Blog 69 15/09/2018 Strolling through Athens: The Tower of the Winds.

Strolling through Athens: The Tower of the Winds. One of my greatest loves is to walk through antiquity when there’s hardly anyone about, which usually means siesta time or the early hours of the morning in the Mediterranean. It doesn’t matter which season either. Each one has a unique mood. There are many walks in […]

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Blog 67 25/04/2017 Artemisia Gentileschi: Libertine and Painter of the Italian Baroque.

Artemisia Gentileschi:  Libertine and Painter of the Italian Baroque. In 1916 the Italian art critic, Roberto Longhi, described Artemisia Gentileschi as “the only woman in Italy who ever knew about painting, colouring, drawing, and other fundamentals” and an ealier 19th century critic commented on Artemisia’s Magdalene stating, “no one would have imagined that it was […]

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