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Marilyn Aronberg Lavin

April - April 1999

Marilyn Aronberg Lavin, professor of art history at Princeton and scholar of the Early Italian Renaissance, best-known for her work on Piero della Francesca, worked for a short time at the Clark on the "Piero Project," an electronic compendium of images and text pioneering the use of databases for the teaching of art history.  He and her husband, Irving Lavin, spoke about the "Liturgy of Love: Themes from the Song of Songs in Cimabue and Michelangelo" in a pair of talks given separately at the Clark in 1999.

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