On the occasion of the landmark exhibition Charles I: King and Collector, this conference seeks to investigate the shape and development of Charles I’s collection. Selected papers will explore the internal and external factors that had a significant impact on collecting habits at the Stuart court, highlighting the latest research from a wide range of disciplines and themes.
Speakers include the exhibition curators Per Rumberg and Desmond Shawe-Taylor, as well as Andrea Bacciolo, Justin Davies, Erin Griffey, Maria Cristina Terzaghi, Peter Humfrey, Karen Hearn, Margaret Dalivalle Emily Burns, and Lucy Whitaker.
The conference takes place at the Society of Antiquaries of London (Burlington House, Piccadilly, London) on Thursday 12 April 2018 and is co-organized by Royal Academy and the Paul Mellon Centre. For the conference and program and tickets, see eventbrite.co.uk