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Wednesday 11 September 2019 at 12.30 am

Visit accompanied by Rosa Maria Letts
Ashmolean Museum
The Romans’ passion for fine dining is well-known – now a mouth-watering new exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum shows how the production, distribution and consumption for food and wine coloured every aspect of Roman life, as its curator Paul Roberts explains.

Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 6.30 pm

presentation by Prof Manescalchi
1st Floor 55 Exhibition Road, London SW7 2PN 
“Who was La Gioconda” has remained a mystery for more than 500 years and has finally been resolved through the brilliant researches carried out by Prof Roberto Manescalchi on a neglected period of Leonardo’s working life in Florence. In 1501 Leonardo spent the year in his studio in Florence. Here he attracted many Italian portrait painters who wished to learn from him the skill of his art. It was here that he created one of the greatest portraits in the world: The Monna Lisa (derived from Madonna).
On 2nd October Prof Manescalchi will be here to present his researches with a short video shown on Italian TV and share with us his conclusions. This will be translated simultaneously by Rosa Maria Letts who will also interpret the question and answer session to follow. Read more

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