CFP: Tudor and Jacobean Painting: Production, Influences and Patronage

Tudor and Jacobean Painting: Production, Influences and Patronage
Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th December 2010

To be held at the National Portrait Gallery (Thursday and Friday) and the Courtauld Institute of Art (Saturday)

This conference is part of a collaborative research project between the National Portrait Gallery, the Courtauld Institute of Art and the University of Sussex, called Making Art in Tudor Britain.

Day 1: Materials, appearances, effects, and the artists’ workshop practices
Day 2: Authorship: native and foreign artists
Day 3: Patronage for portraiture and the use of documentary and technical evidence

Confirmed speakers include:
Aviva Burnstock (Courtauld Institute); Victoria Button (V&A/ RCA); Tarnya Cooper (National Portrait Gallery); Susan Foister (National Gallery); Elizabeth Goldring (University of Warwick); Karen Hearn (Tate); Frederick Hepburn (Independent Scholar); Erma Hermens and Sally Rush (University of Glasgow); Maurice Howard (Sussex University); Anita Jansen (Het Prinsenhof, Delft) & Johanneke Verhave (art historian and paintings restorer, Rotterdam); Rica Jones (Tate); Catharine MacLeod (National Portrait Gallery); Sophie Plender (National Portrait Gallery); Marie Louise Sauerberg (Hamilton Kerr Institute); Libby Sheldon (University College London); David Taylor (Scottish National Portrait Gallery); Robert Tittler (Concordia University, Montreal); Ian Tyers (Dendrochronologist); Hope Walker (Courtauld Institute); Lucy Wrapson (Hamilton Kerr Institute)

For further details please contact: Catherine Daunt

A full conference programme will be available in early June 2010. Booking details will be advertised at
http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/event-root/call-for-papers-international-conference.php

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