London seminar for early modern visual culture, spring programme 2009

Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum
History of Art Department, Seminar Room 3
University College London, Gordon Square

Seminars are free and open to all, and will be held at 6.00pm.

Monday 19 January: Hannah Williams (Courtauld Institute of Art)
Portraits, Spaces and Everyday Encounters in the Académie Royale.

Monday 2 February: Christoph Vogtherr (Wallace Collection)
Correggio’s Leda between Nudity and Art History. Biography of a Painting

Monday 23 February: Satish Padiyar (Courtauld Institute of Art)
Painting as an Act: Some Problems in ‘Agency and Art’ (Fragonard/Twombly)

Monday 2 March: Natasha Easton (University College London)
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Monday 16 March: Sheila McTighe (Courtauld Institute of Art)
Jacques Callot in Florence, 1617. Artistic Imitation and Social Reform in the Capricci di Varie Figure

Monday 23 March: Alice Sanger (University College London, University of Manchester)
Medici Womens’ Sacred Journeys: Visuality, Liminality and Exchange

This seminar series has been organised jointly by The Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum and University College London. For more information visit the Courtauld events website: