The CMA is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the first Kress gift of Renaissance, Baroque and 18th-century art, which established the foundation of the Museum¬ís Collection. The Kress Anniversary Lecture Series invites four scholars to the Museum to deliver lectures on topics that highlight our Kress Collection through their particular expertise in their field. Once a month, from May through August, an expert lecturer will broaden our understanding and appreciation of the Collection.
This lecture will feature Fulvia Zaninelli, researcher for the Kress Provenance Research Project at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Zaninelli's research focuses on the activities of Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi, Samuel Kress's principal art dealer. Zaninelli¬ís presentation examines her work in the field of provenance research.
- Free with membership or admission