Programme

Friday, 14 June 2019
University of Vienna 

SR 1, Department of Art History

Spitalgasse 2, Campus Courtyard 9, 1090 Vienna

 

 

14.30 Welcome & Coffee

 

15.00 Introduction

15.30 Camilla Parisi (Pisa) Filippo della Valle (1698-1768). A New Awareness and Perception of Materiality towards Modernity

16.00 Amalie Skovmøller (Copenhagen) Thorvaldsen and the White Marble

16.30 Anna Frasca-Rath (Vienna) Synesthetic Perception of Neo-Classical Sculpture

 

17.00 Coffee break

 

18.00 Welcome by the Dean of the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies, Sebastian Schütze
Evening lecture: Malcolm Baker (Riverside/London) Marble and Representation

 

Saturday, 15 June 2019

University of Vienna 

SR 1, Department of Art History

Spitalgasse 2, Campus Courtyard 9, 1090 Vienna

 

9.00 Monika Wagner (Hamburg) Lebendiger Stein. Zur Bewertung von farbigem und gefärbtem Marmor

9.30 Cigdem Özel (Vienna) Mineralogisch-künstlerische Inszenierung im Königreich Neapel-Sizilien. Ein Tafelaufsatz mit den Tempeln von Paestum

10.00 Gerhard Lehrberger (Munich) Polychrome Marmore aus dem barocken Bayreuth

 

10.30 Coffee break

 

11.00 Greg Sullivan (London) Two Sculptor-Geologists and the Perception of Marble in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Francis Chantrey and William Brindley

11.30 Marthe Kretzschmar (Vienna) "Montagnes primitives" - Falconet's Pliny Commentary in the Context of 18th Century Geological Theories

12.00 Margareta Sonnenwald (Vienna) Marmor und die Bearbeitung des Marmors in Quellenschriften des 18. Jahrhunderts

 

12.30 Discussion

 

13.00 Lunch break

 

Natural History Museum Vienna

Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
(speakers only)

 

15.00 Richard Kurdiovsky (Vienna) Zwischen Baulogistik, Materialsemantik und Lieferbedingungen: das Steinmaterial der Wiener Hofmuseen
15.20 Ludovic Ferrière (Vienna) Führung durch die Gesteinssammlung

 

17.00 End