Canaletto Study Morning
We have a very limited number of tickets left for Saturday's Canaletto Study Morning! This academic study morning will explore the life and work of Venetian artist Canaletto, who is the focus of our current exhibition Canaletto and the Art of Venice. The keynote lecture will be delivered by Rosie Razzall, Curator of Drawings, Royal Collection Trust.
This event is aimed at students, but it's open to all.
Presented in conjunction with the UCD School of Art History & Cultural Policy and UCD Access and Lifelong Learning.
Tickets cost €15 (€5 for students).
Schedule of talks:
10am - Welcome
10.10am - Looking over Canaletto's shoulder; what the drawings reveal. Rosie Razzall, Curator of Drawings, Royal Collection Trust
11am - Coffee
11.20am - The Venetian cityscape from Carpaccio to Canaletto. Dr Philip Cottrell, UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy.
11.40am - Staffage and street life in Canaletto’s Venice. Adrian Le Harivel, Curator of British Art, National Gallery of Ireland
12pm - Venice and the Grand Tour. Dr Nicola Figgis, UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy
12.20pm - Panel discussion
1pm - Conclusion
Canaletto and the Art of Venice is a loan exhibition featuring works from the Royal Collection.
With thanks to RTE Supporting the Arts.
Image: Canaletto (1697-1768), 'The Bacino of San Marco on Ascension Day', c.1733.
Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018
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