Gucci redefine el significado del beauty en el arte con su nuevo Instagram

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Una curaduría del significado de la belleza alrededor del mundo, mujeres de diferentes culturas, épocas e historias de vida plasmadas en lienzos. Desde la reina Isabel I hasta el retrato de una mujer egipcia pintado en el año 120 A.D.

@guccibeauty no es como ninguna otra cuenta de belleza que hayas visto antes, pues cuenta con la mente maestra de Alessandro Michele, director creativo de la marca, y narra su perspectiva sobre la belleza global. Para el lanzamiento de esta cuenta, Gucci reunió a 5 diferentes historiadores para que retratarán a través de palabras la historia detrás de cada una de las pinturas. Las cuales están exhibidas en diferentes museos al rededor del mundo (como el Tate en Londres, o el Uffizi Gallery en Florencia) y algunos retratos son parte de colecciones privadas de arte.

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Title: Portrait of Dido Elizabeth Belle and Lady Elizabeth Murray, 1778
Author: David Martin Museum: Scone Palace, Scotland ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ One of the subjects of this dual portrait from 1778 is Dido Elizabeth Belle, who was born into slavery — her mother was African and her father a Scottish admiral. Only when her mother died did her father come to claim her. Dido became an aristocrat — free and educated — raised among gentry like the other young woman pictured, Lady Elizabeth Murray. It was only in the 1990s that Dido’s identity in this work by an unknown artist (perhaps by David Martin) was determined. The canvas now occupies a place of pride in the Scone Palace. #GucciBeauty — @kchayka Image of Dido Elizabeth Belle and Lady Elizabeth Murray, daughters of Sir John Lindsay and David
2nd Earl of Mansfield by David Martin (1737 – 1797) from the Earl of Mansfield's collection at Scone Palace, Scotland. Copyright © 2018 remains at all times with the Earl of Mansfield, Scone Palace, Scotland.

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A pesar de que el mundo le ha dado una cálida bienvenida a la forma artística de este nuevo canal, la marca promete que a través de @guccibeauty estarán publicando nuevos lanzamientos y toda la información sobre sus productos de beauty, desde fragancias hasta looks de pasarela.

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Title: Portrait of Maria de’ Medici Author: Agnolo Bronzino Museum: Uffizi Gallery, Florence ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Maria de’ Medici, depicted in this 16th-century Mannerist portrait, was a member of Italy’s famous Medici family, a powerful banking and political dynasty who also became patrons of the arts. Maria, a daughter of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, was a lovely, highly educated young woman, who tragically died at the age of seventeen. In this portrait, painted when she was eleven and in the @uffizigalleries, her delicate youth and beauty seem to radiate out of the canvas, forever preserving this beloved young woman in time. #GucciBeauty #Uffizi— @lrsphm
Courtesy of MIBAC/Gallerie degli Uffizi

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