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PiV Professor Chris Wright held solo show of paintings at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge

PiV Professor Chris Wright held solo show of paintings at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge

Pratt in Venice professor of painting, Chris Wright, held a solo show of recent work at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in the Gateway National Recreation Area of the National Park Service.

Pratt in Venice Professor Joseph Kopta to Chair Panel on Venice and Byzantium at ICMS

Pratt in Venice Professor Joseph Kopta to Chair Panel on Venice and Byzantium at ICMS

Pratt in Venice Professor Joseph Kopta will co-chair the double session, “Venice, Materiality, and the Byzantine World” at the 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 10–13, 2018, at the Medieval Institute of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Pratt in Venice Director Diana Gisolfi's Book Published by Yale University Press

Pratt in Venice Director Diana Gisolfi's Book Published by Yale University Press

Pratt in Venice Director Diana Gisolfi's new book, Paolo Veronese and the Practice of Painting in Late Renaissance Venice, has been published by Yale University Press.

PiV Professor Greg Drasler Shows New Work at Betty Cuningham Gallery, Is Featured in ArtNews

PiV Professor Greg Drasler Shows New Work at Betty Cuningham Gallery, Is Featured in ArtNews

Greg Drasler, Pratt in Venice Painting Professor ('08, '09, '15), is currently exhibiting new paintings in a one-man show at Betty Cuningham Gallery in New York. The exhibition, "Greg Drasler: Road Trip," is on view from June 15 – August 5, 2016.

Prof. Gisolfi Writes for Veronese Exhibition Catalogue

Professor Diana Gisolfi’s essay, “Veronese’s Unity of Vision in the Story of Esther,” was recently published in the exhibition catalogue Veronese: The Stories of Esther Revealed, at the Museo di Palazzo Grimani in Venice, Italy.

 

Paolo Veronese, The Crowning of Esther

 


The exhibition ran from April 21st–July 24th, 2011. It featured three different newly-restored Paolo Veronese masterpieces from the church of San Sebastiano depicting scenes from the Book of Esther in the Old Testament.