The National Academy of San Luca dates back to 1593, when it was founded by the painter and architect Federico Zuccaro. Its online collection of paintings is divided into three periods: 15th, 16th and 17th centuries; 18th-19th centuries and 20th-21st centuries. The museum has important works by Jacopo Bassano, Van Dyck and Rubens, as well as a Self-portrait by Lavinia Fontana. The selected works are accompanied by the corresponding technical data sheet (author, title, date, technique, dimensions and inventory number) and, in some cases, a brief commentary.
Chronology: XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI
Scope: Baccalaureate, University
Resource type: Web
Source: Academia Nacional de San Lucas (Roma)
Owner: Blanca Rodríguez Hernández (Modernalia)
Copyright: Academia Nacional de San Lucas (Roma)
Abstract: Online painting collection of the National Academy of San Luca (Rome)