Renaissance Siena and its Past

| Queen's College

In anticipation of the National Gallery exhibition Renaissance Siena: Art for a City (24 October-13 January 2008), Frances Ames-Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Renaissance Art at Birkbeck, will consider Sienese painting of the 15th century in the context of the art of the previous century, the city's golden age.

As well as responding to new stylistic practices and intellectual interests, Renaissance painters in Siena sought to maintain some continuity of artistic tradition. Professor Ames-Lewis will explore how this tradition manifests itself in works by artists such as Sassetta, Ginvanni di Paolo and Francesco di Giorgio.

Sponsored by the Dukes of Dorchester, the West County Auctioneers.

Venue information

Queen's College


Entry details

Tickets are 12, and include tea. Please contact;

Elisabeth Rutherford (Somerset) Tel: 01458 223595

Roger Bishop (Devon) Tel:01392 873414

2.45pm for 3.00pm
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