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Printmaking in Italy and the “Flemish” Contribution (16th-17th Century)

In the framework of its annual cycle of manifestations on Italy and i Fiamminghi, the Academia Belgica organizes in collaboration with the Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome a summer school on Printmaking in Italy and the ‘Flemish’ contribution. Internationally renowned specialists will guide you in the world of print making, lecture on the relation between Venetian and Roman print businesses, and discuss specific topics related to Renaissance and Baroque prints. Among the programme teachers you will find Christopher Witcombe, author of Print Publishing in Sixteenth-Century Rome
(2008), Ann Diels, Rubens specialist and responsible of the New Holl- stein volumes on the Collaert family, Johannes Stradanus specialist Ales- sandra Baroni and Giovanna Sapori, author of Fiamminghi nel cantiere Italia 1560-1600 (2007).

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MA/PhD Students in History, Art History and related disciplines
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Deadline: 15 April 2015
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400 € : accomodation / visits / material (without accomodation: 100 €)

3 grants of 200 € awarded on the basis of the letter of motivation
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Teaching languages
English Italian

Prof. dr. W. Bracke (ULB/KBR/AB)
Prof. dr. A. Diels (VUB)
Prof. dr. H. Hendrix (KNIR)
Prof. dr. G. Sapori (Roma Tre)
Prof. dr. A. Baroni (University of Rochester) Prof. dr. C. Witcombe (Sweet Briar College) Istituto centrale per la grafica
Relevant research areas: Western Europe, Renassiance, Baroque, Engraving, Etching

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