Event Details

Date
Oct 28, 2017
Time
10:00am - 5:00pm
Place
Wing lecture room

New date!

This symposium will examine how both pedagogical approaches and increased watermarks data for Rembrandt’s prints can be used along with traditional connoisseurship to answer questions about Rembrandt as a printmaker—and raise new ones. Speakers will discuss cross-disciplinary projects and collaborative research in academic collections, and how they extend the reach of existing knowledge about Rembrandt’s practice. A panel discussion will explore the teaching of Rembrandt’s prints from a variety of perspectives in different settings, including the university, the encyclopedic museum, and the conservation studio. 

Keynote presenters:

Erik Hinterding, Curator of Prints, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
“Rembrandt’s Paper: State of the research and where we go from here”

Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Professor of Art on the Sarah Gibson Blanding Chair, Vassar College
“In Love with Line: Tales of Teaching with Rembrandt”

Additional presentations by Andaleeb Badiee Banta, Curator of European and American Art, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College; Stephanie Dickey, Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art, Queen’s University; Margaret Holben Ellis, Eugene Thaw Professor of Paper Conservation, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; C. Richard Johnson, Jr., Jacobs Fellow in Computational Arts and Humanities, Cornell Tech, New York, and Geoffrey S. M. Hedrick Senior Professor of Engineering, Cornell University; Elizabeth Nogrady, Andrew W. Mellon Curator of Academic Programs, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College; Nadine Orenstein, Drue Heinz Curator in Charge, Department of Drawings and Prints, Metropolitan Museum of Art; Gregory Page, Associate Professor of Print Media and Drawing, Cornell University; Lisa Pincus, Visiting Assistant Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies, Cornell University; and Andrew C. Weislogel, Seymour R. Askin, Jr. ’47 Curator of Earlier European and American Art, Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.

Support for this symposium has been generously provided by Ronni Lacroute ’66.

Registration is free; contact Elizabeth Saggese at eas8@cornell.edu or 607 254-4642 to reserve a space by Monday, October 23

Schedule subject to change.