Raphael’s Madonna of Foligno in Milan

For the sixth consecutive year, the city of Milan and Eni continued the tradition of exhibiting a unique masterpiece at Palazzo Marino, this year in collaboration with the Vatican Museums. Raphael’s "Madonna of Foligno" arrived in Milan for the first time for an extraordinary exhibition within the context of the traditional Christmas initiative. Alessi Hall hosts the first Roman altarpiece by the Genius of Urbino, which was commissioned around the year 1512 for the church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli on Capitoline Hill.

It’s the Touchwindow hardware and software solutions that accompany the visitor on a journey "behind the image" of Raphael’s Madonna of Foligno. After viewing Raphael’s masterpiece, visitors are given the opportunity to delve into the painting's history and related research studies by engaging with an interactive system and an immersive projection.

Pictorial details, research diagrams, and insights: a large gallery of interactive high-resolution images, which, together with the narratives provided by the guides and art historians, will provide visitors with the knowledge necessary to fully appreciate this Renaissance masterpiece. Thus completing the visitor’s experience with an entirely unique learning pathway.

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