Conference | Histories of British Art, 1660-1735

Posted in conferences (to attend) by Editor on August 16, 2012

From the University of York:

Histories of British Art, 1660-1735
King’s Manor, University of York, 20-22 September 2012

Organized by Claudine Van Hensbergen

Histories of British Art is the third and final conference organised as part of  Court, Country, City: British Art 1660-1735, a major research project run by the University of York and Tate Britain, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Held at the King’s Manor in York, this three-day conference includes a drinks reception at York City Art Gallery and a visit to Beningbrough Hall (built 1716) for a private viewing of the National Portrait Gallery’s collection of over a hundred artworks from the period.

Keynote speakers: Malcolm Baker, Diana Dethloff, Charles Ford, and David Solkin

Conference spaces are limited and we therefore encourage early booking to avoid disappointment. For any other queries please email email clare.bond@york.ac.uk

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