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Romantic eye symposium [videorecording].

Additional Title(s):

Romantic eye 1760-1860 and beyond

New Haven : Yale Center for British Art, 2015.
Physical Description:
5 videodiscs (DVD) (484 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Reference Library
DVD 302
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, Keynote lecture for this symposium, "Attempting impossibilities": Hazlitt on Turner and Blake, delivered by T.J. Clark.
Recording of a two day international symposium, April 17-18, 2015 coinciding with a major collaborative exhibition organized by the Yale Center for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery, The Critique of reason: romantic art, 1760-1860. The symposium was held at the Robert L. McNeil, Jr. Lecture Hall, Yale University Art Gallery.
Subject Terms:
Romanticism -- England.
Romanticism -- France.
Romanticism in art.
Barringer, T. J., moderator.
Albinson, A. Cassandra, moderator.
Amstutz, Nina, moderator.
Foss, Colin, moderator.
Adams, Harry, moderator.
Clark, T. J. (Timothy J.). Attempting impossibilities: Hazlitt on Turner and Blake.
Yale Center for British Art.
Yale University. Art Gallery.

  • Disc [1] Opening remarks. Panel 1: British romanticism / Tim Barringer, Chair. Panelists: Paul Fry, Esther Chadwick, Terry Robinson.--Disc [2] Panel 2: French romanticism / A. Cassandra Albinson, Chair. Panelists: Valérie Bajou, Mikolaj Getka-Kenig, Tamar Mayer.--Disc [3] Panel 3: Romantic pictorial innovations / Nina Amstutz, Chair. Panelists: Allan Doyle, Izabel Gass, Richard Maxwell and Katie Trumpener.--Disc [4] Panel 4: Baudelaire and romanticism / Colin Foss, Chair. Panelists: Tobias Kämpf, Carol Armstrong.--Disc [5] Panel 5: Afterlives: modern art and the romantic tradition / Harry Adams, Chair. Panelists: AnneMarie Perl, Daniel Spaulding.