|31 Oct 2013||2:00pm - 6:00pm||CRASSH (SG1), Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT|
The symposium is free to attend but registration is necessary. Please click on the link at the right hand side of the page to book your place.
Pierre Rosenberg, former Director of the Louvre, will participate in this concluding symposium after his series of three public lectures on Poussin in England.
Professor Henry Keazor (Universität Heidelberg)
Professor Elena Fumagalli (Université de Modène et Reggio Emilia)
Professor Marianne Cojannot-Le Blanc (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)
Mickaël Szanto (Centre André Chastel, Galerie Colbert)
Nicolas Milovanovic (Musée du Louvre)
Other events in this series
Eliezer and Rebecca
24 Oct 2013 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Mill Lane Lecture Room 9
The first lecture by CRASSH Humanitas Professor in the History of Art 2013-14, Pierre Rosenberg
28 Oct 2013 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Mill Lane Lecture Room 9
The second lecture by CRASSH Humanitas Professor in History of Art 2013-14, Pierre Rosenberg
Poussin and England
30 Oct 2013 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Mill Lane Lecture Room 9
The third lecture by CRASSH Humanitas Professor in the History of Art 2013-14, Pierre Rosenberg
Chair: Jean Michel Massing (University of Cambridge)
Chair: Helen Glanville (Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge)
Private view of Poussin artworks at Fitzwilliam Museum and drinks reception (no spaces remaining)
About the Professorship
The Humanitas Chair in the History of Art has been made possible by the generous support of J E Safra.
The Humanitas Visiting Professorship in the History of Art explores a wide range of approaches to the history of art, from the economic, social and philosophical to the cultural and aesthetic.
Previous Humanitas Visiting Professor in History of Art
2012-13: Philippe de Montebello (Director Emeritus, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fiske Kimball Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University)
Jean Michel Massing (History of Art)
Frank Salmon (History of Art)
Deborah Howard (Architecture)
Alyce Mahon (History of Art)