Old media artifacts like silent films are traditionally thought of as being windows into their individual moments in time. But when they portray another era still—like the ancient world—they serve as a kind of mirror, telling the story of that… More»
Andrea del Sarto, Various studies, c.1520’s
Browning wrote poems about him:
Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp,
Or what’s a heaven for?
His drawings are natural, graceful and sensitive, an excellent draughtsman.
Our curator Julian Brooks is in Florence now researching del Sarto for an exhibition in 2015.