REMINDER: In Focus – The Grand Tour, the two Horaces and the Court of Florence (1740-1786) (24 March – 24 July 2022) #2

In Focus: The Grand Tour, the two Horaces and the Court of Florence (1740-1786) 24 March – 24 July 2022 A survey of the architecture of Florence, richly illustrated by Ferdinando Ruggeri (1722) –recently ‘returned home’ to Strawberry Hill House - inspires third In Focus display The New Year sees Strawberry Hill House taking visitors … Continue reading REMINDER: In Focus – The Grand Tour, the two Horaces and the Court of Florence (1740-1786) (24 March – 24 July 2022) #2

In Focus: The Grand Tour, the two Horaces and the Court of Florence (1740-1786) (24 March – 24 July 2022)

In Focus: The Grand Tour, the two Horaces and the Court of Florence (1740-1786) 24 March – 24 July 2022 A survey of the architecture of Florence, richly illustrated by Ferdinando Ruggeri (1722) –recently ‘returned home’ to Strawberry Hill House - inspires third In Focus display The New Year sees Strawberry Hill House taking visitors … Continue reading In Focus: The Grand Tour, the two Horaces and the Court of Florence (1740-1786) (24 March – 24 July 2022)

The Seminar for Collecting and Display: The 5th Earl and Countess of Exeter as late seventeenth century collectors of contemporary Italian art (7 February, at 6 p.m. GMT)

The Seminar for Collecting and Display invites you to its seminar on Monday, 7 February, at 6 p.m. GMT by Zoom Amy Lim will speak on: The 5th Earl and Countess of Exeter as late seventeenth century collectors of contemporary Italian art Between 1678 and 1700, John Cecil, the ‘Travelling Earl’ of Exeter, and his … Continue reading The Seminar for Collecting and Display: The 5th Earl and Countess of Exeter as late seventeenth century collectors of contemporary Italian art (7 February, at 6 p.m. GMT)

CFP: Nineteenth-Century Visual Technologies in Contemporary Practices

CFP: Nineteenth-Century Visual Technologies in Contemporary Practices Deadline: Mar 1, 2022 We invite proposals for a collection of essays on the ways in which contemporary art and heritage practices have been engaging with forms of nineteenth-century immersive spectacle. The parallels between the technological transformation of our own time and the experiments of the early nineteenth … Continue reading CFP: Nineteenth-Century Visual Technologies in Contemporary Practices

CFP: The 1873 Vienna World’s Fair (Vienna, 12-11 November 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)