Étiqueté : pastoral

Conférence : Chriscinda Henry, « Pastoral Fellowship and the Performance of Virtuosity in Titian’s Concert Champêtre », en ligne, 3 février 2022, 17h30-18h30

This talk places Titian’s Concert Champêtre (ca. 1509–11) within the context of elite domestic leisure in early sixteenth-century Venice. In particular, it explores the combined role of sociable gathering, theatrical performance, music making, and art collection in the establishment of a new mode of self-fashioning and generational distinction on the part of young Venetian patricians and the virtuosi they patronized. In his book on the young Titian, Paul Joannides sensibly hypothesized that Titian’s painting registers the allusive portrait likenesses...

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...

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