Fellows Colloquium—Portraits of a World in Flux: Recent Studies of European Art in The Met Collection

During a series of eleven Friday colloquia this spring, our current fellows present brief papers on their research and explore related scholarly questions. These Friday sessions take place from March 3 through May 19 starting at 10 am.

SESSION 1    10 AM

The Veronese School of Painting in the Early Renaissance between Venice and Milan

Mattia Vinco, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Department of European Paintings

Michelangelo and Paper as Palimpsest

Mauro Mussolin, Sylvan C. Coleman and Pam Coleman Memorial Fund Fellow, Department of Drawings and Prints

Art, Technology, and the City: The Work of Jan van der Heyden (1637–1712)

Rozemarijn Landsman, Theodore Rousseau Fellow, Department of European Paintings

SESSION 2    11:30 AM

The Decline of Expression and the Autonomy of Painting: Private Decorations for the Sun King at the End of His Reign

Aaron Wile, Chester Dale Fellow, Department of European Paintings

“Primitives” in New York: Frederick Mason Perkins and Early Renaissance Italian Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fausto Nicolai, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, The Robert Lehman Collectiont

Moderator: Stephan Wolohojian, Curator, Department of European Paintings











When: Fri., March 24, 2017 at 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Where: Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Price: Free with museum admission
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During a series of eleven Friday colloquia this spring, our current fellows present brief papers on their research and explore related scholarly questions. These Friday sessions take place from March 3 through May 19 starting at 10 am.

SESSION 1    10 AM

The Veronese School of Painting in the Early Renaissance between Venice and Milan

Mattia Vinco, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Department of European Paintings

Michelangelo and Paper as Palimpsest

Mauro Mussolin, Sylvan C. Coleman and Pam Coleman Memorial Fund Fellow, Department of Drawings and Prints

Art, Technology, and the City: The Work of Jan van der Heyden (1637–1712)

Rozemarijn Landsman, Theodore Rousseau Fellow, Department of European Paintings

SESSION 2    11:30 AM

The Decline of Expression and the Autonomy of Painting: Private Decorations for the Sun King at the End of His Reign

Aaron Wile, Chester Dale Fellow, Department of European Paintings

“Primitives” in New York: Frederick Mason Perkins and Early Renaissance Italian Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fausto Nicolai, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, The Robert Lehman Collectiont

Moderator: Stephan Wolohojian, Curator, Department of European Paintings