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London event: ‘Art, Tea and Talks’

'Women in art' talks

From Florence’s Casa Buonarroti to London’s Burgh House

The Burgh House in London, ph. Wikipedia

Artemisia Gentileschi worked in Florence for seven years, early in her career, producing her ‘immortal’ Allegory of Inclination for the gallery dedicated to Michelangelo the Great. Some four hundred years later, the painting was restored by the Calliope Arts Foundation and Christian Levett (creator of the recently inaugurated FAMMS museum).

Join Calliope Arts co-founder Margie MacKinnon at 11am on Sunday, June 30, for ‘Art, Tea and Talks’, the series organised by ‘Women in Art’. Margie will shared the challenges and delights of ‘restoring Artemisia’ for posterity.

The ‘Artemisia UpClose’ project at Casa Buonarroti, was executed in collaboration with Casa Buonarroti Foundation and Museum. The event is free and tickets can be booked on Event Brite via this link.


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