Room 64: Renaissance Art & Ideas 1400–1550
The Wolfson Gallery
Renaissance ideas and beliefs, particulary the interest in antiquity and classical precedents, are explored here, together with the creative process of the artist. New technologies, notably printing, disseminated ideas and designs, and objects expressed identity and family ambition. Central to the gallery is a display evocative of a scholar's study decorated with Luca della Robbia's ceiling roundels from Piero de'Medici's study.
Room 64 is on Level 1 of the V&A South Kensington.