by what I have seen. I can’t help thinking. You have to touch it with your hands to confirm that it is really a flat wall rather than a bumpy sculpture. This is really a longing life.
Urbino is a humble town, or a medieval city surrounded by walls. It is also the hometown of painter Raphael. The jewel of Urbino is the Ducal Palace of Urbino in the city center. It is a very beautiful old building. Roman arches and inlaid decoration make one cannot help but walk in. The collections inside are all stories. Italy has a rich heritage, and any roadside town has surprises