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Domenico Tintoretto (1560-1635), Venice, Queen of the Adriatic, Crowning the Lion of Saint Mark. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.Credit

Special event

Study Day: Venice in Dublin

22 October 10.00 - 16.00

Location
Lecture theatre
Admission

Full price: €30

Discounts available for students, over 65s, and members of the Friends of the Gallery.

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New perspectives on Venetian paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland, in association with University College Dublin and the Venetian Art History Group, presents this public symposium.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • William Barcham, Professor Emertius, State University of New York – Bonds of Friendship:Tiepolo’s Dublin ‘Banquet’ after Veronese for Algarotti
  • Philip Cottrell, University College Dublin – Titian Impossible? The Dublin Titians
  • Rachel Healy, University College Dublin – The Double Portrait of Giorgio and Francesco Cornaro: Projecting Power through Portraiture
  • Peter Humfrey, Professor Emeritus, University of St Andrews – Pictures by Bonifacio de’ Pitati and his Circle
  • Rose Z. King, University of Glasgow – Born of the Sea: Domenico Tintoretto's ‘Venice, Queen of the Adriatic, Crowning the Lion of St Mark’
  • Niamh MacNally, National Gallery of Ireland, curator of the exhibition J.M.W. Turner: The Sun is God - Turner: Visions of Venice  
  • Tom Nichols, University of Glasgow – Before the Flood: Francesco Bassano’s ‘Noah Building the Ark’

Note: all titles are provisional; full schedule TBC.

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