Péter Farbaky

Péter Farbaky is general director of Budapest History Museum. He has degrees in both architecture and art history and completed his PhD dissertation on the patronage of a bishop and chancellor of the early Renaissance in Hungary, György Szatmári. He has held postdoctoral fellowships at Villa I Tatti, Florence (2002), St John’s College at the University of Cambridge (2003), and the Universität Leipzig (2012), as well as teaching at the Art History Institute of Eötvös University in Budapest. He organised the Italy & Hungary: Humanism and Art in the Early Renaissance conference at Villa I Tatti in 2007 (published in 2011), and co-curated the “Mattia Corvino e Firenze” exhibition (Florence, 2013).

1 libri in elenco
  • edited by Xavier Barral i Altet, Pál Lővei, Vinni Lucherini, Imre Takács
    2018, pp. 732
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