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Conference: Printing Colour 1700–1830
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CONFERENCE + OBJECT STUDY DAY
Convenors: Elizabeth Savage & Ad Stijnman
PRINTING COLOUR 1700–1830
Discoveries, Rediscoveries & Innovations in the Long 18th Century
10-11 April 2018, University of London
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OBJECT STUDY DAY
18th-Century Colour-Print Cultures
12 April 2018, 9 London collections


Convenors

Elizabeth Savage (Institute of English Studies), Ad Stijnman (Leiden)

Keynotes

Martin Andrews (Reading), Margaret Morgan Grasselli (National Gallery of Art)

Private Views

Karen Attar (Senate House Library), Tansy Barton (Senate House Library), Rob Dixon (Rob Dixon), Irène Fabry-Tehranchi (British Library), Julia Nurse (Wellcome Library), Liz Miller (V&A), Elizabeth Savage (British Museum), William Schupbach (Wellcome Library) Rachel Sloan (Courtauld Institute of Art), Roger Smith (Roger Smith), Ad Stijnman (St Bride Library)

Speakers

Sidney Berger (Simmons College), Andrew Bush (National Trust), Juliet Carey (Waddesdon Manor), Dionysia Christoforou (Rijksmuseum), Michèle Cloonan (Simmons College), Rob Dixon (sirjoshuareynolds.com; stipple.co.uk), Geert-Jan Janse (Utrecht), Corinne Le Bitouzé (Bibliothèque nationale de France), Sarah Lowengard (Cooper Union), Jean Michel Massing (Cambridge), Manon van der Mullen (Rijksmuseum), Chiara Palandri (National Library of Norway), Michael Phillips (York), Claudia-Alexandra Schwaighofer, Benedetta Spadaccini (Ambrosiana), Ad Stijnman (Leiden), Zalina Tetermazova (Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts), Simon Turner (Hollstein)

Posters & Objects Session

Wendy Andrews (Cambridge), Rob Banham (Reading), Jake Benson (Leiden), Patricia Ferguson (British Museum), Phillippa Mapes (English Heritage), Alice Nicoliello, Robin Rider (Wisconsin-Madison), Elizabeth Savage (Institute of English Studies), Ad Stijnman (Leiden), Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset (Versailles), Evelyn Wöldicke (Stiftung Brandenburger Tor)


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Flier: Printing Colour 1700-1830   Flier for 18th-Century Colour Print Cultures