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Zaga Christ - the lost Ethiopian Prince by Giovanna Garzoni
The lost identity of an Ethiopian Prince is uncovered. Watch to find out more about this miniature, painted by Giovanna Garzoni.
BREAKFAST WITH THE NATIONAL GALLERY
8 July: Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun: Painting royalty, fleeing revolution
At 15 Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun was painting the aristocracy, in her 20s she was the favoured painter of Marie Antoinette, and by her 30s she was fleeing the French Revolution. Learn more about this 18th-century portrait painter with Associate Curator, Francesca Whitlum-Cooper.
MAKING WOMEN ARTISTS VISIBLE
It's hard to believe that almost 50 years ago art historian Linda Nochlin asked 'Why have there been no great women artists?' (1971). This panel of women - curators, authors, dealers and art historians - are setting out to make women artists of the 19th and 20th century visible through publications, exhibitions and conversations like this one.