Friends of the Uffizi: Interpreting the Nude in Italian Renaissance Art
Sunday, Mar. 1 / 3:00–4:00 pm
Boca Raton Museum of Art

Friends of the Uffizi

Dr. Karen Mathews
Interpreting the Nude in Italian Renaissance Art

The nude was a common representation in Italian Renaissance Art, so much so that the Italians were famed internationally for this type of imagery. Dr. Mathews addresses various types of nude figures - religious, erotic, allegorical, scientific, and heroic - assessing the social and cultural functions that they played and the meanings they had for patrons and audiences in Renaissance Italy.

The Boca Raton Museum of Art partners with the Friends of the Uffizi Gallery to investigate different aspects of the Italian museum’s collection and its cultural impact.

Online tickets required; ticket includes access to the galleries.

Seating is limited.

Non-Member Price: $15.00

Member Price: $0.00

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Friends of the Uffizi: Interpreting the Nude in Italian Renaissance Art

Dr. Karen Mathews