It so often happens that we discover unheralded works of art in those museums that escape the attention of tourists. Until some time ago, I for one had never actually set foot in the Maffeiano [...]
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All of the world's major cities have art galleries of various distinction but when you visit Rome, it quickly becomes evident that Rome itself is probably the world's greatest gallery of visual art.
I am an ardent fan of the author Sarah Dunant. Her books, invariably set in Italy, are always intelligent and enjoyable. Her interest in Italian Art History is a real draw and being both a writer and painter I knew that a trip to Italy to paint was always going to be on the cards one day.
Alternative perspectives on previewing the Biennale di Venezia by Stanley Moss
Art enthusiasts, hear ye and, above all, join forces to visit the 55th International Art Exhibition in Venice!
The world’s most beautiful museum is in Florence, says The Times
Our contributor Stanley Moss tells us the second generation of the glorius Bisazza family through the portrait of Rossella Bisazza
Interview with the curator of the exhibition that opens on 24 April at Palazzo Ducale
Here are the places where you’ll find the most famous glassware in the world
After the success of his works in the United States, the National Gallery dedicates a major and triumphant exhibition to the Italian painter