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 #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"...

WTI Magazine #8    2013 Dec, 6Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   In Caprarola, a small town in the northern part of Lazio, in the heart of Italy, there is one of the five most interesting palace of Italy. It's the Farnese Palace. The Farnese were a prominent family in the history of...

WTI Magazine #7    2013 Nov, 29Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   In 1606 Michelangelo Merisi, also known as Caravaggio, left Rome to go to Naples.Rome was no longer a safe place, due to a death sentence which hung over his head. He will never come back again in the capital city that...

WTI Magazine #5    2013 Nov, 15Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   The 55th International Venice Biennial Art Exhibition, entitled "The Encyclopedic Palace", will close in two weeks. Differently from the Venice Biennial Film Festival, which despite its name is held every year, th...

WTI Magazine #10    2013 Dec, 20Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   Speaking of Italian Baroque is always very generalizing and sometimes an understatement. There are examples of Baroque in every region of Italy and almost always they have different properties with very connotative details and a final y...

WTI Magazine #6    2013 Nov, 22Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   Among the innumerable participations in the Biennal's stands dedicated to "The Encyclopedic Palace" in the Venice gardens, you'll bump into a room that is little more than a bad-lighted vestibule, a tight passage betwe...

WTI Magazine #9    2013 Dec, 13Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   I want to start my column by immediately admitting that to me Adalberto Libera represents the Italian Rationalism. In his pure geometric forms, in his space development solutions with the alternation of horizontal and...

WTI Magazine #3    2013 Nov, 1 Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   The story of the painting of Vittore Carpaccio known as "courtesans" is somewhat emblematic and interesting because it is source of many misunderstandings and interpretations. In the nineteenth century, John Ruskin gave this table oil pai...

WTI Magazine #1    2013 Oct,18Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: The Language Institute   The Borghese Gallery is a place of rare beauty, conceived and experienced as a large container of powerful art and politics. In 1606, Cardinal Scipione Borghese wanted it right from the start with the intention of having a huge display case in whi...