About This Event
Women, Jews, and Moors in Venetian Art
Venice was one of the most cosmopolitan and diverse cities on the Italian Peninsula during the Early Modern period (1500-1800). This talk considers how women, Jews, and Moors lived in Venice in the Renaissance and how their presence helped shape the art and architecture of the city. Dr. Fenichel looks at depictions that represent these groups in the works of Titian, Carpaccio, Bellini, and others.
Join us at the Museum in the Wolgin Education Center. To assure your health and safety, limited spaced seating is available by reservation. All COVID safety protocols are observed.
Price includes museum admission