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    Tradition and identity

    Tradition and identity in fin-de-siècle and early 20th century art

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    Publié le mercredi 04 avril 2001 par Natalie Petiteau

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    MAISON FRANÇAISE D'OXFORD, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Saturday 21-Sunday 22 April 2001 This two-day symposium is organized in conjunction with the new exhibition, Jules Flandrin (1871-1947): the Other Fin de Siècle, which opens at the Ashmolean Museu

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    MAISON FRANÇAISE D'OXFORD, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Saturday 21-Sunday
    22 April 2001

    This two-day symposium is organized in conjunction with the new exhibition, Jules Flandrin (1871-1947): the Other Fin de Siècle, which opens at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford on 17 April-24 June 2001.

    It explores the wider context for Flandrin's art, focusing in particular on the theme of tradition in fin-de-siècle and early 20th-century French art.

    The symposium is supported by the Centre National des Recherches Scientifiques, Paris, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, The Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford; and is generously sponsored by the French Embassy.

    Fee: £5.00 for the symposium (includes tea, coffee and vin
    d'honneur), or £9.00 with lunch on Saturday 21 April (booking is
    essential as places are limited). For further details and to book, please contact: Maison Française d'Oxford, Norham Road, Oxford, OX2
    6SE, tel:01865 274220; e-mail:maison@sable.ox.ac.uk


    PROGRAMME

    SATURDAY 21 APRIL 2001

    (Chair for day's session: Dr Juliet Simpson, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College and Exhibition Curator)

    9.30am - Registration and Welcome, Dr Jean-Claude Sergeant,
    Directeur, Maison Française

    10.00-10.30am - Introduction: Jules Flandrin et son contexte, Dr Juliet Simpson and Dr Georges Flandrin, Paris

    10.30-11.15am - Gustave Moreau et ses élèves, Mme Geneviève Lacambre,conservateur en chef, Musée d'Orsay and conservateur, Musée Gustave Moreau, Paris

    11.15-11.30am - Coffee

    11.30-12.15 am - Gustave Moreau and his Legacy: Tradition, Innovation and Eccentricity, Dr Peter Cooke, University of Manchester

    12.15-1.00pm - Odilon Redon: After Symbolism, Dr Richard Hobbs, University of Bristol

    1.00-2.30pm - LUNCH

    2.30-3.15pm - `Entre des souvenirs et des désirs': Jules Flandrin and the `Hommage', Dr Juliet Simpson

    3.15-4.00 - Towards a Counter-revolutionary culture: Action française and the Dilemmas of Tradition in the Belle Époque, Professor Neil McWilliam, University of Warwick

    4.00-4.30pm - Tea

    4.30-5.15pm - Cézanne and the Illusion of Classicism or Making Mardi `Gras', Dr Paul Smith, University of Bristol

    5.15 -6.00pm - Public Patronage and French Art in the Early 20th Century, Dr Jon Whiteley, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

    6.15pm - Vin d'honneur


    DINNER (Speakers and guests only)



    SUNDAY 22 APRIL

    (Chair for morning session: Dr MaryAnne Stevens, Royal Academy of
    Arts, London)

    10.00-10.15am - Coffee

    10.15-11.00am - Cubism and Tradition, Dr Neil Cox, University of Essex

    11.00-11.45am - Tradition and the Traditio: Scholastic Realism and the Avant-Garde, Dr Jane Lee, Kent Institute of Art and Design

    11.50-1.00pm - Table ronde: Tradition and Identity, Chair, Dr MaryAnne Stevens and Speakers

    1.00pm - LUNCH (Speakers only)

    2.30pm - Symposium closes

    Richard Hobbs
    R.Hobbs@bristol.ac.uk
    Department of French, University of Bristol
    19 Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1TE
    Fax 0117 928 8922

    Lieux

    • Oxford, Grande-Bretagne

    Dates

    • samedi 21 avril 2001

    Contacts

    • Richard Hobbs
      courriel : R [dot] Hobbs [at] bristol [dot] ac [dot] uk

    Source de l'information

    • DIX-NEUF@LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK ~
      courriel : DIX-NEUF [at] LISTSERV [dot] LIV [dot] AC [dot] UK

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    « Tradition and identity », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 04 avril 2001, http://calenda.org/186275