Venetian, but active in Rome, Bergamo, and above all in the Marche, Lotto was intensely productive. His work was always characterized by an ever-surprising level of creativity and wit.
The documentary presents about sixty of his that include canvases, portraits, and altarpieces, that constitute about one-third of the works that have reached us. They are shown in their context, in the locations where they are kept, and in which many times they were also made.
Works that document the Pindaric flights of a man who has tasted both success and defeat accompanied the growing crisis of renaissance values.