Although proud to call himself a Venetian painter, Lotto had a successful career outside the city. Why was this and to what extent can his art be described as Venetian?
Peter Humfrey, Emeritus Professor at the University of Edinburgh, will explore the fascinating relationship between Lotto and the artistic traditions of his native Venice.
Focus in on one painting with our talks in the Gallery, or explore wider themes in the collection at our in-depth theatre talks.
Supported by the John Armitage Charitable Trust
Image above: Detail from Lorenzo Lotto, Giovanni Agostino della Torre and his Son, Niccolò, about 1513–16