The Tale of a Grand Tour morcelé. Suggestions from Antonio Rosmini’s Travel Journal

Elisabetta Rizzioli

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This paper focuses its attention on Rosmini’s relationship with art, especially painting. Through the analysis of Rosmini’s Diario dei viaggi [Travel Diary] - a private journal of aesthetic and historico-artistic character, written between the years 1820 and 1854 in many Italian cities (including Venice, Florence, Rome, and Naples) – Rizzioli reveals the little-known profile of a Rosmini connoisseur of art, to whom a reliable, classical taste provides a valid key of interpretation for medieval, Gothic and Baroque works of art.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15168/rs.v0i4.116

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