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Colloque : “Human Kind : Transforming Identity in British and Australian Portraits, 1700–1914”.

Stephen Slaughter, Portrait de Hans Sloane, 1736, huile sur toile, Londres, Portrait Gallery.

Stephen Slaughter, Portrait de Hans Sloane, 1736, huile sur toile, Londres, Portrait Gallery.

Type : colloque.
Date de la manifestation :
du jeudi 8 au dimanche 11 septembre 2016.
Lieu :
Melbourne, The University of Melbourne & National Gallery of Victoria.

Programme complet.

Programme concernant le XVIIIe siècle :

Keynotes
• David H. Solkin FBA Walter H Annenberg Professor of the History of Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art: ‘English or European? Portraiture and the Politics of National Identity in Early Georgian Britain’.
• Kate Retford Senior Lecturer, Department of History of Art, Birkbeck, University of London: ‘Conversing in and with the Landscape: Edward Haytley’s Portraits of The Brockman Family at Beachborough’.
• David Hansen Associate Professor, Centre for Art History & Art Theory, Australian National University: ‘Skin and Bone: Surface and Substance in Anglo-Colonial Portraiture’.
• Martin Myrone, Lead Curator, Pre-1800 British Art, Tate Britain, London ‘Portrait and Autograph: Art and Identity in the Age of Reform, c.1820–40’.
• Anne Gray Emeritus Curator, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra ‘The Two Titans of Australian Portraiture: Roberts and Lambert’.

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