Graduate Seminar Series: The Printed Image - 26 January-16 March, Cambridge

Convenor: Galina Mardilovich
26th January: Antony Griffiths, The British Museum, London: 'Some Approaches toward the History of Print'
2nd February: Martin Barnes, Victoria and Albert Museum, London: 'Catching Shadows: Curating "Camera-Less" Photography at the V&A'
9th February: Dr Christine Guth, Royal College of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum, London: 'The Conception and Reception of Hokusai's "Great Wave" in Nineteenth-Century Japan'
16th February: Professor Stephen Bann, Emeritus Professor, University of Bristol: '"Sous les yeux de ma pens&eacutee": Nadar's Visual Recollections of the Early Nineteenth Century'
23rd February: Dr Alison McQueen, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario:'Prints, Democracy and the cult of Rembrandt in Nineteenth-Century France'
2nd March: Speaker to be confirmed.
9th March: Dr Meredith Hale, University of Cambridge:'The Glorious Revolution on Paper: Political Satire in the Late Seventeenth Century
16th March: Dr Sheila McTighe, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London:'Court and Print in the Seventeenth Century: Callot's and Della Bella's Mirrors for Princes, or Etching in the Service of Royal Education'
Every Wednesday at 5pm in the History of Art Graduate Centre, 4a Trumpington Street.
Lectures are free and open to the public. Please download a poster via the link below.