Sandra Brunetti. Portraits over time. Today and yesterday.

Marino Marini Museum in Florence, dedicates to Sandra Brunetti a monographic exhibition to celebrate the talent in the visual art of the twentieth century of painter and portraitist. The Pupil of the great artists like Caporossi, Mazzacurati and purified, the artist has achieved its own autonomy and technical arts, and has always drawn inspiration from his teachers and guides.
The exhibition of Brunetti, at the crypt and the chapel of the Museo Marino Marini, is composed of sixty works, including paintings, drawings and sketches, ranging from 1970 to present. Among the exhibits there are many portraits in which she herself is the subject, and where you can pick a process to identify and diversification among nell'Autoritratto the Calling of St. Matthew by Caravaggio. The painter is specializing in portraits, immortalized on canvas several characters known as: Vittorio Sgarbi, the pianist Enrico Piccolomini, Paola Dini Bini Raphael, and many others, but also still lifes, and violins. In the vast production of the painter works stand out even encouraged and inspired by De Chirico, recalling the style of the painter. The large capacity of the artist, captures with intensity every subject, animating it and making vivid his image as its essence.
The exhibition offers a broad overview of artistic production, and pressed the viewer to grasp the realistic sense of the work of artist.

Place: Museo Marino Marini, Piazza San Pancrazio, Florence
Duration: 7 December 2009 - January 9, 2010
Opens: December 5, 2009 12 am
time: 10-17, closed Tuesdays and public holidays