The “New Voices” conference series continues with the contribution of Giulia Ghezzi, introduced by Rossana Sacchi, who will present the fascinating history of Federico Agnelli (1626-1702), engraver and head of a family of printers in Milan in the 17th century. The images and texts ably realized by Agnelli not only were able to satisfy the most disparate tastes in the high Baroque by intercepting the most original then-new trends, but also represent an important witness of those times.

March 19, 2018, 6:30 PM
Giulia Ghezzi
Federico Agnelli. An engraver and a printer ‘of awakened geniality’ in Baroque Milan (in Italian)
Presenter: Rosanna Sacchi

Subsequent event:
March 26, 2018, 6:30 PM
Stefano Martinella
Wooden choir stalls and tabernacles in the area of Verbano in the 16th and 17th centuries (in Italian)
Presenter: Jacopo Stoppa

ENTRANCE FREE WHILE SEATING LASTS
The initiative has been officially recognized by the State University of Milan, and was made possible thanks to the support of Cinzia Buccellato, a Friend of the museum.

 

 

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