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Friends of Art History Lecture Series: “The Emergence of a Modern Art World in Paris, 1776-1848”
January 10, 2020 at 2:30 PM
|Location:||412 St. Patrick's Building|
Friday, January 10, 2:30pm, 412 St. Patrick’s Building
Kathryn Desplanque, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Art History, SSAC, Carleton University
“The Emergence of a Modern Art World in Paris, 1776-1848”
What is an art world? What makes it modern? Explore the emergence of a modern art world in Paris from Rococo to Romanticism and from the old regime to the July Monarchy.
Louis Léopold Boilly, The Public Viewing David’s
“Coronation” at the Louvre, 1810. Metropolitan
Museum of Art, NYC, NY.