Moroni – Masterworks of Renaissance Portraiture

by Baronessa Lucrezia-Isabella di Freccia   Last week I attended the Royal Academy of Art’s current exhibition of Giovanni Battista Moroni‘s work, which is heralded as “the first UK exhibition of this unsung genius of Renaissance portraiture”. It turned out to be a lovely gem of a show. The paintings’ colour, realism and composition were beautifully rendered, but it i...
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London’s Lost Jewels Explored

by Baronessa Lucrezia-Isabella di Freccia     Last Friday, TE Genevieve Rouge Maunche & Robert of Canterbury and I went on expedition with the Finds Research Group to the Museum of London’s Cheapside Hoard exhibition, “London’s Lost Jewels”. Before visiting the exhibition we were fortunate to be given two lectures & photo shows by members of the museum s...
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