ANN Nov 10, 2005

13th Gerson Lecture (Univ Gronigen, 17 Nov 05)

J.L.

13th Gerson Lecture:
Ingrid D. Rowland , ‘The Roman Garden of Agostino Chigi’

On the 17th of November Professor Ingrid D. Rowland will give the 13th
Gerson lecture in the Aula of the University of Groningen, The
Netherlands. Professor Rowlands is Professor at the University of Notre
Dame School of Architecture in Rome, and the author of numerous articles
and several books, including The Scarith of Scornello. A Tale of
Renaissance Forgery (2004) and The Culture of the High Renaissance:
Ancients and Moderns in Sixteenth-Century Rome (1998). She will lecture
on: ‘The Roman Garden of Agostino Chigi’. Her text will be available
immediately after the lecture (€ 8,50), as volume 13 of the series ‘Gerson
Lectures’.

Preceding the Gerson lecture, there will be two additional lectures on
related topics, by Prof. Jeroen Stumpel (University of Utrecht) and Dr.
Caroline van Eck (University of Groningen). They will be held in the
lecture room of the Department of Art History, Oude Boteringestraat 34,
Groningen.

All those interested are invited to attend the lectures. There is no
registration and no participation fee.

Times and places:

13.30 – 15.30 h.: lecture room of the Department of Art History, Oude
Boteringestraat 34, Groningen:

* 13.30 – 14.30 h.:
Prof. dr. Jeroen Stumpel (University of Utrecht):
‘On alum and art; aspects of patronage from Van Eyck to Raphael’

* 14.30 – 15.30 h.:
Dr. Caroline van Eck (University of Groningen):
‘Statues that move, paintings that weep and buildings that speak: new
perspectives on living presence response in Renaissance Italy’

16.30 – 17.30 h.: Aula of the University of Groningen, Broerstaat 5:
Professor Ingrid D. Rowland, ‘The Roman Garden of Agostino Chigi’

17.30 h.: Reception

For more information, please contact Dr. E.H.C. de Bruyn
(E.C.H.de.Bruyn@rug.nl) or Dr. Jan L. de Jong (J.L.de.Jong@rug.nl)

 

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Reference:
ANN: 13th Gerson Lecture (Univ Gronigen, 17 Nov 05). In: ArtHist.net, Nov 10, 2005 (accessed May 21, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/27649>.

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