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Technical Art History Colloquium XVI: A selection by Jeroen Stumpel (Utrecht)
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Datum:
7 December 2017

TECHNICAL ART HISTORY COLLOQUIUM XVI:

A selection by Jeroen Stumpel

 

Date and time: 7 December, 2017 - 15:00 – 17:00
Location: Drift 21, Utrecht – Room Sweelinckzaal (0.05)

 

The Technical Art History Colloquium is organised by Sven Dupré (Utrecht University and University of Amsterdam, PI ERC ARTECHNE), Arjan de Koomen (University of Amsterdam, Coordinator MA Technical Art History), Abbie Vandivere (University of Amsterdam, Coordinator MA Technical Art History & Paintings Conservator, Mauritshuis, The Hague), Erma Hermens (University of Amsterdam and Rijksmuseum) and Ann-Sophie Lehmann (University of Groningen). Monthly meetings take place on Thursdays. The sixteenth edition of the Technical Art History Colloquium is organised by Jeroen Stumpel on the occasion of his emeritation at Utrecht University. Jeroen Stumpel has invited Paul Taylor (The Warburg Institute, University of London) and Marjolijn Bol (Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University) to speak on technical art history.


- Hatching and Technical Art Criticism

Paul Taylor (The Warburg Institute, University of London)


- The Emerald and the Eye: On Sight and Light in the Artisan’s Workshop and the Scholar’s Study
Dr. Marjolijn Bol (Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University)

 

In order to ensure that you will be accommodated, RSVP to j.briggeman@uu.nl.

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