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Childrenaissance Collection

"Childrenaissance: A Celebration of Innocence and Devotion in Renaissance Art" Step into the enchanting world of Renaissance art

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Painting by Raffaellino del Garbo entitled Madonna and Child, in the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan

Painting by Raffaellino del Garbo entitled Madonna and Child, in the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan Milan Painting Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Study of the Nativity of Jesus with a male figure kneeling and some children in various poses; pen

Study of the Nativity of Jesus with a male figure kneeling and some children in various poses; pen drawing on white paper, by Leonardo da Vinci and preserved at the Gallery of the Academy, Venice

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Three studies of the Madonna and Child; drawings by Michelangelo

Three studies of the Madonna and Child; drawings by Michelangelo, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, Uffizi Gallery, Florence Florence Uffizi Gallery

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Madonna holding the Child. Glazed terracotta by the Della Robbia, in the Camposanto of Pisa

Madonna holding the Child. Glazed terracotta by the Della Robbia, in the Camposanto of Pisa, in Tuscany Pisa Camposanto Low Relief, Basrelief Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Study of children. Drawing by Leonardo preserved in the Gallery of Academy, Venice

Study of children. Drawing by Leonardo preserved in the Gallery of Academy, Venice Venice Gallery of the Academy Drawing Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Study for a Madonna. Drawing by Leonardo preserved in the Gallery of Academy, Venice

Study for a Madonna. Drawing by Leonardo preserved in the Gallery of Academy, Venice Venice Gallery of the Academy Drawing Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Glazed terracotta representing the Madonna and Child preserved in the Church of San Michele in

Glazed terracotta representing the Madonna and Child preserved in the Church of San Michele in Foro in Lucca Lucca Church of San Michele in Foro Sculpture Renaissance

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Detail of the candelabras on the pillars of the presbytery, in the Colleoni Chapel in Bergamo

Detail of the candelabras on the pillars of the presbytery, in the Colleoni Chapel in Bergamo Bergamo Colleoni Chapel Low Relief, Basrelief Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: The Madonna and Child. Glazed terracotta by Della Robbia, preserved in the Church of San Concordio

The Madonna and Child. Glazed terracotta by Della Robbia, preserved in the Church of San Concordio di Moriano, near Lucca, in Tuscany Lucca San Concordio di Moriano, Church Sculpture Renaissance

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Madonna and Child, marble, florentine school, Stefano Bardini Museum, Florence

Madonna and Child, marble, florentine school, Stefano Bardini Museum, Florence Florence Museo Stefano Bardini Relief Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Madonna and Child, stucco, florentine school, Stefano Bardini Museum, Florence

Madonna and Child, stucco, florentine school, Stefano Bardini Museum, Florence Florence Museo Stefano Bardini Relief Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageChildrenaissance Collection: Madonna and Child with Saints, detail, glazed terracotta sculpture attributed to Giovanni della

Madonna and Child with Saints, detail, glazed terracotta sculpture attributed to Giovanni della Robbia, in the Church of San Giovanni in Sugana, San Casciano Val di Pesa


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"Childrenaissance: A Celebration of Innocence and Devotion in Renaissance Art" Step into the enchanting world of Renaissance art, where the beauty of childhood is immortalized on paper and in clay. These exquisite masterpieces capture the essence of innocence, devotion, and maternal love that defined an era. In Leonardo da Vinci's study of the Nativity of Jesus, a male figure kneels before a group of children frozen in various poses. The delicate pen drawing on white paper transports us to a time when faith was intertwined with everyday life. Michelangelo's three studies of the Madonna and Child reveal his unparalleled talent for capturing tender moments between mother and child. Preserved at the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe in Florence's Uffizi Gallery, these drawings evoke a sense of awe at their lifelike portrayal. The Della Robbia family's glazed terracotta sculptures add vibrant colors to this artistic journey. In Pisa's Camposanto, we find a Madonna holding her precious Child, their bond radiating through every brushstroke. Meanwhile, San Michele in Foro showcases another masterpiece by Leonardo - a captivating study depicting children with an ethereal quality that only he could achieve. As we delve deeper into this realm, Stefano Bardini Museum beckons with its marble and stucco renditions. Here we witness Florentine school artists' skillful hands breathing life into stone as they depict Madonnas cradling their divine infants. Giovanni della Robbia's glazed terracotta sculpture graces San Giovanni in Sugana church near Florence - an intricate piece showcasing not only Mary and Jesus but also saints surrounding them with reverence. Through these artworks spanning different mediums and locations across Italy, we are transported back to an era where childhood was cherished as both sacred and beautiful. The Childrenaissance invites us to marvel at these timeless creations that continue to inspire awe even today.