Étiqueté : manuscrits enluminés

Colloque en ligne : “Storia della miniatura: lavori in corso”, Società Internazionale di Storia della Miniatura, 17 et 18 septembre 2021

Venerdì 17 settembre 9.00 – 9.10. Saluti I sessione Dal Tardoantico al Gotico Chair: Alessandra Perriccioli, Università della Campania L. Vanvitelli – Università Suor Orsola Benincasa 9.15 – 9.30. Prolet Decheva, University College Dublin The date of the Vienna dioscurides: a question to be reopened 9.35 – 9.50. Massimo Bernabò, Università di Pavia Da Bisanzio alla Georgia, all’Egitto, alla Siria medievale 9.55 – 10.10. Edina Eszenyi, Pegaso University Naples – HEI Pegaso International Malta Hrabanus...

Appel à contribution : « Theatrum Libri. The Press, Reading and Dissemination in Early Modern Europe », Vilnius, Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, 1-2 décembre 2021, date limite le 30 juin 2021

The conference is dedicated to 15-19th century printed books and manuscripts. We invite scholars from various disciplines to reflect on and share their new research, methods and applications, including the application of digital humanities and open data in research of the book: the 15-19th century book as an archival phenomenon (accumulation of knowledge and books) in Lithuania and Europe; the role of knowledge accumulators and book collectors, systematizers and sorters in forming a personal or institutional archive; the...

Appel à contribution : History of illuminated manuscripts, en ligne, 17-18 septembre 2021, date limite le 15 juin 2021

Società Italiana di Storia della Miniatura (SISM) Storia della miniatura: ricerche in corso La Società internazionale di storia della miniatura invita gli studiosi della disciplina a comunicare le ricerche in corso in un webinar che si svolgerà nelle date indicate. Per la partecipazione è necessario inviare, entro il 15 giugno 2021, titolo e abstract (max 300 caratteri) dell’intervento all’indirizzo <storiadellaminiatura@gmail.com>. Le comunicazioni non dovranno superare i 15 minuti. Esse saranno pubblicate, in forma sintetica (max...

Parution : Martine Clouzot, La musique en images Instruments, voix et corps sonores dans les manuscrits enluminés (XIIIe-XVe siècles), Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

Par l’image, la musique est figurée de façon inventive et étonnante dans les manuscrits enluminés entre le XIIIe et le XVe siècle. Par les images, la musique est figurée de façon inventive et étonnante dans les manuscrits enluminés entre le XIIIe et le XVe siècle, principalement en France et en Angleterre. C’est cette capacité d’invention des enlumineurs à rendre visible ce qui est invisible, à savoir les sons des instruments et les voix des chanteurs,...

Parution : Stella Panayotova (dir.), « The Art & Science of Illuminated Manuscripts. A Handbook », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

This book is designed to provide a guide for art historians, conservators and manuscript scholars to understand and support the increasingly popular cross-disciplinary research efforts focused on non-invasive scientific analyses of illuminated manuscripts. The results achieved by the research of the pioneering MINIARE research project based at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge led to the ground-breaking and acclaimed 2016 exhibition “COLOUR: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts.” This was followed by an international Conference,...

Conférence : Elli Doulkaridou, “The Battista Agnese Atlas of the John Carter Brown Library. Preliminary remarks on its decorative system”. En ligne, 20 janvier 2021, 21h (Paris)

Abstract About eighty manuscript atlases made by the prolific sixteenth-century Italian cartographer Battista Agnese survive. However, none of these manuscripts carries such an extensive decorative program as the John Carter Brown Library’s example. Probably destined as a gift to Philip II of Spain, the Atlas’ borders weave a subtle discourse. Enveloping the known and discovered new worlds in ornate frames, the Atlas encourages a global, geopolitical, and aesthetic perspective on Charles V’s son and heir....

Appel à communication : Power, Patronage and Production. Book Arts from Central Europe (ca. 800–1500), Princeton/New York, 13-15 Jan 22, date limite le 1er février 2021

Power, Patronage and Production: Book Arts from Central Europe (ca. 800–1500) in American Collections Princeton/New York, January 13 – 15, 2022 Deadline: Feb 1, 2021 On January 13–15, 2022, the Index of Medieval Art (Princeton University), the Pierpont Morgan Library & Museum (New York), and the Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University will host a conference to accompany the exhibition, “Imperial Splendor: The Art of the Book in the Holy Roman Empire, 800–1500,” presented at...

Conférence: Elli Doulkaridou, « Representing Vision in the Missal of cardinal Juan Alvarez de Toledo », en ligne, 11 décembre 2020

Le séminaire des Nouveaux Modernes – Groupe de recherche en histoire de l’art du Moyen âge aux Lumières – Montréal Abstract / Résumé : The Missal of the Spanish Cardinal Juan Alvarez of Toledo contains several illuminations touching on the topics of vision and visionary experience. Taking into account recent research exploring the modalities developed and implemented by Renaissance artists, we propose to explore the visionary dimension of the manuscript that has, until now, gone unnoticed. Le Missel du...

Colloque : « Dans le manuscrit et en dehors : échanges entre l’enluminure et les autres arts », Université de Lausanne, 22-24 octobre 2020

Tout au long de l’histoire de l’enluminure les liens entre les arts du livre et les autres arts ont été profonds, continus et féconds. Des peintres ont pratiqué leur métier à la fois sur parchemin, sur panneau, sur verre ou sur mur ; la nature composite et complexe de l’objet livre a souvent encouragé les artistes travaillant dans ses pages et à sa reliure (que ce soit des orfèvres ou des ivoiriers) à s’inspirer mutuellement. Les...

Exposition : Storie di pagine dipinte, Florence, Palazzo Pitti, jusqu’au 4 octobre 2020

In mostra a Palazzo Pitti fino a ottobre quaranta codici preziosi e pergamene illustrate dai maestri del Medioevo e del Rinascimento. Un tesoro di sapere, arte e devozione, prima rubato e poi ritrovato: sono libri antichi e preziosi come il minuscolo Ufficio dei Morti appartenuto a Papa Leone X de’ Medici, i grandissimi corali, le pergamene finemente illustrate e decorate dai alcuni dei più grandi maestri del Medioevo e del Rinascimento. La mostra “Storie di...

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