Journée d’étude : “Textiles and Diplomacy”.

Berent van der Eichen et Anton Steenwicnkel, La bataille d’Øland en 1676, 1685-1693, tapisserie en laine, ca. 3,7 x ca. 5,1, Copenhague, château de Rosenborg.

Berent van der Eichen et Anton Steenwicnkel, La bataille d’Øland en 1676, 1685-1693, tapisserie en laine, ca. 3,7 m x 5,1 m, Copenhague, château de Rosenborg.

Type : journée d’étude.
Date : 17 mars 2016.
Lieu : 
Centre for Textile Research SAXO Institute University of Copenhagen, Copenhague.

Programme :

13h: Presentation and Introduction by Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset (CTR/SAXO Institute Copenhagen) “Textiles and Diplomacy. Diplomats and Spies in the Early Modern Age”.

13h30: Axel Harms (Rosenborg Castle) “Splendour and confidentiality. Rosenborg Castle and the diplomacy of Christian IV”.

14h: Cecilia Candreus (Uppsala University) “An Embroidered marriage proposal to Elizabeth I of England”.

14h30: Charlotte Paludan (Independent Textile Scholar Copenhagen)
French espionage on Danish textile production”.

15h: Nadia Fernández de Pinedo (Universitad Autonóma Madrid) “Textile consumption in mid 18th century-Madrid: Diplomats and upper middle class”.

15h30: Sidsel Frisch (University of Copenhagen) “Textile diplomacy. Tapestries of war and peace”.

16h: Pause and Discussion.