Coronavirus (Covid-19): Latest updates and information
Skip to main content Skip to navigation

2013


Select tags to filter on

Book published

December 2013.

gastel_100_sq.jpgJoris van Gastel, Il marmo spirante : sculpture and experience in seventeenth-century Rome.

Thu 15 May 2014, 11:32 | Tags: Subject place - Italy, Publication - book (author)

Book published

Donal Cooper (with Janet Robson). 'The Making of Assisi: The Pope, the Franciscans and the Painting of the Basilica'. Yale University Press, 2013.

Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:07 | Tags: Subject place - Italy, Publication - book (author)

Chapter published

30 October 2013

Joris van Gastel. ‘Michelangelo’s Lesson: The Baroque Bozzetto between Creation and Destruction’, in Das Haptische Bild, ed. by Iris Wenderholm, Jörg Trempler and Markus Rath (Berlin: Akademie Verlag 2013), pp. 209–225. Published: 30 October 2013.

Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:07 | Tags: Subject place - Italy, Publication - book contribution

Named lecture organised

25 October 2013

Elizabeth CropperNamed lecture. The First Warwick in Venice Biennial Lecture in the History of Art. 'Portraying Beauty: Parmigianino, Raphael and Titian', delivered by Elizabeth Cropper, Dean, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.. Date: 25 October 2013. Location: Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Cannaregio, Venice. Online recording of lecture.

Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:06 | Tags: Subject place - Italy

Online article

October 2013

Donal Cooper (with Meghan Callahan), ‘Sacred Space in the Modern Museum: Researching and Redisplaying the Santa Chiara Chapel in the V&A’s Medieval & Renaissance Galleries’, V&A Online Journal, Autumn 2013. Article


Online article

13 August 2013

Navigating NaplesJoris van Gastel. "Navigating Naples: The Italian Home of great art, atmosphere, architecture (and pizzas)". Online article for the Knowledge Centre, University of Warwick. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/knowledge/culture/navigating-naples-the-italian-home-of-great-art-atmosphere-architecture-and-pizzas


Article published

10 July 2013

Donal Cooper, "Rethinking Early Italian Panel Painting and the Primacy of the Altarpiece : Giotto’s Stigmatization of Saint Francis and its Pisan Context". In Art History . Published online: 10 July 2013. Art History Volume 36, Issue 4, pages 686–713, September 2013. ISSN 0141-6790. Abstract: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-8365.12030/abstract


Exhibition catalogue entries

April 2013

Donal Cooper. ‘Giotto et les Franciscans’. Essay in the exhibition catalogue Giotto e compagni, and sections on ‘Le commanditaire’ and ‘Emplacement et fonction’ in the chapter on ‘Saint François recevant les stigmates’. Exhibition held at the Musée du Louvre, Paris, 18 April to 15 July 2013. Publisher. Exhibition.

 

Conference presentation

6 April 2013

Giorgio Tagliaferro. 'The hard life of a painter’s apprentice in late Cinquecento Venice'. Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, San Diego, April 4-6, 2013. For the panel: Between Apprentice and Master – III. Conference site.

Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:03 | Tags: Subject place - Italy, Event - talk

Research paper presentation

26 February 2013

Giorgio Tagliaferro. 'Titian's Serravalle Altarpiece and His Work in the 1540s', University of Cambridge, Department of History of Art.

 
Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:02 | Tags: Subject place - Italy, Event - talk

Chapter in exhibition catalogue

15 February 2013

Caporali MissalCooper, Donal. ‘The Franciscan Context’. Chapter in the catalogue for the exhibition The Caporali Missal: A Masterpiece of Renaissance Illumination, held at Cleveland Museum of Art, 17 February – 2 June 2013: The Caporali Missal: A Masterpiece of Renaissance Manuscript Illumination, ed. Stephen Fliegel (Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2013), pp. 51-67. Published: 15 February 2013.

A little-known and rediscovered illuminated manuscript from the Renaissance is the focal point of this enthralling exploration of Umbrian painting, the role of the Franciscan order, and the artists Bartolomeo and Giacepo Caporali.

 
Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:02 | Tags: Subject place - Italy, Publication - book contribution

Edited book published

February 2013

pigott_-_venice_cover_100.jpgMichael Pigott (editor). World Film Locations: Venice. Published: February 2013. Part of the World Film Locations series.

This book explores the rich history of films that have used the floating city as evocative backdrop and integral character. Few cities are as densely packed with picturesque cinematic locations. Extensively illustrated with maps, film stills, and present-day location photos, this book provides both a colorful guide to, and an incisive examination of, Venice on film. It contains insightful film entries describing carefully chosen scenes from each film, as well as six thematic essays, written by an impressive international selection of film critics, academics, and Venice experts. The grand and familiar tourist spots take on new significances, and the book highlights less well-known spots beyond the tourist trail, including gondola repair yards and legendary, but well-hidden, restaurants. From one of the earliest mobile shots in film history—a voyage up the Grand Canal shot in 1896—to classic depictions of the city like Summertime, Death in Venice, and Don’t Look Now, as well as recent big budget productions such as The Tourist, this book spans the history of filmmaking in Venice.
 
Tue 31 Dec 2013, 13:01 | Tags: Publication - book (edited), Subject place - Italy