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12.10.17
Tagung : Rom

Collecting Raphael. Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino in Sammlungen und Sammlungsgeschichte


06.07.17
Tagung : Rom

Greifbare Städte. Materialität und Identität in Süditalien (1100-1800)


15.06.17
Tagung : Vicenza

L'architetto lettore


28.04.17
Tagung : Cambridge MA

Arts and Court Cultures in the Iberian World (1400-1650)


27.04.17
Vortrag: London

Privateering and Navigational Practice: Edward Wright and the First Mercator Chart, 1599


27.04.17
Tagung : Innsbruck

Der mittelalterliche Lettner – Quelle, Befund, (Be)Deutung.


24.04.17
Tagung : Dresden

Alltag als Exemplum. Religiöse und profane Deutungsmuster der frühen Genrekunst


16.11.15
Tagung : Leuven

Netherlandish Art and Luxury Goods in Renaissance Spain. Trade, Patronage and Consumption


Renaissance

 As uomo universale, Leon Battista Alberti embodied the model of the educated artist in need of acquiring skills in as many subjects as possible. . The same ideal applied to patrons. Typical for the Renaissance was the training  in the seven liberal arts comprising the trivium (grammar, rhetorics, logics) and the quadrivium (arithmetics, music, astronomy, geometry). All were subordinated to philosophy . The section Renaissance therefore seeks to promote an interdisciplinary approach to Renaissance studies and to remain open to publications from neighboring disciplines. The publications in this section are meant tocomplement and encourage Renaissance studies at universities and  research institutions.