Thursday, May 07, 2020
4:00 pm PST
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This talk will explain the wedding customs of 15th century Florence and how they developed. It will introduce the art associated with such ceremonies and associated meaning, which is closely linked to women’s roles and the expectations for new brides. The talk will explore concepts like dowries, wedding processions, the ceremony, clothing, and what gifts were popular to give to the newly married couple.
Eynav Ovadia received her Master’s degree in Art History from Lindenwood University and currently teaches art history at IDEA South Flores College Prep in San Antonio, TX. Her master’s thesis, entitled “Flowering in the Springtime: An Iconographic Examination of Botticelli’s Primavera” examines the iconography and didactic messages about female sexuality embedded in Botticelli’s Primavera.
Image: Cassone Adimari, Lo Scheggia, 1450.
This talk is part our COVID-19 response lecture series. Since no one can travel, we’re bringing stunning art from worldwide locations to your family at home. These lectures are hosted by experts the world (and US) over, from Australia to New Delhi and Los Angeles to New Jersey. The times are all listed in Pacific Time (PDT) as the university is based in California. The Zoom links will be posted to each webpage the day before the lecture starts, so please note the dates and times in your calendar and check back. Please feel free to direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.