Julia Biggs MA (Cantab) is a freelance art historian, writer, lecturer and tutor, committed to student-centred learning. Through Renaissance Art History Cambridge, she runs courses, informal talks, study days and gallery visits.
Her specialist areas are 15th and 16th century Italian painting, with a strong emphasis on image-making and artistic patronage (exploring less frequently examined topics such as female patronage), and the relationship between visual art and religion.
Latest News: Julia will be one of the speakers at the first Wellcome Trust funded Renaissance Skin conference at King's College London on 1 December. The Porous Body in Early Modern Europe is an interdisciplinary conference running from 30 November - 1 December. Registration for both the conference and the keynote public lecture is free!