Slider Pills of Art Junior

Menarini Pills Of Art Junior

Menarini Pills of Art Junior

“Who are the people depicted in the Primavera and why are they dancing in an orchard instead of a ballroom? “or “Why was the Medusa painted on a shield?” These are just some of the questions posed by the young protagonists of the Pills of Art Junior series, now online in Italian and English on the Menarini Group YouTube channel, aimed at getting the younger generations interested in some of the world’s timeless masterpieces. These short videoclips reveal anecdotes, details and unprecedented curiosities on some of the most famous works of art, mainly from the Italian Renaissance period, thanks to simple and straightforward questions put by children and teenagers to the (almost) equally young art experts.

Sandro Botticelli - Spring


In the new video pills from and for children and teens, a young art expert answers their questions about this great masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance. Let's find out who are the characters in the painting and why they are dancing in an orchard.




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