Étiqueté : naturalisme

Colloque : “Science, Nature and Art in the Time of the Baroque”, Séville, 9-11 novembre 2015

With the birth of the “new science” in the wake of Bacon, the theories on the world and nature ceased being essentially poetic –as they were considered in the long inherited mediaeval tradition– and began to be felt as essentially scientific. Modern science and the development of the artistic culture of the Baroque came hand in hand and became the cornerstones of the history of European culture. In this modern science, the discovery of the...

Appel à publication : « Art and the Verdant Earth: The Green Worlds of the Renaissance and the Baroque », date limite : 15 août 2015

Art and the Verdant Earth: The Green Worlds of the Renaissance and the Baroque Date limite du rendu des abstracts : 15 août 2015 Remise des textes au printemps 2016 The green mantle of the earth! This age-old metaphor casts the greening of the earth as a divine marvel while also calling upon poets and artists to re-fashion the greenness of nature into art. Ecological writers like Rachel Carson and EO Wilson used the expression as a poetic...

Appel à contributions : “Art and Science in the Early Modern Low Countries”, Amsterdam, date limite : 15 avril 2015

Appel à contributions : “Art and Science in the Early Modern Low Countries”, Amsterdam, date limite : 15 avril 2015

Conférence internationale ‘Art and Science in the Early Modern Low Countries’ 16-17 septembre 2015, Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum / Trippenhuis   Anticipating plans for a future exhibition on Art and Science in the Early Modern Low Countries (ca 1550-1730), the Rijksmuseum and the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands (Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences) organize a preliminary, two-day conference. This event will take place at the Rijksmuseum (September 17th) and the Trippenhuis (September 18th) in...