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An allegory in colored wax of <strong xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Death and Time</strong> cavorting around two youths in a classical landscape: Within the shallow space of a small wooden box, an early 18th century Italian nun named Caterina de Julianis managed to encapsulate the complex and contradictory worldview of the pre-Enlightenment age. Now, the Victoria and Albert Museum attempts something similar in the exhibition <em xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Baroque 1620-1800: Style in the Age of Magnificence</em>. Through July 19.
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An allegory in colored wax of Death and Time cavorting around two youths in a classical landscape: Within the shallow space of a small wooden box, an early 18th century Italian nun named Caterina de Julianis managed to encapsulate the complex and contradictory worldview of the pre-Enlightenment age. Now, the Victoria and Albert Museum attempts something similar in the exhibition Baroque 1620-1800: Style in the Age of Magnificence. Through July 19.
www.vam.ac.uk

Credit: VAM