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Relics of Roman Identity: Re-Collecting the Lost Palazzo del Bufalo, Rome (c. 1450-1600) | Canadian Institute for Mediterranean Studies

Data:

09/02/2023


Relics of Roman Identity: Re-Collecting the Lost Palazzo del Bufalo, Rome (c. 1450-1600) | Canadian Institute for Mediterranean Studies

Relics of Roman Identity
Re-Collecting the Lost Palazzo del Bufalo, Rome (c. 1450-1600)

Webinar

Matthew Coleman
PhD Candidate
University of Toronto (Art History)

Thursday, February 9 | 7:00PM EST

ZOOM Webinar | Free Event

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The antiquities collection of the del Bufalo family was one of the largest and most influential in Rome, c. 1450-1600. Unfortunately, unlike richer contemporary collections (e.g., of the Medici or d’ Este), neither the Bufali artifacts nor their home exist today. This talk explores both the bookish and globetrotting methodologies used to reconstruct Renaissance antiquities collections which have been lost to time, in an effort to restore their extraordinary cultural legacies for future study.

Promotional partner: Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto. Presented by the Canadian Institute for Mediterranean Studies, co-sponsored by the University of Toronto Department of Italian Studies, the University of Toronto Department of Classics and the University of Toronto Department of Art History.

Informazioni

Data: Gio 9 Feb 2023

Orario: Alle 19:00

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

Online via ZOOM

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