London Art Week (6, 7, & 9 Dec, 2021)
Jewish Dealers and the European Art Market c.1850-1930
An online symposium organised by the Jewish Country Houses project in partnership with the National Trust and in collaboration with The Gilbert Collection and London Art Week
Mon 6 Dec at 6pm GMT // 1pm EST
In conversation: Belonging and Betrayal – How Jews Made the Art World Modern
Charles Dellheim will be in conversation with James McAuley to discuss the publication of his new book, Belonging and Betrayal: How Jews Made the Art World Modern (Brandeis, 2021).
Charles Dellheim, Professor of History, Boston University, Boston
James McAuley, Contributing Columnist for the Washington Post, Paris
Tue 7 Dec at 6pm GMT // 1pm EST
Portrait of a Family: Sargent’s Wertheimers
Jean Strouse will be in conversation with Caroline Corbeau-Parsons about her forthcoming book on the art dealer Asher Wertheimer and the artist John Singer Sargent, who painted twelve portraits of Wertheimer’s family.
Jean Strouse, Independent scholar and writer, New York
Caroline Corbeau-Parsons, Curator of Drawings at Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Thu 9 Dec at 6pm GMT // 1pm EST
The Jewish Contribution to Art Dealing in London
A roundtable discussion about the heritage of Jewish art and antiques dealerships in nineteenth and twentieth-century London.
Martin Levy, Chairman of H. Blairman and Sons Ltd and member of the Spoliation Advisory Panel, UK
Cherith Summers, Director at Murphy & Partners, London
Alice Minter, Curator at the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Moderator: Thomas Marks, Writer and art critic, Associate fellow of The Warburg Institute, London and Trustee of Art UK
For more information and to register for the symposium visit the LAW Website