3D Masterworks

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You might already know them or maybe just a few of them… but you’ve never seen them like this!

We’re talking about some of the greatest masterpieces of the height of Italian art: the Renaissance.

We want to take you on a trip through the works of world-class artists like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Caravaggio.

We’ll amaze you with their stories and what made them famous all over the world.

Ten masterworks reconstructed in 3D, to immerse yourself in those faces and colors, to discover their secrets.

The idea is to show and talk about Italian Renaissance mastepieces, bringing them to life thanks to 3D technology, making them even more spectacular and awe-inspiring.

It’s a difficult and painstaking job that starts with high-definition reconstruction of the images, what amounts to a sort of digital restoration, up to the actual reconstruction of the missing parts of the painting that are necessary for the 3D effect.

The finished videos will be put on the web absolutely free and available to students, teachers, everybody, with total freedom to use them.


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The masterworks:


Mona Lisa

Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

The most famous and mysterious smile in the history of art.

Visited by six million people every year.

3 years of hard work and over 40 layers of paint to achieve her iconic, enigmatic expression.

The Last Supper

Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

The most reproduced religious painting of all times and one of the world’s most iconic paintings.

A Judas modeled after a real criminal and a great hidden mistery that has been revealed from years of decay.

Annunciation

Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

An intense study of birds to paint the angel's wings and a visual play on words.

Quote from the tomb of Piero and Giovanni dei Medici painted in the marble table in front of the Virgin.

A conspicuous perspectival mistake hidden in the painting.

The Birth of Venus

Artist: Botticelli

The first large-scale canvas created in Renaissance Florence. A painting full of symbolism and references considered to be the perfect idea of feminine beauty in art.

Primavera

Artist: Botticelli

The painting was commissioned by the Medici family.

The picture celebrates the arrival of spring and is filled with mythological symbolism.

The Entombment of Christ

Artist: Caravaggio

The Entombment of Christ, the most monumental of all Caravaggio's paintings.

The self confident and the statuesque have been replaced by humility and subjection.

According to one's attitude, one will detect either irreverence or profound religious bewilderment.

Sacred and Profane Love

Artist: Tiziano

Sacred and Profane Love is a painting full of mystery and is one of the most studied works in all of art history.

The Sistine chapel

Artist: Michelangelo

The Sistine Chapel is without doubt one of the greatest art treasures of all time, one of the most celebrated masterpieces in the world.

Step into the Sistine Chapel and the magic completely envelops you because literally everything in this place is priceless and rich in history.

Raphael’s Rooms

Artist: Raffaello

Among the great artists that have worked in the Vatican, the name of Raphael shines the brightest and in fact, it’s here that he left some of his most beautiful work.

Doni Tondo

Artist: Michelangelo

One of the few examples of Michelangelo’s painting.

Five ambiguous nude male figures stand in the background.

The frame is ornately carved with five mysterious heads.