Caravaggio and Caravaggism: UCD/ NGI Third-Level Study Day – Sat 4th March, 2017

The National Gallery of Ireland, in association with University College Dublin, presents a third-level academic study day designed to complement the exhibition Beyond Caravaggio. Pitched at third-level students of art history and related studies, but also open to the general public, this event will include lectures by the leading Caravaggio scholar Dr Helen Langdon, Adrian Le Harivel (National Gallery of Ireland), and Dr Philip Cottrell and Dr John Loughman (UCD School of Art History & Cultural Policy).

Programme

10:00 Welcome
10:10 Love and Rivalry; Cupid in Caravaggio’s Rome. Dr Helen Langdon, Art Historian, author & curator
11:00 Break
11:20 New Insights into Caravaggio’s World from Recent Research. Adrian Le Harivel, NGI
12:00 The Milk of Human Kindness: Representations of Roman Charity by Dirck van Baburen and his Netherlandish Contemporaries. Dr John Loughman, UCD
12:40 ‘The Denial of St Peter’ by the ‘Pensionante del Saraceni’. Dr Philip Cottrell, UCD
1:10 Discussion and Questions
1:30 Conclusion

The study day also relates to a UCD undergraduate course Caravaggio and Caravaggism (AH30050)

Details: Tickets cost €5/€3 for students (entry is free for students of the course in UCD) click here
Enquiries: education@ngi.ie | T: 01 663 3505