Series: Corsera - I Capolavori dell'Arte

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Botticelli - La nascita di Venere by AAAA - Corsera01
Caravaggio - Canestra di frutta by AAAA - Corsera2
Renoir - Le moulin de la Galette by AAAA - Corsera3
Michelangelo - Tondo Doni by AAAA - Corsera4
Van Gogh - Girasoli by AAAA - Corsera5
Vermeer - La merlettaia by AAAA - Corsera6
Klimt - Le tre età by AAAA - Corsera07
Piero della Francesca - Sacra Conversazione by AAAA - Corsera08
Monet - Impression, Soleil levant. by AAAA - Corsera9
Leonardo - La Gioconda by AAAA - Corsera10
Gauguin - Donne di Tahiti by AAAA - Corsera11
Tiziano - Amor sacro e Amor profano by AAAA - Corsera12
Canaletto - Palazzo Ducale e piazza San Marco by AAAA - Corsera13
Velasquez - Las Meninas by AAAA - Corsera14
Raffaello - Madonna della seggiola by AAAA - Corsera15
Manet - Olympia by AAAA - Corsera16
Bosch - Il giardino delle delizie by AAAA - Corsera17
Degas - L'orchestra dell'Opera by AAAA - Corsera18
Giotto - Compianto su Cristo morto by AAAA - Corsera19
Delacroix - Morte di Sardanapalo by AAAA - Corsera20
Schiele - Autoritratto by AAAA - Corsera21
Tiepolo (GB) - Immacolata Concezione by AAAA - Corsera22
Goya - La Maja desnuda by AAAA - Corsera23
Beato Angelico - Annunciazione by AAAA - Corsera24
Rembrandt - Bue macellato by AAAA - Corsera25
Duccio di Buoninsegna - Maestà by AAAA - Corsera26
Cézanne - Il ponte di Maincy by AAAA - Corsera27
Van Eyck - La Madonna del cancelliere Rolin by AAAA - Corsera28
Masaccio - La cacciata di Adamo ed Eva dal Paradiso by AAAA - Corsera29
Ingres - La Sorgente by AAAA - Corsera30
Georges de la Tour - Il Baro by AAAA - Corsera31
Durer - Autoritratto col fiore d'eringio by AAAA - Corsera32
Rubens - Hélène Fourment con una carrozza by AAAA - Corsera33
El Greco - Seppellimento del conte di Orgaz by AAAA - Corsera34
Poussin - L'ispirazione del poeta by AAAA - Corsera35
Modigliani - Donna con cravatta nera by AAAA - Corsera36
Mantegna - Morte della Vergine by Philippe Daverio37
Toulouse-Lautrec - La pagliaccia Cha-u-Kao by AAAA - Corsera38
Bruegel - Il censimento di Betlemme by Philippe Daverio39
Veronese. Le nozze di Cana by AAAA - Corsera40
Giorgione - La tempesta by Philippe Daverio41
Van Dyck. Incoronazione di spine by Philippe Daverio42
Tintoretto, Miracolo di San Marco che libera uno schiavo by AAAA - Corsera43
Kandinsky - Composizione VI by Philippe Daverio44
Courbet - Funerale a Ornans by Philippe Daverio45
Bellini, Presentazione al tempio by AAAA - Corsera46
Perugino - San Sebastiano by Philippe Daverio47
David - Marat assassinato by Philippe Daverio49
Watteau - Gilles (Pierrot) by Philippe Daverio50

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