Discovering Bologna

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Discovering Bologna

A short tour around the heart of the city

Antonia Lucchese
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Formato Dimensione Pagine Lingua Anno ISBN
LIBRO 21x29,7 24 + tavole Italiano 2015 978-88-6923-108-7

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Antonia Lucchese was born in Padua and grew up in Venice. She graduated from Bologna University and still lives and works in the city, where she also studied watercolour painting at the Academy of Fine Arts. Since the late 1990s she has displayed her work in individual and group exhibitions. In 2001 she created a large-scale watercolour decoration in a private residence in Venice, inspired by Paolo Veronese’s Triumph of Venice. Eugenio Riccòmini spent a long time working for the Monuments and Fine Arts Offices of galleries in Venice, Ferrara, Bologna and Parma, during which time he was in charge of important restoration projects, such as the façade of San Petronio in Bologna, the frescoes at San Bartolo in Ferrara and in the domes by Correggio in Parma, as well as various exhibitions, including one on eighteenth-century art in the Emilia region (1979). Later, he taught history of art, rst in Messina and then at the University of Milan. In the meantime, he was also involved in municipal administration in Bologna, and worked as a town councillor for more than two decades, including time as deputy mayor. He still teaches public courses and lessons in history of art. His publications include: Il Seicento ferrarese (1969), Settecento ferrarese (1970), Ordine e vaghezza: scultura in Emilia nell’età barocca (1972), Vaghezza e furore: la scultura del Settecento in Emilia (1977), I fasti, i lumi, le grazie: pittori del Settecento parmense (1977), La più bella di tutte: la cupola del Correggio nel Duomo di Parma (1983), Il perditempo: quarantanove passeggiate per Bologna (1989), Aprilocchio: le cinquanta cose più belle di Bologna (2000), L’arte a Bologna: dalle origini ai nostri giorni (2003) and Correggio (2005).

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