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Italian Renaissance masters Bellini and Mantegna reunited in Venice

Lonely Planet Travel News - Mar 30, 2018
On 21 March an incredible exhibition opened at the Querini Stampalia in Venice showing two works by two masters of the Renaissance, Andrea Mantegna and Giovanni Bellini, which can now be seen together for the first time since they were painted over 500 ...

Retiring Indian Rocks Beach mayor RB Johnson is reading about the Italian renaissance

Tampabay.com - Mar 23, 2018
Nightstand. R.B. Johnson. This month marks the retirement of Johnson as mayor of Indian Rocks Beach, a post he has held for 10 years. Recognized for advocating for improved parks, forging better community relationships and, perhaps the project dearest ...

This way to Carnegie Hall

Richmond.com - Apr 15, 2018
It's a big box of stodgy revival Italian Renaissance brick and brownstone, designed by an architect who had never done a concert hall and framed by 57th Street and 7th Avenue. Inside, however, is another story. The main hall's walls are white and ...

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The Italian Renaissance (AP Euro Review)

http://www.tomrichey.net/euro Mr. Richey discusses the nature of humanism and the Italian Renaissance with his AP European History students, including the works of notable Renaissance authors...

Humanities West: Dawn of the Italian Renaissance, October 2015 - Paula Findllen

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The Italian Renaissance in 7 Minutes

What was the Italian Renaissance? When did it happen? What did it contribute? Find out in 7 minutes. If this video or others in the series have helped you, then please consider becoming a...

Lost In The Italian Renaissance

As travel became ever more commonplace in the Italian Renaissance, so did a collateral phenomenon: getting lost. University of Chicago professor Niall Atkinson is fascinated by these moments....