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Marriage in the Renaissance: What's Love Got To Do With It?

When it comes to Renaissance love, no one does it better than Beverly Louise Brown. Lecture followed by reception at the Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Monday 9 November, 6.30pm


We are delighted to announce that Beverly Louise Brown will be giving this year's Ashley Clarke Memorial Lecture. In her talk, Brown will explore marriage customs and attitudes toward love in Renaissance Italy through the examination of meaningful details in various secular paintings and portraits, especially works by the Venetian masters Titian and Lorenzo Lotto.

Following the lecture there will be a reception; wine and canapes.


Speaker(s):

Beverly Brown | talks

 

Date and Time:

9 November 2009 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

The Society of Antiquaries
Burlington House
Piccadilly
London
W1J 0BE
0207 736 6891

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Organised by:

Venice in Peril OLD
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Tickets:

Members: £35; N/M: £40

Available from:

You can book tickets by calling Venice in Peril on 020 7736 6891.
If you prefer to apply for tickets by post, please send a cheque made payable to 'Venice in Peril' and enclose a note detailing the date/title of the event you wish to book. Please then send this to:
Venice in Peril, Hurlingham Studios, Ranelagh Gardens, London SW6 3PA.

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