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Symposium: New Perspectives on Paolo Veronese
Paolo Veronese: A Master and His Workshop in Renaissance Venice
Paolo Veronese (1528-1588) was one of the giants of Venetian Renaissance painting. Though perhaps best known for his grand ceiling paintings and large Biblical feast scenes, Veronese and his workshop created altarpieces and smaller religious paintings for private devotion or collectors, as well as portraits, depictions of sensual narratives drawn from the classical tradition, and allegories glorifying the Venetian state. Veronese was also an outstanding draughtsman.
The exhibition Paolo Veronese: A Master and His Workshop in Renaissance Venice presents some of the artist's finest paintings and drawings now in North American museums and private collections, as well as a selection of prints after important works. To illustrate Veronese's collaborations with other masters and his command of a workshop, the exhibition also features paintings and drawings created in part or full by talented collaborators, pupils, and assistants.
More about the exibitition.
A Master and His Workshop in Renaissance Venice
Friday, March 8, 2013, 5:30 pm
Keynote Address and Reception: Sainer Auditorium, New College of Florida
David Rosand, Meyer Schapiro Professor Emeritus of Art History, Columbia University, reflects on the history and opportunities of Veronese scholarship - past, present, and future.
Saturday, March 9, 2013, 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Symposium: Sainer Auditorium, New College of Florida
Papers will offer new perspectives on Veronese and his art; speakers will include Caroline Campbell (National Gallery, London), Stephen Campbell (Johns Hopkins University), Tracy Cooper (Temple University), C. D. Dickerson III (Kimbell Art Museum), Frederick Ilchman (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), John Marciari (San Diego Museum of Art), Helena Szepe (University of South Florida), and Susannah Rutherglen (University of Toronto).
Curator of Education
Virginia Brilliant, Curator of European Art,
The John Ringling and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Veronese's Vision of Architecture
Tracy Cooper, Professor of Art History,
Tyler School of Art, Center for the Arts, Temple University
Veronese and Sculpture
C.D. Dickerson, Curator of European Art,
Kimbell Art Museum
Veronese and Images of 'Venetia' in Illuminated Manuscripts
Helena Szepe, Associate Professor of Art History,
University of South Florida
Domestic Painting Cycles by Veronese
Susannah Rutherglen, Fellow
Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies,
University of Toronto
Veronese's Religious Narrative Painting
Frederick Ilchman, Mrs. Russell W. Baker Curator of Paintings,
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Veronese and the Painting of History
Stephen Campbell, Henry and Elizabeth Wiesenfeld Professor and Chair,
Department of the History of Art, Johns Hopkins University
L'abbiamo fatto tutti noi: Veronese's Workshop
John Marciari, Curator of European Art and Head of Provenance Research,
San Diego Museum of Art
'Bellini, Veronese, Tiepolo - a Venetian 'longue durée'?
Caroline Campbell, Curator of Italian Painting before 1500,
The National Gallery, London
This event was made possible through the generous support of the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, the Stanley and Gloria Goldman Ringling Museum Endowment, and the Lester E. Bessemer and Mary Tilley Bessemer Endowment.
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