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Congratulations #14: Pablo Schneider, ’Bild und Repräsentation. Charles Le Brun – premier peintre du Ludwigs XIV', in Ute Jung-Kaiser, Annette Simonis (eds.) Die verzaubernde Kunstwelt Ludwigs XIV. – Versailles als Gesamtkunstwerk, Hildesheim: Olms, 2015, 157-192.

Stiftung, Max Weber (18 août 2015)

Congratulations to Pablo Schneider on his latest publication (volume information available here). His chapter describes the work of painter and art theorist Charles Le Brun for Louis XIV. Charles Le Brun, 'Les reines de Perse aux pieds d'Alexandre dit aussi la tente de Darius', Public Domain, ...

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'Ghost Objects' - 19th century paper mould techniques and the portability of antiquities

Moss, Stuart (7 sept. 2016)

Blog Post - Anna McSweeney July 2016 Among the members of the Bilderfahrzeuge group, we have been thinking recently about  'immutable mobiles' and the object-oriented theories of Bruno Latour in relation to our work on image vehicles, the movement of images. In his essay 'Visualisation and ...

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Congratulations #20: Pablo Schneider (Ed.): Edgar Wind - Die Bildsprache Michelangelos

Moss, Stuart (12 déc. 2016)

Edgar Wind - Die Bildsprache Michelangelos (Berlin 2017) Pablo Schneider (Hrsg.)/(Ed.) Research Associate, Bilderfahrzeuge Project 1936 stellte der Kunsthistoriker und Philosoph Edgar Wind sein Manuskript zu Michelangelos Deckenfresken der Sixtinischen Kapelle fertig. Wind begriff den christlichen ...

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Renaissance Rhetoric as a Source of Questions about Art

Stiftung, Max Weber (21 janv. 2015)

Peter Mack (Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick) This is a very lightly edited text of a lecture given by Prof. Peter Mack to the Seminar for Art History in Basel on 10 December 2014 at the invitation of Prof. Dr Andreas Beyer. It includes material used in ...

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Lecture: Medusa's Hair. Images, Diseases and Terror in Post-Revolutionary France

Moss, Stuart (26 oct. 2016)

Dr Mechthild Fend Reader in History of Art Department of History of Art University College London London, 16 November 2016, 5:30 pm Admission free; please register for this event on our Eventbrite page here. Warburg Institute Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB Mechthild Fend, Reader in History of ...

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The Akkadian term ṣalmu: Some remarks on the concept of 'image' in Mesopotamia in the second and first millennia B.C.

Stiftung, Max Weber (28 juil. 2015)

Stele of Assurnasirpal II ( Reign: 883-859 B. C.). In: Layard, A. H., Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon; with travels in Armenia, Kurdistan and the desert, London 1853, p. 350. by Babette Schnitzlein A number of Akkadian written sources mention the term ṣalmu. Akkadian is a Semitic ...

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Lecture: "Prophetic Products: The Prophet Muhammad in Contemporary Iranian Visual Culture"

Tolstichin, Elena (17 nov. 2015)

Professor Christiane Gruber Department of the History of Art University of Michigan Admission free; pre-registration not required London, 18 November 2015, 5.00 pm Warburg Institute Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB

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Lecture: The Presence of Prehistoric Pictoriality

Moss, Stuart (8 mars 2016)

Professor Whitney Davis Department of Art History University of California, Berkeley London, 11 May 2016, 5:30 pm Admission free; pre-registration not required Warburg Institute Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB

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Lecture: ''In the custom of this country'': The Transmigration of Decorative Design in Manuscript Borders c. 1180-1250'

Stiftung, Max Weber (17 mars 2015)

Marginal image, Verdun MS 107, 14th century Dr Cynthia Johnston Institute of English Studies School of Advanced Study (University of London) London, 24 June 2015, 16:30 Warburg Institute Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB

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Meditations on Tafel #61-64: Part I

Johnson, Christopher (31 mars 2015)

Meditations on Tafel #61-64 in the Aby Warburg's Mnemosyne: Bilderatlas: Neptune as ancillary, “serving God.” Whom I now. “Virgil”. This post offers a background to some of the tensions which can be unpicked in Tafel #61-64, which will then be examined through the lens of individual ...

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