Alessandro Rossi is Researcher of History of Modern Art at the UniSR Faculty of Philosophy where he teaches History of Renaissance and Modernity Art. He is a member of the European Research Center for History and Theory of Image. He is the author of numerous articles on Renaissance and Baroque art and of two monographs, one on 16th-century Venetian painting and the other dedicated to Leonardo's painters. He has also published two collections of poems. It defines the history of art developed over the years "anthropologically oriented".
We have reached the third episode of the cycle "Unveiled images, between science and history", an in-depth study dedicated to "pentimento", that is, an ongoing intervention by the artist who reconfigures the iconography, composition or some detail , with a particular focus on the period from the...
For a cycle dedicated to "unveiled images", the apocalyptic theme of Michelangelo's Last Judgment (1536-1541, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums, Vatican City) seems particularly suitable.