As I commented last week, the last posts of January would be dedicated to the artists of the exhibition ‘Tale of Two Women Painters’. This week is on one of the most interesting paintings in the show: Bernardino Campi painting Sofonisba Anguissola. And despite the absence of consensus on the authorship, it is undeniable that… Continue reading Bernardino Campi painting Sofonisba Anguissola
This is the question I have for you today. Lately, many museums are hosting solo exhibitions of women artists and having more works by women on permanent display. Is this a sign that finally women are achieving their deserved place in the museums? Still Life with Flowers, a Silver-gilt Goblet, Dried Fruit, Sweetmeats, Bread sticks,… Continue reading Are women artists finding their place in museums?
Hi everyone, Few days ago, I announced here that I had been invited by ArtHerstory to write a review on the new exhibition of the Museo del Prado ‘A Tale of Two Women Painters’, and today I am very happy to say that the review is now live. I will let the link to the… Continue reading ‘A Tale of Two Women Painters’
Hi everyone! I’ve got great news to share with you today. First, the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain is now with the exhibition “Tale of Two Women Painters”, a very special exhibition on Sofonisba Anguissola and Lavinia Fontana. It is a major exhibition, the second dedicated to a woman artist (the first was on… Continue reading Exciting News!
Sofonisba Anguissola was one of the greatest female artists of the late Renaissance who is famous for her portraits of the Spanish court of Phillip II and self-portraits. She also painted minitures and group portraits, several of them were finished after her departure to Spain. Anguissola was born in Cremona in 1532, she’s the oldest… Continue reading The Chess Game by Sofonisba Anguissola