STIP: PhD Studentship, Dublin

Date: Jan 20, 2019 Subject: STIP: PhD Studentship, Dublin Trinity College Dublin - National Gallery of Ireland, September 01, 2019 Application deadline: Mar 31, 2019 The Trinity College Dublin and National Gallery of Ireland collaborative PhD Studentship The Department of History of Art and Architecture, Trinity College Dublin and National Gallery of Ireland are pleased … Continue reading STIP: PhD Studentship, Dublin

CONF: 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters, London, 10 Nov 17

What: Conference on 'Knowing 'as much of art as the cat': 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters' Where: The National Gallery, London When: 10 November 2017 More information and Registration at: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/knowing-as-much-of-art-as-the-cat-19th-century-women-writers-on-the-old-masters   This major conference examines the role of English-speaking women as disseminators of knowledge about Old Master paintings and historic painting techniques during the … Continue reading CONF: 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters, London, 10 Nov 17

Conference: 'Knowing 'as much of art as the cat': 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters', The National Gallery, London, Friday 10 November 2017

What: Conference: 'Knowing 'as much of art as the cat': 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters' When: Friday 10 November 2017, 10am–5.45pm Where: The National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre More information and booking at: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/knowing-as-much-of-art-as-the-cat-19th-century-women-writers-on-the-old-masters his major conference examines the role of English-speaking women as disseminators of knowledge about Old Master paintings and historic painting techniques … Continue reading Conference: 'Knowing 'as much of art as the cat': 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters', The National Gallery, London, Friday 10 November 2017

Talk and Book Launch on 'Longford Castle: The Treasures and the Collectors', National Gallery, London, Friday 13 October 2017

When: Friday 13 October, 6–7pm, followed by a drinks reception Where: National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing Theatre, followed by Conference Room 1 Admission Free More details and booking: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/longford-castle-past-and-present The evening begins with a short interview between Lord Radnor, the owner of Longford Castle and Susanna Avery-Quash, Senior Research Curator (History of Collecting) at the National Gallery. … Continue reading Talk and Book Launch on 'Longford Castle: The Treasures and the Collectors', National Gallery, London, Friday 13 October 2017

Society's Event for Members: A Visit to the National Gallery

On Friday 20 January 2017, a group of 18 SocHistColl members were taken around the National Gallery collection by Dr Susanna Avery-Quash, Senior Curator in the History of Collecting at the National Gallery. Susanna talked about two of the most important figures behind the formation of the national collection. She started off with John Julius … Continue reading Society's Event for Members: A Visit to the National Gallery