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The 36th Annual Florence Graduate Symposium

December 2, 2022 at 3:30am6:30am EST

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Syracuse University Florence presents at the Villa Rossa on Friday, December 2 at 9:30am CET (3:30am EST) The 36th annual Graduate Symposium in Italian Renaissance Art, where our students will present the following papers:

Lindsey G. Hewitt, Incarcerated Art: Andrea di Cione’s Expulsion of the Duke of Athens at the Florentine Stinche

Hannah Mathews, Celebrating Evangelism and Earthly Power in a Clarissan Convent:  Paolo Veneziano’s Santa Chiara Polyptych 

Tim Grogan, Alberti in Stone and Stucco: Traces of the De re aedificatoria at Giuliano da Sangallo’s Palazzo Scala in Florence

Noah Stevens-Stein, Portraiture between Power and Prophecy: Parmigianino’s Allegory of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V

Katherine Rabogliatti, Immortalizing Encryption in Sofonisba Anguissola’s Boston Self-Portrait (ca. 1556)

Dave Johnson, The Portrait of “Bencino Brugniolaio and diverse things”: Genre-blending in Giovanna Garzoni’s Old Man from Artimino for a Medici Prince

Hannah G. Ward, “Leonardo Pittore Razzista”: How Italy’s Fascist Government Appropriated Leonardo da Vinci as an Icon for Racial Propaganda in La Difesa della Razza


This event was published on November 9, 2022.

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