Come along to discover a corner of Italy- in Cambridge! History of Art PhD student Stephanie Azzarello will give us a tour of the best Italian paintings of the Fitzwilliam Museum. The Museum displays many excellent pieces of art from Renaissance artists, and particularly those from the superlative Venetian School, such as Titian and Veronese.
Apparently, writers Fruttero and Lucentini were used to say that a flying saucer could not land in Lucca. Same applies to ghosts and vampires, and to haunted castles and uncanny portraits – that is to say, to the whole repertoire of the Gothic, a genre born in Britain and later exported to France and Germany,