Treasures Of Malta No. 41 Easter 2008 Vol. XIV Issue 2

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Treasures of Malta is a magazine of art and culture that is issued three times a year and deals with heritage ‘in the widest sense of the word’. The magazine features a variety of articles that encompass all aspects of the visual arts, antiquities, history, auctions, exhibitions, cultural events and much more

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CONTENTS; The works of Giuseppe Briffa in the churches of Gozo; Nicoline Sagona provides the first comprehensive study of the ecclesiastical art production carried out by Giuseppe Briffa in Gozo between 1931 and 1970; From the Albert Ganado Collection; Malta through the eyes of F M Hessemer; Maltese ‘Siege’ Batteries of the Blockade – 1798-1800; Johann Michael von Borch, Part I; From Private Collections; Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum; Count Giovanni Antonio Ciantar’s Book Collection and France; From Private Collections; The Underground Slave Prisons at Vittoriosa; The Maria Rosa Pisani bequest to the National Museum of Fine Arts; Metamorphosis of the Gran Castello; Winston Churchill and the Ximenes Cannon in England; Caring for Antique Furniture at Home. Inclusion: Author’s graphic construction showing the typical features of a ‘siege’ battery erected by the Maltese insurgents during the blockade of the French in 1798-1800. With acknowledgement to, and published by, Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti

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