Review of Diversifying the History of Collecting: Collecting the Sacred: Art, Belief and Identity Emerging Scholars Workshop, 2nd March 2021 The processes behind the acquisition, display and gifting of religious art and sacred decorative objects dominated the subject of the most recent Emerging Scholars Research workshop. Four papers were devoted to the respectful interrogation of different cultural traditions, beliefs and identities and in turn, how the aggregation of religiously charged art collections should be approached in … Continue reading Review: Diversifying the History of Collecting – Collecting the Sacred
CONF: Du prive au public (online, 13 Apr 21) Online, Apr 13, 2021 Journée d’études, mardi 13 avril 2021 Organisateurs : Alice Ensabella (Université Grenobles-Alpes), Paula Barreiro Lopez (Université Grenobles-Alpes), Sophie Bernard (Musée de Grenoble) PROGRAMME 9h30 : Introduction et salutations : Guy Tosatto 9h40 : Introduction : Alice Ensabella, Sophie Bernard 10h15 : Keynote … Continue reading CONF: Du prive au public (online, 13 April 2021)
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The Society for the History of Collecting invites you to its Online Lecture Hudson River School Painting: A Case Study in Categorization and Collecting by Bruce Robertson, Professor Emeritus Thursday April 8, 10.30 am PDT / 1.30 pm EDT / 6.30 pm BST The Hudson River School, a group of mid-nineteenth century American landscape … Continue reading Hudson River School Painting: A Case Study in Categorization and Collecting (8 April, 2021)