Last hours to subscribe to our print magazine. Check out the new issue and flip through a copy


The deadline for Finestre sull’Arte ’s new quarterly subscription campaign to receive our quarterly print magazine, the big publishing news for 2019, at home expires today, Sunday, November 17. A valuable, 176-page magazine with many articles, written by art historians, critics and journalists. Subscribing to four issues (totaling about 700 pages of the highest quality in-depth color articles) costs only 29.90 euros per year, plus postage. More information can be found at this link.

In this issue: the restoration of Beato Angelico’s St. Mark’s Altarpiece and Last Judgment (by Ilaria Baratta), the young Botticelli in Verrocchio ’s workshop (by Gigetta Dalli Regoli), Benedetto Antelami’s Desposition (by Clario Di Fabio), Bosch’s Triptych of the Hermits (by Adam Ferrari), the review of the Bernardo Strozzi exhibition in Genoa (by Federico Giannini), the upside down world of Carsten Hller (by Francesca Della Ventura), the works of Kiki Smith (by Chiara Guidi), the art of Dario Ghibaudo (by Cristina Principale), and more. The full summary is at this link.

Finally, we give you the chance to browse the first issue of the magazine, directly below:

We look forward to seeing you!

Last hours to subscribe to our print magazine. Check out the new issue and flip through a copy
Last hours to subscribe to our print magazine. Check out the new issue and flip through a copy