The life of Elisabetta Sirani—‘the best brush in Bologna’—explored in new publication

Despite meticulously documenting her own career, the artist was largely forgotten in the centuries after her death

Meet the painters of Pompeii: new exhibition brings fresh insights to the Roman frescoes

Bologna show looks beyond the paintings, preserved by the ash of Mount Vesuvius, to explore Roman society

As Italy’s museums reopen, visitors flock for last chance to see reunited Bologna masterpiece broken up 300 years ago

Last week of once in a lifetime exhibition displaying the Griffoni Polyptych—a 16-piece panel painting dating from 1472—at Bologna’s Palazzo Fava

Anselm Kiefer on a massive scale at the Beyeler Foundation

The German master of the mythical and grandiose puts on a large-scale overview show

Ronald Lauder gives looted shield back to Italy

Artifact had been missing from Bologna since 1940