IAAH/Artefact Annual Study Day 2012

The 2012 IAAH/Artefact Study Day was held on Saturday, 14 April at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

2012 Study Day Participants:

  • Sarah Maguire – Syphilis, Spots, Succour and Spirit: the bunter in Hogarth’s A Harlot’s Progress
  • Emma O’Toole– Sketching Modern Motherhood: The Drawings of Maria Spilsbury
  • Geraldine Canavan – Notions of old and the older woman
  • Holly Brennan – Beauty in the Streets: the legacy of the Atelier Populaire
  • Sean Dunne – Colour Commentary- Tracing Racial Formations from European Art to American Sport
  • Liza Foley – ‘Instruments of Inducement’ – Limerick Gloves and Gift Exchange in the Late Eighteenth-Century
  • Darragh O’Donoghue – ‘Naive’ or ‘Primitive’ portraiture in Irish art
  • Kalya Rose – The Art of Illumination in Ulster During the Victorian Period: Marcus Ward and Co., John Vinycomb, & the Celtic Revival
  • Rebecca Campion – Viewing the display: using visitor accounts to explore the lost art collections of the Earl Bishop (1780s-1820s)
  • Eimir O’Brien – Designing for God
  • Sarah Wilson – Themes of Death and Rebirth in Roman Funerary Art
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