The Collectors Circle Presents: Bernini, Costanza, and the Chigi
Please join us Wednesday, April 6th for the onsite lecture Bernini, Costanza, and the Chigi presented by Sarah McPhee, PhD. A renowned Bernini scholar and professor of Art History at Emory University, Dr. McPhee will highlight select works featured in Bernini and the Roman Baroque.
Sarah McPhee is Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Art History at Emory University. She received her A.B. from Harvard University and her Ph.D. from Columbia University. Her research focuses on Baroque architecture and urbanism, sculpture, and print culture, and her books include: Bernini’s Beloved. A Portrait of Costanza Piccolomini (Yale, 2012), Bernini and the Bell Towers. Architecture and Politics at the Vatican (Yale, 2002), and Filippo Juvarra. Drawings from the Roman Period 1704-1714, Part II, (Edizioni dell’Elefante, Rome, 1999). Her current research centers on the work of the seventeenth-century Italian etcher Giovanni Battista Falda (1643-1678) and the history of early modern Roman printmaking and cartography.
Ticketed event; FREE for MFA members and Collector’s Circle Members