An exhibition focusing on the critical role armor played in the life & ambitions of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I (1459–1519), will open at The Met in October
The Getty, Los Angeles with a display of Italian master drawings Dec 11, 2018 – April 28, 2019, will tell stories of their creation and the purposes they served
All that Glitters: Life at the Renaissance Court at the Getty, focuses on the evolution of European court culture – Middle Ages to the rebirth of modern Europe
Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer is a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition on display at The Met Fifth Avenue, New York, 13 November 2017 – 12 February 2018
The J. Paul Getty Museum has new acquisitions from Renaissance to Rococo and beyond, including a lost painting La Surprise by French artist Jean Antoine Watteau
Medici: Masters of Florence a Netflix television series employs art, design, music, fashion, style plus layers of conspiracy, to ensure it wins a large audience
The Culture Concept Circle videos survey the progress of architecture, gardens, interiors, paintings, sculpture & objet d’art FREE – Antiquity to Renaissance
Renaissance designers grasped the idea of a garden everyone would be happy enjoying life and love in together as in Arcadia pastoral home of the Ancient Greeks
Music based on philosophies and principles established by legends of Apollo and the ancient Greeks comes to us via Vitruvius and Palladio from Mozart to Jenkins
Despite evolving societies and technology a villa remains a place where one can dwell “under the tent of heaven”. Is Andrea Palladio’s villa the perfect house?
From Cupid to Cartier; Rome to Renaissance, Restoration to Revolution, Regency to Revival, or the Romantics to Retro, for centuries we have created love jewelry
A belief gold and gemstones had an effect on the affairs of many has not been limited to any culture and tokens of human affection were jewelled objects of love
An advocate of humanism and a mutil-talented Renaissance man Genoese born architect Leon Battista Alberti was one of the most brilliant celebrities of his day
Spanish prints and drawings from the British Museum will be on show from the Renaissance to Goya at the Art Gallery NSW from 31st August to 24th November 2013.
An exhibition on the theme of the unicorn in medieval and Renaissance art will mark the 75th anniversary of the founding of The Cloisters at The Met Museum, NY
When in 1563 Humanist Poet Annibal Caro retired into private life, to alternate between Rome and the countryside, he said ‘I seem to have found the alchemy of staying well’