Objects, images and texts [electronic resource] : Pope, Roubiliac, and representations of authorship : Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, February 21-22, 2014.
- Additional Title(s):
Alexander Pope and the art of authorship
- New Haven, CT : Yale Center for British Art, 2014.
- Physical Description:
- 6 DVD (452 min.) : sound , color ; 4 3/4 in
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Recording of the panels and discussions for a two-day international conference, Objects, images and texts: Pope, Roubiliac, and representation of authorship, exploring the relationship between authorship and the visual arts in the eighteenth century, focusing on the poet Alexander Pope and the sculptor, Roubiliac to coincide with the exhibition, Fame and friendship: Pope, Roubiliac, and the portrait bust in eighteenth-century Britain.
- Subject Terms:
- Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744 -- Portraits.Roubiliac, Louis François, 1702-1762.
- [Panel 1 Not recorded]--Disc 1. Panel 2. Session chair: Gordon Turnbull; Jill Campbell, "Give me back my tears": monuments and feeling in the poetry of Pope [and] Greg Sullivan: Roubiliac's biographers and his place in histories of British sculpture.--Disc 2. Panel 3. Session chair, Matthew Hargraves; Nigel Wood: Pope and the reading public [and] Matthew Craske: Roubiliac and the business of making sculpture.--Disc 3. Panel 4. Session chair: David Bromwich; Janine Barchas: Counterfeit authority: frontispiece portraits of fictional authors and authors of fiction [and] James Raven: Images of authors within eighteenth-century libraries.--Disc 4. Discussion.--Disc 5. Panel 5. Session chair: Langdon Hammer; David Brewer: Hanging Pope in effigy; Richard Wendorf: Classicizing Alexander Pope [and] Malcolm Baker: Confronting Pope's portraits.--Disc 6. Discussion.