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Romola, Book 3

The last book of Romola actually focuses on the titular character more than on her husband, Tito. She became a disciple of Fra Girolamo Savonarola. Although sure she will never again be truly happy, Romola is glad to have “a reason for living, apart from personal enjoyment and personal affection” (ch. 964 more words


Piero di Cosimo at the National Gallery of Art

I finally made it to the National Gallery—the one in Washington—to see the Piero di Cosimo exhibit.  Wish I’d gone sooner.  It closed on Sunday, and it was the kind of show that deserves repeated visits. 142 more words


fame finally comes to little-known Renaissance master Piero di Cosimo

by Stanley Meisler | LA Times | February 14, 2015 | featured image: Piero di Cosimo’s “The Discovery of Honey,” c. 1500, oil on panel… 315 more words

Visual Art

Vacation (Half-) Day: Renaissance Edition

February 16 was officially Presidents’ Day, which shut down all the places I would normally do my research.  Instead of rifling through archives I spent half the day in my room writing and the other half schlepping through the National Gallery.   173 more words


Heathen Review: Piero di Cosimo's Renaissance Art

Renaissance artist and Florentine Piero di Cosimo’s first major exhibit in 500 years is at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., which means it’s time for a heathen review. 501 more words

Andrea Pawley

Florentine sun Shines in The National Gallery With Piero di Cosimo

A new exhibit which opened Sunday at the National Gallery of Art is “a once in a lifetime opportunity to see many works by Piero di Cosimo… 1,339 more words

D.C. Arts And Music