Tuesday, April 25
4pm Los Angeles | 7pm New York
*You’ll get a link to the recording in your email inbox if you can’t make it live.
An evening of art history, literary adventure, and historical intrigue
Join art historian and USA Today bestselling author Laura Morelli for an evening of art history, adventure, and intrigue. We’ll unravel the true stories of hiding, stealing, and looting works of art that have inspired art historian Laura Morelli to write historical fiction.
Go behind the scenes of the evacuation of the Louvre and the Uffizi Galleries. Bring your questions about Laura’s historical novels and writing process!
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Online event sponsored by Wake County Public Libraries
ABOUT LAURA MORELLI
LAURA MORELLI holds a Ph.D. in art history from Yale University and is an award-winning, USA Today bestselling historical novelist.
Laura has taught college students in the United States and in Italy. She is a longtime trusted guide in the world of cultural travel and authentic shopping, known for her Authentic Arts guidebook series that includes MADE IN ITALY and other guides. She has been a columnist for National Geographic Traveler and Italy Magazine, and has also developed lessons for TED-Ed.
As a historical novelist, Laura’s passion is bringing the stories of art history to life. Her novels have won multiple awards, have been USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestsellers, as well as book club picks at Costco, Target, Veranda, and Hudson News.
THE LAST MASTERPIECE, Laura’s newest historical novel, follows the incredible story of the looting of the Uffizi Galleries’ treasures during World War II.