Enchanting glance. Graceful gaze. Colossal creation. It is a warm invitation to the mystical world of the Renaissance with these zip pockets.
The Creation of Adam,1508-12 © Vatican Museums
The Birth of Venus, 1484-86 © Uffizi Gallery Florence
Mona Lisa, 1503 © The Louvre Paris
Orphic. Symbolical. Knowledgeable. Leonardo da Vinci, also called 'The Renaissance Man', is considered to be the key person in the birth of the European Renaissance. His rare masterpieces clearly show he was a man seeking perfection.
Italian intensity. Radiant realism. Sophisticated sensitivity. Michelangelo was one of the greatest artists, painters and sculptors of all time. His greatest works include "David" and "Pieta" sightly statues and the Sistine Chapel famed frescoes.
Mystical, magical and mythological. Overtly otherworldly. A great master of the early Italian Renaissance, Sandro Botticelli’s quest for divine beauty is realised as sumptuous softness. His iconic paintings could convert just about anyone into a believer of higher beings.