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The Society for the History of Collecting Invites you to its Early Career Workshop 4pm (GMT) Wednesday 24 March, 2021 Holocaust-Era Provenance Research: The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection Famous for its European and British masterpieces, including gold and silver, enamel miniatures, gold boxes and mosaics, the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection contains some of … Continue reading REMINDER – SHC Early Career Workshop: Holocaust-Era Provenance Research (Today, 24 March 2021)
CFP: The 1873 Vienna World's Fair (Vienna, 12-11 Nov 21) University of Vienna, Nov 12–13, 2021 Deadline: Apr 18, 2021 Call for Papers for the Conference: Expanding Islamic Art Historiography: The 1873 Vienna World’s Fair While research on Islamic art became a scholarly field in the twentieth century, it built on studies and perspectives of … Continue reading CFP: The 1873 Vienna World’s Fair (Vienna, 12-11 November 2021)
Seminar session: "Artistic entrepreneurship and self-promotion strategies in the regional advertising press (1750-1790)", 23 March 2021 (online) Jacob Schwartzenbach, Portraitist with silhouette and model, 1798, private collection. 23 March 2021, online, 18:30-20:00 Speaker: Professor Sophie Raux (Lyon 2) Artistic entrepreneurship and self-promotion strategies in the regional advertising press (1750-1790) The end of the 1750s saw … Continue reading Seminar Collection: Artistic Entrepreneurship and Self-Promotion Strategies in the Regional Advertising Press (1750-1790)(Online, 23 March 2021)
THE SEMINAR ON COLLECTING AND DISPLAY INVITES YOU TO ITS FREE ONLINE SEMINAR The Display of Ancient Art in Museums By Dr. Eleni Vassilika Monday, 15th March, 2021 at 6 p.m. GMT (nb the US moves its clocks to summer time at 2am Sunday 14, 2021) PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST REGISTER ON THE IHR … Continue reading Seminar on Collecting and Display: The Display of Ancient Art in Museums (15 May 2021, 6pm GMT)