Dr Lucia Tantardini


History of Art

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External Director of Studies


External Director of Studies in History of Art


Dr Tantardini’s research centres on the art of the Italian Renaissance and Early Modern period, particularly the interrelation between theory and practice in drawing and painting. She is currently working on her monograph on Aurelio Luini and three edited volumes.

Dr Tantardini’s teaching extends more broadly to European art c. 1400-1800. She is the Part I Convenor and, for Part II, she teaches the Special Subject ‘Drawing in Renaissance and Early Modern Italy c. 1450-1600’.

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