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La caricature et la « déqualification » de l’art: le cas de Henry Bunbury (1750-1810) et de Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) This paper will be featuring in a volume of essays on visual satire that will be published in 2017 in a digital format. The project results from two conferences on satirical imagery that were held in Canada and France in 2014-15 (L’Histoire de… Read More ›

Making Britain Modern

Invited speaker for a conference celebrating the scholarship of Professor David H. Solkin and his outstanding contribution to the study of British art and which will be held at the Courtauld Institute of Art on July 2nd. Over the course of the day, Kay Dian Kriz, Meredith Gamer, Matthew Hargraves, Joseph Monteyne, John Chu, Richard… Read More ›

Rowlandson and After: Rethinking Graphic Satire

Invited speaker for a study day on British graphic satire that is being co-organised by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London and the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. The symposium also coincides with a new exhibition on the art of Thomas Rowlandson called High Spirits: The Comic Art of Thomas Rowlandson. For more information… Read More ›

British Art Workshop: 18th and 19th centuries

Organised in conjunction with the Faculty of Art History, University of Belgrade 30th June – 4th July 2014 http://www.f.bg.ac.rs/istorija_umetnosti Позивају се заинтересовани студенти свих година студија историје уметности са знањем енглеског језика да се пријаве за петодневну ваннаставну радионицу „Британска уметност (18-19.век)“ коју ће од 30.6. до 4.7.2014.на одељењу водити Кејт Гранджуан, историчарка уметности из… Read More ›

Cross-cutting Identities. William Hogarth: Painter, Print-Maker, Art Theorist

Faculty of Art History, University of Belgrade, Monday 28th April 2014 Abstract This major eighteenth-century British artist is a painter of multiple attachments and this lecture explores the interface between his simultaneous activities. Hogarth became famous as a portraitist and also as a satirist; he painted comedy and penned aesthetic theory. I approach these areas of artistic activity as mutually constitutive commercial projects and ask to what extent the fluid artistic identities that resulted… Read More ›

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kategrandjouan

Art historian of eighteenth century British art writing a book about depictions of the French in English graphic satire. Currently based in Tel Aviv and interested in art, satire, ethnicity and identity

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