Monthly Archives: March 2015


This post is the first in a (non-consecutive) series on art inspired by an exhibition at theSanta Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA) and by my Italian teacher and SBMA docent, Gabriella Schooley.  Entitled “Botticelli, Titian, and Beyond: Masterpieces of Italian Painting from Glasgow Museums,” this exhibition explores Italian painting over six centuries from late Medieval works of the 14th century to neo-classical paintings of the 19th.  This first post focuses on the Renaissance and the defining Read more [...]