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Préity Üpala: The Definition of ‘Woman’

A true Renaissance woman, Préity Üpala is a thought leader, media entrepreneur, and political analyst. At a time when the definition of “woman” is being questioned, Üpala has mastered both her personal ethos and the professional world to define that word herself, rather than by cultural trends. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, ​Parler, Gab, and Twitter *…


Life of Bramante Da Urbino, Architect

Of very great advantage to architecture, in truth, was the new method of Filippo Brunelleschi, who imitated and restored to the light, after many ages, the noble works of the most learned and marvellous ancients. But no less useful to our age was Bramante, in following the footsteps of Filippo, and making the path of…


Life of Fra Bartolommeo Di San Marco, Painter of Florence

Near the territory of Prato, which is ten miles distant from Florence, in a village called Savignano, was born Bartolommeo, known, according to the Tuscan custom, by the name of Baccio. He, having shown in his childhood not merely inclination, but also aptitude, for drawing, was placed, through the good services of Benedetto da Maiano,…


Art Worth Visiting: 3 US Spring Exhibitions

Across the country, there are some fascinating spring exhibitions that highlight great European art and craftsmanship—from the Renaissance art of painting on stone, on show in St. Louis, Missouri, to luxury silver animals on permanent display in Hunstville, Alabama. Renaissance Gems: Paintings on Stone For around 150 years, some Renaissance artists painted on stone as…


Theater Review: ‘The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci’

When it first opened in 1993 at the Goodman Studio Theatre, the show was spectacular and now, almost three decades later, “The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci” is still a wondrous, ingenious, whimsical, and stunning piece of theater. Adapted from the Renaissance man’s notebooks by Mary Zimmerman, who also directs the 90-minute show, aspects of…


Newly Revealed Dürer Drawing From the Northern Renaissance Found In Massachusetts Could Be Worth $10 Million

A drawing by one of the most famous German artists in history turned up in Massachusetts and is set to be officially cataloged for the first time. It could also be worth a cool $10 million, according to one expert. Only a handful of finished drawings depicting the Virgin and Child were ever completed by…


Reflecting on Life’s Hopes and Dreams Through Renaissance Portraits

Remember me when I am gone away, Gone far away into the silent land; —Christina Rossetti, poet, from “Remember” “Remember Me,” a fascinating exhibition at Amsterdam’s Rijks Museum explores how over 100 Renaissance men and women were memorialized in paint. Through the portraits, we can see what our Renaissance cousins once held dear: their hopes,…


Australia Gets a Taste of New York as The MET’s European Masterpieces Arrive Down Under

Australians will now be able to see some of New York’s finest treasurers with five centuries of  European Masterpieces coming to Queensland in the most significant exhibition of international art Australia has seen in recent decades. The traditional masterpieces exhibition features portraits, still-life, and landscapes by Cézanne, Rembrandt, Renoir, Vermeer, van Gogh and others from…


New York Met Museum to Send European Masterpieces Down Under

Australians will soon be able to see some of New York’s finest treasurers with five centuries of European Masterpieces coming to Queensland in the most significant exhibition of international art Australia has seen in recent decades. The traditional masterpieces exhibition features portraits, still-life, and landscapes by Cézanne, Rembrandt, Renoir, Vermeer, van Gogh and others from…


New York Met Museum’s European Masterpieces Visit Down Under

New York’s finest treasures, including five centuries of European Masterpieces, are now on display in Queensland, Australia in the most significant exhibition of international art the country has received in recent decades. The traditional masterpieces exhibition features portraits, still-life, and landscapes by Cézanne, Rembrandt, Renoir, Vermeer, van Gogh and others from the Renaissance to twentieth-century…