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Sunday Afternoon Talks: How to Look at a Renaissance Painting: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael

START: 05/05/2019 02:00 PM

END: 05/05/2019 03:30 PM

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Dr. Frances DeStafano returns to the Library with a new talk about recognizing classic artwork, ~"How to Look at a Renaissance Painting: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael".

Learn to look at some of the most famous and mysterious paintings of the Renaissance and see them as the artists and their patrons might have seen them.  DeStefano has a PhD in History from Fordham University.  He taught History for seven years at Sacred Heart University but left in 1972 to pursue a career as a financial advisor. He retired in 2008 and now devotes himself to lecturing and writing on history, especially Renaissance Art History. For the past nine years he has also been a regular instructor in the Lifelong Learners program at the Fairfield Senior center.

Free and open to the public.



LOCATION: Lovell Room



Add this Event to Calendar 05/05/2019 02:00 PM 05/05/2019 03:30 PM Sunday Afternoon Talks: How to Look at a Renaissance Painting: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael

Dr. Frances DeStafano returns to the Library with a new talk about recognizing classic artwork, ~"How to Look at a Renaissance Painting: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael".

Learn to look at some of the most famous and mysterious paintings of the Renaissance and see them as the artists and their patrons might have seen them.  DeStefano has a PhD in History from Fordham University.  He taught History for seven years at Sacred Heart University but left in 1972 to pursue a career as a financial advisor. He retired in 2008 and now devotes himself to lecturing and writing on history, especially Renaissance Art History. For the past nine years he has also been a regular instructor in the Lifelong Learners program at the Fairfield Senior center.

Free and open to the public.

Lovell Room