From Londons National Gallery To Speak At U.Va.
- WHO: Nicholas Penny, Clore
Curator of Renaissance Art at the National Gallery in London and
Andrew W. Mellon Professor at the Center for Advanced Study in
the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art in Washington,
- WHAT: Lecture, "Lorenzo
Lotto¹s Woman Holding a Drawing of Lucretia,¹" part of the University
of Virginia¹s McIntire Department of Art¹s lecture series
- WHEN : Wednesday, March
21, 5:30 p.m.
- WHERE: Campbell Hall, Room
160, University of Virginia Nicholas Penny, former Slade Professor
of Fine Art at Oxford University in England, has researched and
written on a wide variety of topics, including antique sculpture,
the frames of paintings and contemporary British artist Lucien
His books include "The Materials
of Sculpture," "Raphael" (with Roger Jones), and
"Taste and the Antique" (with Francis Haskell). Penny
also has published essays and reviews in many prestigious art journals,
including "Apollo," "Burlington Review,"
and "The British Journal of Aesthetics."
A reception in Fayerweather Hall
will follow the lecture.
Contact: Jessica Tyree, (804) 924-7116