A Morning with the Masterpieces

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Take a guided exhibition tour on the history of Italian art, followed by morning tea at Frank at AGWA inspired by the recipe book featured in the exhibition.
A special event for the Australian Heritage Festival
About the exhibition
A Window on Italy: The Corsini Collection - Masterpieces from Florence
Introducing the private art collection of one of Florence’s most eminent families, the Corsini family.
Featuring Renaissance and Baroque paintings by Italian artists such as Botticelli, Tintoretto, Caravaggio and Pontormo – these extraordinary works of art have been preserved over centuries, surviving the devastation of World War II and the great flood of Florence.
This personal collection includes portraits, landscapes, mythological and religious paintings, plus fascinating decorative objects and furniture from the Palazzo Corsini.
Leaving the city it’s called home for 600 years, this is the first time this collection has toured outside Italy and will be the only showing in Australia.
About the event
You will start the event with a guided tour of the exhibition, looking at the history of Italian art with one of our Guru Guides.
Following the hour long tour, you will be welcomed at AGWA's bistro, Frank for morning tea inspired by the recipe book featured in the exhibition. 
This event fee includes entry to the exhibition, a guided tour* and morning tea including a coffee or tea. You will be sent more information about the event upon registration.
(* Guided tours are free services presented by AGWA's Voluntary Gallery Guides)
May 2nd, 2018 10:15 AM   through   12:30 PM
General $ 22.00
AGWA Member $ 18.00
National Trust Member $ 18.00

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