New paintings by Louise Giovanelli are shown alongside rarely seen early Renaissance panel paintings and a selection of contemporary works by Victor Man and Mark Manders.

Using Manchester Art Gallery’s The Crucifixion by the school of Buoninsegna di Duccio from the 14th century as her starting point, Manchester based painter Louise Giovanelli has undertaken a major Arts Council England funded research project to visit early panel paintings and frescoes in Europe and the US.

Artworks from this period by early Renaissance masters Duccio, Giotto and Piero della Francesca, as well as contemporary artists Mark Manders and Victor Man, have influenced her new collection of paintings and a selection of these artists’ works will be in dialogue with her canvases.

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