2:00-5:00 pm, Elebash Recital Hall.
Barbara G. Lane, Professor, Queens College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Wayne Franits, Professor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University
Jeffrey Muller, Professor of Art History, Brown University
Caravaggio’s ‘Madonna of the Rosary’ in the Antwerp Dominican Church
Albert Blankert, Independent Scholar, The Hague
Hendrick ter Brugghen revisited
David Levine, Professor of Art History, Southern Connecticut State University
Rembrandt’s ‘Wtenbogaert’, Christian devotion and the Remonstrant cause
Susan Koslow, Professor Emerita, Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Aristotle’s apron: science and epistemology in Rembrandt’s ‘Aristotle with a bust of Homer’
Eddy de Jongh, Professor Emeritus, University of Utrecht
Signs from heaven: traces of astrology in 16th- and 17th-century Netherlandish art
A reception will follow the symposium, with reminiscences by Frima Fox Hofrichter, Professor of Art and Design, Pratt Institute, and Alison G. Stewart, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
This symposium is co-sponsored by the Art History Department and Renaissance Studies Program at The Graduate Center, in cooperation with Christie’s, Richard L. Feigen, Noortman Master Paintings, Sotheby’s, and Jack L. Tanzer.
No admission charge, no prior registration.
For further information, please contact Prof. Martin Elsky, Coordinator, Renaissance Studies Certificate Program, CUNY Graduate School. Email: email@example.com.
Details about the symposium will be posted on the web site of the Art History Program at the Graduate Center, at www.gc.cuny.edu