Paolo Veronese (1528-1588) is one of the greatest artists of the Italian sixteenth century. His outstanding art returns home after more that 25 years from the last exhibition held in "Museo di Castelvecchio" in 1988
In cooperation with the Verona municipality and London National Gallery, the exhibition is cured by Paola Marini, Director of the “Museo di Castelvecchio”, and by Bernard Aikema from the University of Verona. Throughout a selection of more that 100 artworks, including paintings and drawings from the major Italian, European and North American art museums, the exhibition’s main goal is to provide a portrait of Veronese and his art in all of its multiple aspects. This catalogue gathers the most updated studies and contributions of major international experts in Veronese’s art. Full-page reproductions of all of the artworks displayed in the exhibition upgrade the book which is set to become a milestone in the artist’s bibliography.