New Dialogues in Art History Conference at The Warburg Institute

September 26, 2018

Wednesday September 26th 2018

This conference at the Warburg Institute brings together current and recent doctoral students to present papers on key themes of Early Modern and Renaissance scholarship.

 Making and Materiality
Ang Li (University of Oxford): ‘The Revival of Gold Ground in Late Fifteenth-Century
Italian Paintings.’
Benedetta Pacini (University of Warwick/ The National Gallery): ‘Making and Moving
Venetian Renaissance Paintings: my interviews with chief restorers in Venice and
London, and archival records about Tintoretto’s transport strategy.’

Attribution and Authorship
James Wehn (Case Western Reserve University/ The Cleveland Museum of Art): ‘The
Maker’s Image: Israhel van Meckenem, His Name, and His Copies.’
Catherine Spirit (University of York): ‘Weaving Light: Untangling Authorship in the
Windows of All Saints Church, Earsham.’

Prestige and Patronage
Dr Ilaria Taddeo (PhD 2017, IMT School for Advanced Studies, Lucca): ‘Artistic
Patronage, Family Prestige and Religious Politics. The case of the Guidiccioni between
Lucca and Rome (c. 1530-1550).’
Anne-Sophie Laruelle (University of Liège): ‘Reconsidering Tapestry Patronage and
Trade in the Renaissance.’

Itinerancy and Interchange
Giulio Dalvit (Courtauld Institute): ‘Circulation of Drawings in Castiglione Olona:
Masolino, Paolo Schiavo, Vecchietta, Domenico Veneziano and Cyriacus of Ancona.’
Matthew Whyte (University College, Cork): ‘Stylistic Exchange and Civic Identity in
Michelangelo’s work on the Arca di San Domenico in Bologna.’

Opening New Dialogues
Professor Michelle O’Malley (Deputy Director; PhD, Warburg Institute): ‘The Specifics of Authorship: Attributing Production.’

Free and open to all, but advance booking required via: