Dante Alighieri

Botticelli’s Secret: The Lost Drawings and the Rediscovery of the Renaissance

Some five hundred years ago, Sandro Botticelli, a painter of humble origin, created works of unearthly beauty. A star of Florence’s art world, he was commissioned by a member of the city’s powerful Medici family to execute a near-impossible project: to illustrate all one hundred cantos of The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, the ultimate visual homage to that “divine” poet.

The Divine Comedy

Widely proclaimed to be one of the greatest literary works of all time, Dante Alighieri's medieval poem takes us on an epic and deeply imaginative journey through the three realms of the afterlife.

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