Art Historian Elizabeth Lev on Art, Italy, and the Vatican
Elizabeth Lev is an American-born art historian who has, as she calls it, “the good fortune to live and work in Rome.” She teaches Renaissance and Baroque Art at Duquesne University’s Italian campus. She has taught and lectured in numerous venues in Ireland, Italy, the US and Australia, including an address at the United Nations in New York, and a TED talk representing the Vatican Museums. She works as Vatican Analyst for NBC and has been featured on The Today Show, Nightline and Sixty Minutes, among other programs, and is the author of numerous books. In this episode, we chat about art, Italy, and her involvement with the Vatican Museums.
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February 7, 2019