International Colloquium

International Colloquium "OLD MASTER DRAWINGS" - Prague 24.09.2018

Place Institute of Christian Art History, Catholic Theological Faculty, Charles University Thákurova 3, Prague 6, CZECH REPUBLIC
Organizer Institute of Christian Art History, Catholic Theological Faculty, Charles University and The Collection of Prints and Drawings of National Gallery in Prague
More info https://cemsbrno.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/KTF-1953-version1-kresba_konference.pdf

Institute of Christian Art History, Catholic Theological Faculty, Charles University and The Collection of Prints and Drawings of National Gallery in Prague organise International Colloquium:

OLD MASTER DRAWINGS


Monday 24th September: Institute of Christian Art History, Catholic Theological Faculty, Charles University Thákurova 3, Prague 6

Programme:
"Italy – The Homeland of Disegno"
9.30 Giulio Bora, "Il disegno a Milano nel Cinquecento: una traccia"
10.00 Sergio Marinelli, Ca‘ Foscari University of Venice, "I disegni di Giovanni Carboncino"
10.30 Veronika Lorencová, Charles University, "The albums of drawings from The Research library in Olomouc. The collection of Old Master drawings"
11.00 Martin Zlatohlávek, Charles University, "The Drawings from the Collection of Clary Aldringen as a Document of Lombard Atelier Praxis in 16th Century"

11.45 Marinella Pigozzi, University of Bologna, "Ferdinando Galli Bibiena e il suo progetto di altare per la cappella della Madonna del Fuoco a Forlì"
12.15 Dalibor Lešovský, National Gallery in Prague, "St. Lorenzo Giustiniani Giving Alms: An unknown preparatory drawing by Gregorio Lazzarini"
12.45 Andrew Robison, "Artists‘ Drawings for their Prints. Central Europe and Masters of Drawing"
14.45 Blanka Kubíková, National Gallery in Prague, "Francesco Terzio – an Italian artist at the court of Archduke Ferdinand II in Prague. What do we know about his drawings?"
15.15 Ksenija Tschetschik-Hammerl, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, "Daniel Froeschel (1563–1613) and the Drawing Copy after Raphael in Brno"
15.45 Alena Volrábová, National Gallery in Prague, "Wenceslaus Hollar and his German Encounters"
16.15 Petra Zelenková, National Gallery in Prague, „Come, you shall be crowned“ The triumph of St. Catherine on an unpublished drawing by Karel Škréta

17.00 – 17.30 Final Discussion