Public and private commissions (Rijeka, 25-27 Oct 18)

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Croatia, October 25 - 27, 2018

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COMMISSIONS
Donors and Works of Art in the Northern Adriatic during the Early Modern Period

LE COMMISSIONI PUBBLICHE E PRIVATE
Committenti e opere d’arte nell’Alto Adriatico durante l’età moderna

The second and international Conference of the Research Project
ET TIBI DABO: Commissions and Donors in
Istria, Croatian Littoral and North Dalmatia
from 1300 to 1800

Rijeka, 25th – 27th October 2018

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka
Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci

PROGRAMME
Thursday, 25th October
Hall 230

10:00 – 10:30
Welcoming Addresses:
Associate Professor Ines Srdoč Konestra, PhD, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Assistant Professor Barbara Španjol-Pandelo, PhD, Head of the Department of Art History

Professor Nina Kudiš, PhD, project leader ET TIBI DABO: Commissions and Donors in Istria, Croatian Littoral and North Dalmatia from 1300 to 1800

Chair: Renata Novak Klemenčič
10:30-10:50
 Nina Kudiš, Il pittore Giovanni Pietro de Pomis e il Capitano di Fiume Stefano della Rovere: contesto di una commissione
10:50 – 11:10
 Simone Guerriero, Non solo Le Court: Melchior Barthel, tra committenza pubblica e collezionismo nella Venezia barocca
11:10-11:40
 Coffee Break
Chair: Nina Kudiš
11:40 – 12:00
 Massimo Favilla, Ruggero Rugolo, Venezia, i pregi di una famiglia: gli Zane di San Stin fra arte e storia
12:00-12:20
 Damir Tulić, Between Private and Public: Three Cases of Art Commissions in Venice and Istria Around 1700
12:20 – 13:00
Discussion

13.00-15.00
Lunch Break

Chair: Massimo Favilla
15:00-15:20
 Maichol Clemente, Tommaso Rues tra Udine e Venezia. Un’opera, qualche documento e altri appunti di scultura veneta
15:20-15:40
 Monica De Vincenti, Dalla Serenissima all'Europa: commissioni pubbliche e private per i Marinali “illustri Scultori nella città di Venezia”
15:40-16:10
 Coffee Break
Chair: Damir Tulić
16:10-16:30
 Katra Meke, Making Business for Eternal Glory - the Merchant Jakob Schell von Schellenburg as Patron and Collector
16:30-16:50
 Massimo Favilla, Ruggero Rugolo, Venezia - San Marino. Francesco Zugno e la Madonna della misericordia nella chiesa di Montegiardino
16:50-17:10
 Matej Klemenčič, Antonio Corradini and public presentations of sculpture in early 18th century Venice
17:10-18:00
Discussion

PROGRAMME
Friday, 26th October
Hall 230

Chair: Nina Kudiš
10:00-10:20
 Renata Novak Klemenčič, Progetti edilizi della Repubblica di Ragusa nella prima metà del Quattrocento
10:20 – 10:40
 Ivan Braut, Krasnka Majer Jurišić, Nobilis sir Petrus de Zaro, et viri Arbi, Donor of the Franciscan Church of St. Bernardin in Kampor
10:40-11:10
 Coffee Break
11:10-11:30
 Željko Bistrović, The Pićan Bishops and Their Role in the Public and Cultural Life of Carniola and Its Provinces
11:30-11:50
 Josip Višnjić, Early Modern Transformation of the Pazin Fort During the Administration of Mosconi and Swetkovitch Families
11:50 -12:20
Discussion and Coffee Break

Chair: Ruggero Rugolo
12:20 – 12:40
 Danijel Ciković, Iva Jazbec Tomaić, Tutti li sudetti paramenti hanno l'arma de Sua Signoria Illustrissima et Reverendissima...: Donazioni pubbliche e private del vescovo di Veglia, Giovanni della Torre
12:40-13:00
 Mateja Jerman, The Silver Sculpture of Our Lady of Sorrows from the Church of St. Vitus in Rijeka: Authors and Donors
13:00 – 13:30
Discussion

13.30-15.30
Lunch Break

Chair: Danijel Ciković
15:30-15:50
 Petar Puhmajer, Introduction to the History of Baroque Gardens in Rijeka – Investors, Origin and Design
15:50-16:10
 Ana Šitina, Đenis Torić, Commissions of Urban Fenzi and Lorenzo Fondra for the Church of St. Lawrence in Šibenik
16:10-16:40
 Coffee Break
Chair: Katra Meke
16:40-17:00
 Mario Pintarić, Giuseppe Minolli – the Donor of the Monumental High Altar in the Former Augustinian Church of St. Jerome in Rijeka
17:00-17:20
 Marin Bolić, Collecting Paintings in the 18th Century Rijeka: the Case of Francesco Saverio de Marburg
17:20-18:00
Discussion and Concluding Remarks

PROGRAMME
Saturday, 27th October
Field trip to Zagreb (for speakers only)

Reference:
CONF: Public and private commissions (Rijeka, 25-27 Oct 18). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 21, 2018 (accessed Nov 23, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/19304>.

Contributor: Nina Kudiš, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka

Contribution published: Oct 21, 2018

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