Renaissance art

Only known work by female Old Master artist Caterina Angela Pierozzi unveiled in London

For centuries, it was thought that none of her paintings survived—now a new discovery is on show at Colnaghi Gallery

Forgotten chapter of Renaissance and Baroque painting to be set in stone

An exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum will look at how artists incorporated the unique properties of polished stone into their paintings

A flying visitation: presence of life-size insect in Dürer painting puzzles experts

Early copy of The Feast of the Rose Garlands in National Gallery exhibition includes a fly on the lap of the Virgin

Booksreview

Beyond Artemisia: Italy’s forgotten women artists revealed in new book

This well-researched volume confirms that female artists were far more numerous—and talented—than previously recorded

First major Donatello exhibition in nearly 40 years to open in Florence

The Renaissance master is "more important than Giotto, Raphael or Caravaggio" say the curators of the show, which will travel to Berlin and London

All glitz and glamour? Hollywood’s new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Plus, the rise of private museums and Renaissance portraits at the Rijksmuseum

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No fillers in weighty show of Renaissance portraits

A major exhibition that includes nearly 90 paintings at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum boasts a series of blockbuster-calibre loans

The story of how a Renaissance papal librarian took up residence in New England is uncovered in this book

The authors explain who Tommaso Inghirami was and how the first painting by Raphael came to the US

Order, imagination and technology at the new Ringling Museum

After rebuilding work lasting ten years and costing $20 million, the Ringling Museum has been reopened to the public.