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Drawing: The moment of apprehension and response

Italian Drawings: Highlights from the Collection (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge) The current exhibition at the Fitzwilliam celebrates the very best of the Museum’s collection of Italian Drawings – most of which have never been displayed together until now. Working on the premise that most drawings appeal because of the immediacy of the artist’s expression and the […]

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A fresh look at the Renaissance…

Art historians, painters and photographers alike should take a peek at the Swiss/Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini’s visionary Renaissance series ‘1503’. Inspired by a desire to fuse the work of the painters Agnolo di Cosimo (Il Bronzino) and Modigliani, the project utilises richly exquisite die-cut costumes to dramatic and mesmerising effect. Christian says about his work, […]

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