Conférence : Amanda Hilliam, « Rocks, Branches, Bones and Folds: Beyond the Surface of Early Modern Drapery », Rome/en ligne, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 26 mars 2024

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Juliette Brack, « Conférence : Amanda Hilliam, « Rocks, Branches, Bones and Folds: Beyond the Surface of Early Modern Drapery », Rome/en ligne, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 26 mars 2024 », Centre d’histoire de l’art de la Renaissance, ID : 10.58079/w168


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Drapery – characterised by its folds and by its relationship to the human body – emerged as a distinct visual element in the practice and theory of early modern art. As this seminar demonstrates, drapery was highly malleable both in its form and in its capacity to take on meaning in the visual realm, and was thus a particular representational challenge for the artist, as well as a site of expression and virtuosity. Reflecting on the significance of drapery in the early modern period and in t...

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