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Law 2020/ Félicie De Fauveau – Feminist and revolutionary

Félicie de Fauveau was born in Livorno (Italy) into a family of ennobled financiers, but moved to France during the Restoration in 1814. Her family settled in Paris where her mother ran a salon frequented by artists, including the painter Ary Scheffer.


Trinity Fine Art Frieze Masters, Main Section, Booth A3 With works by Sandro Botticelli By now, you’ve probably heard that there’s a $30 million painting by Italian Renaissance star Sandro Botticelli stealing the show at Frieze Masters. The work, Michele Marullo Tarcaniota (ca. 1497), is reputed to be the final work by the artist in

Article-NY Times: If you have $30 million, you could have a Botticelli

LONDON — Sandro Botticelli, who died five centuries ago, is best known for his “Spring” and “Birth of Venus” paintings, which help draw more than two million visitors a year to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. His works are not generally expected to be found outside the world’s major museums. Yet a portrait painted by the Renaissance master has

Article: The Times-Botticelli that got away arrives in UK

A famed Botticelli painting is finally in Britain a century after one of the country’s greatest art dealers failed to buy it and lamented it as “the one that got away”. The portrait of Michele Marullo, the soldier-poet of the Renaissance, is one of the highlights of this year’s Frieze Masters art fair in London. Its owners