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Dreaming in the Renaissance

19 October 2013

9:00 AM

19 October 2013

9:00 AM

The exhibition The Renaissance and Dream at the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris (until 26 January 2014) explores how artists have wrestled with the furthest limits of the imagination, in forms ranging from the muscular elegance of Michelangelo to the luminous naivety of Lorenzo Lotto.

In tackling a subject as inexhaustibly popular as dreams, the exhibition has avoided being either nebulous or anachronistic.

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