Dr. Fiona Healy
Fiona Healy was born and raised in Waterford and now lives in Mainz, Germany, where she lectures at the city’s Johannes Gutenberg University.
She is currently completing a book on Rubens’s mythological paintings as part of the Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard series and is preparing another volume in the same series on the artist’s depictions of the Virgin and Child.
Title: Passion, Piety and Politics: the Art and Life of Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640).
Date: Monday 25th of May at 7.30pm
Venue: Medieval Museum
Cost: Admission €5.00
All proceeds towards the Museum Conservation Fund.
Tickets available in advance from Bishop’s Palace reception
051 849650 / [email protected] OR on the door.