CFP: Animal and Portraiture in the Renaissance, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris and Musée National de la Renaissance, Ecouen (2021), deadline 30 October 2020

International conference organized by Cécile Beuzelin (Lecturer in History of Modern Art, Montpellier 3 University) and Armelle Fémelat (doctor in Art History, CESR Tours), in collaboration with the National Renaissance Museum of Écouen and the Hunting and Nature Museum, Paris.

Call for Papers: Petrarch and Portraiture, XIV-XVI century

University of Cambridge, 8 June 2018 Confirmed Keynote Speaker: Dr Federica Pich, University of Leeds. Confirmed Respondent: Dr Abigail Brundin, University of Cambridge. The aim of the conference is to investigate the interplay between Petrarch’s writings and later Petrarchan literature with portraiture. Through his works in both Latin and in vernacular Petrarch made crucial contributionsContinue reading “Call for Papers: Petrarch and Portraiture, XIV-XVI century”

Casting the Real in Petrach’s Time (New York, 4-5 May 17)

Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York, May 4 – 05, 2017 <; Casting the Real: Reproduction, Translation and Interpretation in Petrach’s Time The History of Art department of the University of York is pleased to sponsor ‘Casting the Real: Reproduction, Translation, and Interpretation in Petrarch’s Time’, an international workshop that explores the ways fourteenth-century poets, intellectuals,Continue reading “Casting the Real in Petrach’s Time (New York, 4-5 May 17)”

Conference: Reconsidering the Origins of Portraiture (Krakow, 16-18 April 2015)

Programme of the Conference co-organized by: The Institute of Art History of the Jagiellonian University and The Princes Czartoryski Foundation 16-18 April, 2015, Grodzka 53, Cracow Entrance is free, all are welcome. 16 April, 2015 14.00-14.40 Welcome, Prof. Marek Walczak & Dr Mateusz Grzęda Portraying the Sovereign in the 13th and 14th Centuries 14.40-15.05 DrContinue reading “Conference: Reconsidering the Origins of Portraiture (Krakow, 16-18 April 2015)”