TITIAN, VENICE AND THE RENAISSANCE NUDE
Friday, July 10
6 PM, Pavilion Auditorium
Free. No reservations needed.
Frederick Ilchman, chair, art of Europe, and Mrs. Russell W. Baker Curator of Paintings,
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
This talk explores the revival of ancient Greek and Roman female nudes by Italian Renaissance artists who transformed the genre and infused sensuality into 16th-century Venetian oil paintings.
Titian, Venus Rising from the Sea, c.1520, oil on canvas. National Galleries of Scotland