A study residence in St Petersburg: C. L. Clérisseau’s Dalmatian ouvre in the State Hermitage Museum

The investigative armature of the “Grand Tour” of our project consists of world museums in which the most important works of art stemming from the Dalmatian sojourns of European artists in the 18th and 19th centuries are kept.  The next station on our journey was the famed Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, which this year is celebrating the 250th anniversary of its existence – just like the book of Scottish architect Robert Adam devoted to Diocletian’s Palace (The Ruins of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia).

Read “A study residence in St Petersburg: C. L. Clérisseau’s Dalmatian ouvre in the State Hermitage Museum”

Sheila McNally and the excavations of Diocletian’s Palace (1968-75)

Dr Ivan Mirnik and dr Ante  Rendić-Miočević will give a lecture at 6.45 p.m. on November 28 in Split City Museum (Papalićeva 1). This lecture about extensive joint excavations carried out in Diocletian’s Palace between 1968 and 1975 is included in the programme of the conference Diocletian’s Palace in the works of Adam, Clérisseau and Cassas.

Read “Sheila McNally and the excavations of Diocletian’s Palace (1968-75)”

“The Most Glorious Place in the Universal World”: Rome in the Age of the Grand Tour, a lecture

Professor John A. Pinto will give a lecture at 6.30 p.m. on November 27 in Split City Museum (Papalićeva 1). This lecture is thematically related to this project, and it is included in the programme of the conference Diocletian’s Palace in the works of Adam, Clérisseau and Cassas.

Read ““The Most Glorious Place in the Universal World”: Rome in the Age of the Grand Tour, a lecture”

The Classical antiquity genre in 19th century Art, a lecture

Dr Irena Kraševac, member of the project team, will give a lecture at 6.30 p.m. on November 26 in the premises of the Studia Mediterranea Centre of the Split Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Poljana kraljice Jelene 3, Split). This will be the first in a series of lectures thematically related to this project, to be held in conjunction with the several-years-long programme of public lectures in the Cvito Fisković Centre of the Institute of Art History, Split.

Read “The Classical antiquity genre in 19th century Art, a lecture”