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  • Museum of Fine Arts Tour | Boston
    11 November, 2017
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Join Rocky for an in-depth analysis of the great Italian Renaissance art treasures in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. We shall examine works dating from the 14th through the 17th centuries by masters such as Duccio, Donatello, Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Titian, Rosso, Tintoretto, Canaletto and Tiepolo..”
– Time: 11:00am-1:00pm
– Meeting place: Linde Family Entrance, on Museum Road on the Museum’s West side, at 10:55am

Italian Renaissance Gallery at the MFA


The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



rocky Rocky Ruggiero is originally from Providence, RI. He is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross where he majored in Art History and Pre- Medicine. In 1996 he was awarded a Florence Fellowship by Syracuse University where he continued his art historical studies at a graduate level in Florence, Italy, and later received his Ph.D. in Art History and Visual Culture from the University of Exeter, UK. He lived in Florence for the past twenty years teaching for various American universities including Syracuse, Kent. State, Vanderbilt, Boston College, as well as Jay Pritzker Academy Summer Program in Florence.
In 2015, Ruggiero and his family moved to East Greenwich, RI and now divides his time between the US and Italy. In the US, Cultural Programs offer specialised lectures in art and architectural history, cultural events and educational seminars throughout the US.
Ruggiero starred in various TV documentaries concerning the Italian Renaissance including the History Channel series “Engineering an Empire: Da Vinci’s World” episode as an expert witness and “Museum Secrets: The Uffizi Gallery”, as well as the recent NatGeo/NOVA PBS program on the architecture of Brunelleschi “Great Cathedral Mystery”.
Prof. Ruggiero specializes in Early Renaissance Architecture, although he has lectured on subjects ranging from ancient art and architecture through the Italian Baroque.
He also shares his knowledge and love of Florentine art as an academic advisory board member of the non- profit group “Friends of Florence” which has raised funds for the restoration of various works of art throughout the city.