Enrico de Iulis

Enrico lives in Rome, is 44 years old, is an art historian and has a degree in glottodidactics. He’s been working as a guide with the most important roman cultural associations and he taught art history and artistic technical language at IED (Higher Institute of Design). He has published several papers about art history and glottodidactics applied to art history.


  WTI Magazine #25    2014 Apr, 11Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   If there is a gray area in the common people's attention to the history of art, this is definitely one that covers the artistic production of 1800. If the painting, thanks to the romantic current that led to the testimonies of great historical and literary events o...

  WTI Magazine #23    2014 Mar, 28Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   The last few years mark the beginning of a new "school" in the contemporary art. It's a current born in the metropolitan areas but now it's reaching important proportions even for the art market, albeit very late compared with USA, France and Gre...

  WTI Magazine #21    2014 Mar, 14Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   In common belief, it is thought that Donato Bramante was born in Milan or rather in Lombardy, but the truth is that he was born in 1444 in Fermignano, a small town near Urbino in the Marche region. In fact, the typical education from the center part of Italy, espec...

  WTI Magazine #19    2014 Feb, 28Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   In the history of art it is defined "Mannerism" the generation of painters – from Florence to Rome - that are influenced by Raphael and Michelangelo innovations, merging and taking them on an extreme level. ...

  WTI Magazine #18    2014 Feb, 21Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   In Italy, we are trying - with difficulty - to modernize cities through works of big urban impact, achieving a dual purpose: to make the city government more functional and to promote an awareness of contemporary architecture among the people.  ...

  WTI Magazine #17    2014 Feb, 14Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   If there is a dark zone, or something that is little known of the Italian Art, this is surely the late Romanesque period and the beginning of the Gothic one. In that portion of the history of art, especially with regard to the sculpture, after Wi...

  WTI Magazine #16    2014 Feb, 07Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   Giuseppe Arcimboldo was a unique case in the history of Italian art. Born in 1526, he has been one of the most innovative, original and whimsical painters ever known in world artistic history.     Born in Milan, very...

  WTI Magazine #15    2014 Jan, 31Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   In 1968, one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded on Italian soil destroyed Belice, an area of the western Sicily. Whole villages were razed, including Poggioreale, Salaparuta and Gibellina. In the narration of the slow and...

  WTI Magazine #14    2014 Jan, 24Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   A major exhibition at the Triennale in Milan celebrates one of the greatest Italian designers of the twentieth century, Piero Fornasetti.     Born from a very wealthy Milanese family, Fornasetti shows in the early years of his career to be a very good and valid...

  WTI Magazine #13    2014 Jan, 170Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   In the last months of 2013 in Italy there has been a coincidence that maybe is not so random: two very different exhibits with a unique theme, the Wunderkammer.   The Wunderkammer, or "chamber of the wonders", is a room th...

WTI Magazine #12    2014 Jan, 10Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   Massimo Campigli is the pen name of Max Ihlenfeldt. He was born in 1895 in Germany, but he moved to Florence with his mother and his grandmother. The relationship between them was particularly incisive in the life and psychology of Max, who - until...

  WTI Magazine #11    2014 Jan, 3Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   During the Italian Renaissance it wasn't uncommon to decorate rooms, halls or courtrooms with an astrological subject. The works of the "Palazzo della Ragione" in Padua survived to this day. This calendar and astrological decoration even "helped"...