F.M. Godfrey

F.M. Godfrey describes how, during the fifteenth century, the courtly civilization of Ferrara gave birth to splendid works of art.

Soldiers of fortune yet passionate lovers of art—the Gonzagas were a typical product of Renaissance Italy. By F.M. Godfrey.

F.M. Godfrey sifts through diverse depictions of Italy's Renaissance family.

F.M. Godfrey describes the life of an important late medieval painter of royal subjects.

The Italian prince who boasted that the Pope was his chaplain, and the Emperor his condottiere, ended his days in 1508, forgotten in a foreign prison