Members' activities: online Lecture Series "Interiors for Display"
March 5, 2021
Interiors for Display: The art of the eighteenth-century interior in the Dutch Republic and Europe
Online lecture series at the Leiden University, organized by Alexander Dencher. Registration is open and free, please click here for more information.
- March 11: Amsterdam's splendid interiors of the eighteenth century, Pieter Vlaardingerbroek (Gemeente Amsterdam, Monumenten & Archeologie/UU)
- : Painting ensembles in eighteenth-century interiors in the Dutch Republic, Margriet van Eikema Hommes (RCE (Cultural Heritage Agency)/TU Delft)
- April 1: From storeroom to public display. 18th century interiors in the Museum Houses of the Hendrick de Keyser association. Valentijn Carbo (Vereniging Hendrik de Keyser)
- Pride and prejudice: the eighteenth-century interior in the historiography of British architecture, Prof. dr. Christine Casey (Trinity College Dublin)
- Engaging with the Antique: Parisian architects, designers and craftsmen and the development of the neoclassical interior, 1760-1785, Helen Jacobsen (The Wallace Collection, London)
- May 13: From Baroque to Regency: Textile Furnishings in the British Country House, Annabel Westman (The Attingham Trust, London)
- May 27: Giovanni Battista Foggini: a designer of interiors and decorative arts at the time of the Last Medici, Kira d’Alburquerque (The Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
Image: The Art Gallery of Jan Gildemeester Jansz, Adriaan de Lelie, 1794 - 1795. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum.
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