Despite their divergent biographies, Andrea del Sarto and Raphael shared substantive similarities: both were adept at frescoes, altarpieces, devotional images, and portraits; both had talented pupils who became leading protagonists of the maniera; and both were supremely fluent draftsmen who developed a comparably elaborate preparatory process. Such intersections are the topic of this lecture. This lecture is made possible by the Robert H. Smith Family Foundation.
Linda Wolk-Simon, University Museums, Fairfield University
This lecture was recorded Wednesday, December 9, 2015