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Exposition : « Flesh and Blood : Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum », Seattle Art Museum, du 17 octobre 2019 au 26 janvier 2020

Flesh and Blood offers a rare opportunity to view unforgettable works from the Capodimonte Museum in Naples. Renowned artists of the High Renaissance such as Titian and Raphael join Neapolitan masters including Artemisia Gentileschi, Jusepe de Ribera, and Bernardo Cavallino. The show reveals the many ways the human body can express love and devotion, physical labor, and tragic suffering. The exhibition is organized by the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples, the Seattle Art...

Exposition : « Drama and Devotion in Baroque Rome », Athens – Georgia Museum of Art, du 27 juillet 2019 au 21 mai 2020

Rome has long been a key destination for artists. At the beginning of the 17th century, painters from across Europe flocked to the Eternal City to see the revolution caused by painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571 – 1610). Everyone copied his stark contrast of light and dark, powerful realism and dramatic sense of staging. The works presented in this exhibition, all from the Museum and Gallery at Bob Jones University, celebrate how Caravaggio shaped...

Appel à contribution : “Between Heaven and Earth: Ecclesiastical Patronage in Europe, 1400-1600”, date limite : 2 février 2015

Appel à contribution : “Between Heaven and Earth: Ecclesiastical Patronage in Europe, 1400-1600”, date limite : 2 février 2015

Call for papers “Beetween Heaven and Hell : Ecclesiastical patronage in Europe, 1400-1600” Londres, Courtauld Institute of Art,  Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN   Deadline for CFP : 2 February 2015 Third Annual Renaissance Symposium at the Courtauld Institute of Art : 9 May 2015 In recent years, the artistic commissions of ecclesiastic and lay patrons – both individual and collective – have been a fruitful area of scholarship. Research addressing issues of sacred space, devotional...

Parution : Fredrika H. JACOBS, Votive Panels and Popular Piety in Early Modern Italy, Cambridge University Press, 2013

Parution : Fredrika H. JACOBS, Votive Panels and Popular Piety in Early Modern Italy, Cambridge University Press, 2013

FREDRIKA H. JACOBS Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond In the late fifteenth century, votive panel paintings, or tavolette votive, began to accumulate around reliquary shrines and miracle-working images throughout Italy.Although often dismissed as popular art of little aesthetic consequence, more than fifteen hundred panels from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries are extant, a testimony to their ubiquity and importance in religious practice. Humble in both their materiality and style, they represent donors in prayer and supplicants...

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