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The Seminar for Collecting and Display invites you to its seminar on Monday, 9th October, at 6 p.m BST IN PERSON OR ON ZOOM Dr. Adriano Aymonino will speak on: REPRESENTING THE STONES OF ROME: COLLECTING ANCIENT MARBLES ON PAPER IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Pier Leone Ghezzi, Studio di molte pietre, 1726, fol. 116 r., pen … Continue reading The Seminar for Collecting and Display: Dr. Adriano Aymonino on Representing the Stones of Rome: Collecting Ancient Marbles on Paper in the Eighteenth Century
MA The Art Market and the History of Collecting by Research – University of Buckingham Applications are still open for the University of Buckingham MA in The Art Market and the History of Collecting by Research (September 2023 OR January 2024 entry). Taught in collaboration with Waddesdon Manor, the MA investigates European and American art markets … Continue reading MA The Art Market and the History of Collecting by Research – University of Buckingham
The Society for the History of Collecting is pleased to invite you to its Annual General Meeting and Annual Lecture on Tuesday, 12 September 2023 at the Society of Antiquaries, London (and on Zoom) The Annual Lecture will start at 6.30pm We are delighted to announce that Professor Stephen Bann CBE will deliver the Annual Lecture "Revealing … Continue reading Revealing Delaroche: the message from a collection of drawings (AGM Lecture – 12 Sep, 2023)
Call for Papers Transnational Collecting: Objects Crossing Borders, Objects Transformed Julie Codell, Chair What happens to objects when they cross borders and enter collections located beyond the cultures or nations in which they were produced? Objects don’t have fixed meanings, and collectors are a vital source of redefinitions and revaluations of objects they collect. Collectors … Continue reading Call for Papers: Transnational Collecting: Objects Crossing Borders, Objects Transformed (CAA 2024)