Symposium: The Workshop of Leonardo in Milan: Creative Process and Artistic Dynamics

Friday, May 11, 2018
Registration begins at 8:30 am, reception to follow speaker presentations
FOPAS Members: FREE, Members: 40.00, Non-Members: 55.00, Students: 20.00
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The department of Painting and Sculpture is pleased to announce a day-long symposium on the workshop of Leonardo in Milan and the impact of the Florentine master on the artists working in Lombardy at the time. Leading scholars in the field of Leonardo's studies will explore the artistic dynamics around the practice of the master da Vinci and his influence on the pictorial production in the second half of the fifteenth and the beginning of the sixteenth centuries.

Stephen J. Campbell, Henry and Elizabeth Wiesenfeld Professor, Department of the History of Art, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Sue Ann Chui, Associate Conservator, Paintings Conservation, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Martin Clayton, Head of Prints and Drawings, Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle, England

Claire Farago, Professor Emerita, University of Colorado Boulder

Luke Syson, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Chairman, Department of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Symposium Schedule

8:30-9:30am - Registration-Coffee and Pastries available
9:30-10:00am - Introductions
10:00-10:45am - Claire Farago, Theory in Leonardo's Milanese Workshop and its Legacy
10:45-11:00am - Morning Break
11:00-11:45am - Martin Clayton, Leonardo as a Draftsman in Milan: Impact and Legacy
12:00-1:30pm - Break for Lunch
1:30-2:15pm - Luke Syson, Leonardo and Leonardism Revisited
2:30-3:15pm - Sue Ann Chui, Beyond the Painted Surface: Exploring the Materials and Techniques of Leonardo, Boltraffio and SalaƬ
3:15-3:30pm - Afternoon Break
3:30-4:15pm - Stephen Campbell, Milan after Leonardo: Cesare da Sesto and Gaudenzio Ferrari
4:15-5:00pm - Closing Remarks and Q&A Panel
5:00-6:00pm - Reception

Sponsored by the Cooke-Daniels Fund and the Friends of Painting and Sculpture.

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