Catégorie : Actualité de la recherche en histoire de l’art de la Renaissance

Parution : Élise Boillet, Marco Faini (eds), “Le doute dans l’Europe moderne”, Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

L’époque moderne, depuis l’Humanisme et la Renaissance jusqu’aux Lumières, fut propice au doute et largement travaillée par celui-ci. La découverte de nouvelles techniques, l’exploration de nouveaux espaces, le développement de nouvelles disciplines, la formulation de nouvelles doctrines religieuses et politiques, la circulation accélérée et élargie des productions écrites par la voie de l’imprimerie ont favorisé, notamment dans les villes, la pluralité et la confrontation des idées et des opinions et l’émergence du doute dans tous...

Parution : Jennifer Borland, « Visualizing Household Health. Medieval Women, Art, and Knowledge in the Régime du corps », Pennsylvanie, Penn State University Press, 2022

In 1256, the countess of Provence, Beatrice of Savoy, enlisted her personal physician to create a health handbook to share with her daughters. Written in French and known as the Régime du corps, this health guide would become popular and influential, with nearly seventy surviving copies made over the next two hundred years and translations in at least four other languages. In Visualizing Household Health, art historian Jennifer Borland uses the Régime to show how...

Journée d’étude : « Knowledge, Network, and Society in the Age of Van Eyck », Gand, Museum voor Schone Kunsten Gent, 16 décembre 2022

‘Knowledge, Network, and Society in the Age of Van Eyck’ is an interdisciplinary and hybrid workshop organised in collaboration with the Henri Pirenne Institute, the Museum of Fine Arts Ghent (MSK), Suermondt Ludwig Museum Aachen, Onderzoeksalliantie Stadsgeschiedenis UGent-VUB, Vrienden van het MSK and the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Ghent University. The event will take place in Ghent on 16 December. In this one-day workshop, young researchers and established academics will shed their light...

Parution : Adam Eaker, “Van Dyck and the Making of English Portraiture”, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2022

    A new account of painting in early modern England centered on the art and legacy of Anthony van Dyck As a courtier, figure of fashion, and object of erotic fascination, Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) transformed the professional identities available to English artists. By making his portrait sittings into a form of courtly spectacle, Van Dyck inspired poets and playwrights at the same time that he offended guardians of traditional hierarchies. A self-consciously Van...

École d’été : « Intensity and the Grades of Nature. Heat, Colour, and Sound in the Ordering of Pre-Modern Cosmos. 1200-1600 », Pise, Domus Comeliana, 11-14 juillet 2023

Held in the stunning premises and terrace of the Domus Comeliana, this summer school will explore how heat, colour, and sound have been used, conceptualised and graded in the pre-modern cosmos shaping both disciplines of knowledge and everyday life. Central to the various cosmologies that developed throughout the period 1200-1600 was the idea that phenomena are subject to a variation in intensity. Intensity determined why objects were of higher or lesser temperature, speed, brightness, porous...

Séminaire du Collectif Renaissance : Sara Petrella, « Le “mythe mort”? Dieux, monstres et démons chez Natale Conti et Vincenzo Cartari », Paris, INHA, 12 décembre 2022, 18h00

Le Collectif Renaissance a le plaisir de vous inviter à la seconde séance de son séminaire de l’année universitaire 2022-2023 :   Lundi 12 décembre 2022 – 18h-20h – Galerie Colbert/INHA, Paris Sara Petrella (Université de Fribourg) Le “mythe mort”? Dieux, monstres et démons chez Natale Conti et Vincenzo Cartari Séance introduite par Jérémie Koering (Université de Fribourg) La séance aura lieu en salle Vasari, Galerie Colbert/INHA, 2 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris La séance sera retransmise en...

Colloque : “Embellir & enrichir” : Rôles de l’ornement dans les décors de la Renaissance, Lausanne, Université de Lausanne, Anthropole, 9-10 décembre 2022

Université de Lausanne, Anthropole, salle 2055, Dec 9–10, 2022 “Embellir & enrichir”. Rôles de l’ornement dans les décors de la Renaissance. Ce colloque propose d’approfondir les pistes de réflexion sur l’ornement de la Renaissance en interrogeant les différents rôles tenus par celui-ci dans les décors des XVe et XVIe siècles en Europe. L’attention portée à des techniques et des supports variés (architecture, vitrail, peinture, enluminure, sculpture, etc.) permettra d’appréhender les similitudes et les différences des...

Parution : R. Noyes (ed.), « Reassessing Epistemic Images in the Early Modern World », Amsterdam University Press, 2022

This edited collection of papers explores from an interdisciplinary perspective the role of images and objects in early modern knowledge-making practices with an emphasis on mapping methodological approaches against printed pictures and things. The volume brings together work across diverse printed images, objects, and materials produced c. 1500-1700, as well as well as works in the ambit of early modern print culture, to reframe a comparative history of the rise of the ‘epistemic imprint’ as...

Appel à contribution : « Artists from the Low Countries in the Iberian World », Special issue, date limite le 15 février 2023

Artists, agents and patrons from the Low Countries in the Iberian World (1400-1714). Call for Papers for a Special Journal Issue. Traditionally, it is argued that from the 15th century onwards, Iberian art was transformed by the arrival of artists and art objects from the Low Countries. Numerous studies demonstrate the influence of great Flemish artists such as Jan Van Eyck, Michiel Coxcie, Peter Paul Rubens and Jacob Jordaens. However, the contribution of lesser-known artists,...

Parution : Maria Berbara, « Sacrifice and Conversion in the Early Modern Atlantic World », Harvard University Press, 2022

When Europeans came to the American continent in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, they were confronted with what they perceived as sacrificial practices. Representations of Tupinamba cannibals, Aztecs slicing human hearts out, and idolatrous Incas flooded the early modern European imagination. But there was no less horror within European borders; during the early modern period no region was left untouched by the disasters of war. Sacrifice and Conversion in the Early Modern Atlantic World illuminates a...

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