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Marie-Louise Lillywhite is a research associate at Keble College and a member of the History Faculty at Oxford University. She is a specialist in Northern Italian Renaissance Art and lived for many years in Venice, where she taught at the University of Warwick. Marie-Louise has published on topics that include aspects of confraternal artistic patronage in early-modern Italy; seventeenth-century drawings of women and children; the limits of artistic liberty in post-Tridentine Venice; and twentieth-century garden design in Sri Lanka. She is currently putting the finishing touches to a book called 'Reforming Art in Renaissance Venice', to be published by Cambridge University Press next year. This explores how artists articulated belief in the decades following the Reformations, at a time when the significance and power of the sacred image was highly contested by both Protestants and Catholics.
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Experience the magical colours that form in the Arctic sky, cruise among the Norwegian fjords, and enjoy fantastic, expert-led workshops.
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