A cura di Stefania Ermidoro e Cecilia Riva in collaborazione con Lucio Milano.
Atti del convegno promosso dall’istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti e Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici (Venezia, 5-6 marzo 2018.
Rethinking Layard 1817-2017 marked the bicentenary of the birth of the famous archaeologist and diplomat Austen Henry Layard (1817-1894). The volume brings together contributions to the international two-day conference, which was organised by Stefania Ermidoro and Cecilia Riva, with the support of the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere e Arti and Scuola Dottorale in Storia delle Arti of Ca’ Foscari University. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the essays collected in this volume intend to expand and cross-relate new, unpublished materials about Layard and his activities, achievements, and long-term legacy in nineteenth-century London and Venice. Particular attention is placed upon Layard’s contribution to art, archaeology, politics, and diplomacy.
Indice del volume
Andrew R. George, Layard of Nineveh and the Tablets of Nineveh;
Silvia Alaura, Austen Henry Layard and Archibald Henry Sayce: an Anatolian Perspective;
John Curtis, Layard’s Relationship with F.C. Cooper and His Other Artists;
Georgina Herrmann, Austen Henry Layard, Nimrud and His Ivories;
Stefsnia Ermidoro, A Family Treasure: the Layard Collection at Newcastle University
Henrike Rost, New Perspectives on a Supranational Elite in Venice: Lady Layard’s Musical Activities and Her Autograph Book (1881-1912);
Jonathan P. Parry, Henry Layard and the British Parliament: Outsider and Expert;
Maria Stella Florio, Rawdon Brown and Henry Layard in Venice;
Frederick Mario Fales, Layard, Saleh, and Miner Kellogg: Three Worlds in a Single Painting;
Cecilia Riva, Austen Henry Layard and His Unruly Passion for Art.
- Collana: Varie - Atti Convegni
- Pagine: 228
- Formato: 15,7x24 cm.
- Lingua: English
- Anno di pubblicazione: 2020
- Editore: IVSLA
- ISBN: 9788892990005