One of the most innovative Italian artists of the late 16th century, Federico Barocci (1533-1612) created exquisite paintings, drawings, and prints for popes, emperors, and other wealthy patrons. This symposium brings together leading international experts to explore Barocci’s life, work, and influence. It complements the ground-breaking exhibition and will present significant new scholarship.
Speakers include: Judith W. Mann, Curator of Early European Art to 1800 at the Saint Louis Art Museum; Babette Bohn, Professor of Art History at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas; and Carol Plazzotta, Myojin Curator of Italian Renaissance Painting 1500-1600 at the National Gallery, London. A keynote address will be delivered by David Ekserdjian, Professor of Art History, University of Leicester, England.
For registration, and for more info visit slam.org/barocci.
Ticket pricing & Information:
$50 General Public $30 Saint Louis Art Museum Members $30 Student (with current ID) Includes symposium, exhibition admission, boxed lunch, and refreshments
Saint Louis Art Museum
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