Leslie Primo is an independent art historian with an MA in Renaissance Studies from Birkbeck, University College, London. He specialises in early to late medieval and Renaissance studies, including Italian Renaissance drawing, art and architecture in Europe 1250–1500, the Medici and patronage, narrative painting in the age of Giotto, the work of Peter Paul Rubens focusing on his paintings of the Judgement of Paris, and Greek myth in paintings. He previously worked at The National Gallery, London, for 18 years, and now lectures for the Arts Society, and teaches a variety of art history courses in London at Imperial College, City Lit, and Bishopsgate Institute.

Leslie Primo