John Garton, associate professor, Art History, Clark University
Survey the developments of thought and culture in the territories of Italy where Leonardo da Vinci lived and worked. From broader perspectives of politics and economy to changing conceptions of artists, appreciate the “Renaissance man” Leonardo da Vinci was to become.
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Above: Nicola da Urbino, Plate depicting the story of Perseus and Andromeda from the Isabella d’Este service, about 1524. 41.105. Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica). Otis Norcross Fund.