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Trading Paintings and Painters' Materials 1550-1800

Programme du International Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation (CATS) Conference : « Trading Paintings and Painters’ Materials 1550-1800 ». L’événement est organisé par le Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation
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     Trading Paintings and Painters’ Materials 1550 -1800 International CATS Conference, Copenhagen, 21-22 June 2018  The National Museum of Denmark, Ny Vestergade 10, Copenhagen K  Thursday 21 June 08.30-09.15 Registration and Coffee/Tea 09.15-09.25 Welcome and introduction to the conference Key-note speaker 09.25-09.55 Sandra van Ginhoven (Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles)   Flemish Dealers and a Booming Transatlantic Art Trade in the Seventeenth Century Session 1 09.55-10.20 Maite Jover (El Prado National Museum, Madrid)   Imported Wood in Sixteenth Century South Spanish Panel Painting: The case of Luis de Morales Workshop 10.20-10.45 Anna Koopstra (Independent scholar, The Netherlands)   Trading Places, Making Paintings: Hendrik van Steenwijck the Younger and the Exchange in Artists’ Materials    10.45-11.10 Isabel Wagner, Julia Brandt & Corinna Gramatke (National Museum & Bavarian State Office, Munich)   The Polychrome Wooden Sculptures of the Jesuit Reductions in Paraguay: Technical Study 11.10-11.40 Coffee break Session 2 11.40-12.05 Katarina Bartur & Irena Radic Rossi  (University of Zadar)    Archaeological Evidence of the Activity of the Venetian Vendecolori: T  he Case of Gnalić Shipwreck   12.05-12.30 Anne Haack Christensen (Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen)    Mercantilism, Monopolies and Materials: Trading Painters’ Supplies in 17th Century Denmark   12.30-12.55 Ingalill Nyström & Anders Assis (Gothenburg University and Ljusdalsbygdens Museum, Hälsingland)   Trade with Pigments, Dyes and Binders in Hälsingland 1700-1800 12.55-13.05 Sponsor talk 13.05-14.30 Lunch break Session 3 14.30-14.55 Forough Sajadi (PhD candidate, University of Warsaw)    Jan Luicassen Hasselt: A Flemish painter in Isfahan 14.55-15.20 Lisa Wiersma  (PhD candidate, Utrecht University)   Painting by Numbers: Towards a Standard Approach to Painting Still-Lifes 15.20-15.45 Angela Jager (Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen)    Quantity over Quality? Netherlandish Paintings in a Danish Private Collection 15.45-16.15 Coffee break 16.15-17.30 Walk to the boat and tour to The Royal Cast Collection, "The Westindian Warehouse"   17.30-18.50 Reception at The Royal Cast Collection 18.50-19.30  Walk to the boat and tour to The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design, and Conservation, Holmen   19.30 - Conference dinner at The Royal Danish Academy  (optional upon pre-registration and payment)       Trading Paintings and Painters’ Materials 1550 -1800 International CATS Conference, Copenhagen, 21-22 June 2018  The National Museum of Denmark, Ny Vestergade 10, Copenhagen K Friday 22 June 09.15-09.25 Welcome Key-note speaker 09.25-09.55 Jo Kirby Atkinson (formerly at the National Gallery, London) Painting in a Wider World: Developments in the Trade in Painters’ Materials    Session 4 09.55-10.20 Elsa Dikkes (Independent scholar, The Netherlands)   The Van Doordt Family: Traveling Goldsmiths and the Diversity of Skills in Sixteenth-Century Antwerp, London and Copenhagen 10.20-10.45 Jacob Simon  (National Portrait Gallery, London)   London, 1600-1800: Trading A rtists’  Materials in Europe, Trading Worldwide 10.45-11.10 Pierre-Olivier Ouellet (Université du Québec, Montréal)   The Eclectic Market of Art Materials in Quebec at the End of the Eighteenth Century: A Study from the Canadian Artist François Baillairgé’s Journal (1784 -1800) 11.10-11.40 Coffee break Session 5 11.40-12.05 Moorea Hall-Aquitania  (Fellow at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam)    Efficienza e Unione: Practical Considerations for Using Colored Grounds in Sixteenth-Century Italy 12.05-12.30 Rozemarijn Landsman (Columbia University, New York)   Smudges, Sponges and Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting 12.30-12.55 Kari Rayner (National Gallery of Art, Washington)   Found in Translation: Exploring Dutch Influence on Eighteenth-Century British Landscape Painting 12.55-13.05 Sponsor talk 13.05-14.30 Lunch break Session 6 14.30-14.55 Giulia De Vivo et al (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam)   "Egyptian Blue” Pigment in the Rijksmuseum’s “Adoration of the Magi” b   y Garofalo: Availability of an Unusual Pigment in XVI Century Ferrara 14.55-15.20 Sheila Barker  (Jane Fortune Research Program, Florence)   The Trade in Ultramarine Blue at the Florentine Court of the Medici Grand Dukes 15.20-15.45 Erma Hermens & Barbara Berri (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and National Gallery of Art, Washington)   Trading and Exchanging: Coloured Glass on the Sixteenth and Seventeenth-  Century Easel Painters’ Palette    15.45-15.55 Wrapping up conference 15.55-16.30 Refreshments and goodbye  The conference is sponsored by: Contributor to the conference:
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