Art History Seminars

 


In 2000, the documentation department of KIK-IRPA started a series of seminars on art history. Each year, specialists from Belgium and abroad come together to discuss where research on a particular subject stands by encouraging the uttermost interchange between the participants.


In accordance to the Institute’s mission, these seminars see to it that an interdisciplinary approach is adopted. In other words, these encounters are, for the Documentation department, the opportunity to check the state of its photographic collections by finding, if necessary, different leads to best fill in the most important gaps with the help of the specialists involved.


 


 


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Questions d\'ornements (XVe - XVIIe siècle)
3. Arts du relief


February 16 and 17, 2012 - Seminar 13


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Interdisciplinary research on the late-Medieval sculptor Master of Elsloo in an international perspective.


October 20-21, 2011 - Seminar 12


 


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image002_43Léon Delaissé et l\'exposition La miniature flamande (1959): un demi-siècle de recherches sur la miniature "bourguignonne"


December 3, 2009 - Seminar 10


Program and eprints