the Courtauld collections: Conservation and art historical analysis: Works from the Courtauld Gallery


Monday, 11 June 2012

12.30 - 14.00, Research Forum South Room

Thomas Gainsborough in green coat and grey wig
Studio of Thomas Gainsborough (1727 – 88), Copy after a self-portrait by Thomas Gainsborough, late 18th century. Oil on canvas. Samuel Courtauld Trust: Courtauld Gift, 1932 (P.1932.SC.100) © Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London




Speaker(s): Research Forum Research Associates: Stefanie Lenk, Cleo Nisse, Alysia Sawicka, Francesca Whitlum-Cooper

Ticket/entry details: Open only to The Courtauld Institute of Art's academic staff and postgraduate students. RSVP by 12noon, Wednesday 6 June 2012 to Researchforum@courtauld.ac.uk  if you plan to attend

Organised by: Professor Aviva Burnstock and Dr Caroline Campbell

This is the second of two presentations by this year's Research Associates appointed to the Courtauld Collections project. Four Research Associates, two studying art history, and two from the Department of Conservation and Technology, will present the results of their research on two paintings from The Courtauld Gallery which are undergoing conservation – (1) Studio of Thomas Gainsborough (1727 - 88), Copy after a self-portrait by Thomas Gainsborough, late 18th century oil on canvas. Samuel Courtauld Trust: Samuel Courtauld Gift, 1932 (P.1932.SC.100). (2) André Derain (1880 - 1954), Trees by a lake, le Parc de Carrieres-St-Denis, c. 1909, oil on canvas. Samuel Courtauld Trust: Fry Bequest; 1935 (P.1935.RF.91).S

an avenue through dense trees in greens and blues

André Derain (1880 – 1954), Trees by a Lake, le Parc de Carrières-St-Denis, around 1909. Oil on canvas. Samuel Courtauld Trust:  Fry Bequest, 1935 (P.1935.RF.91) © Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2003







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