Diocletian’s Palace in the works of Adam, Clérisseau and Cassas, conference

Diocletian’s Palace in the works of Adam, Clérisseau and Cassas

International conference organized by Institute of Art History – Cvito Fisković Centre Split

Split Municipal Museum, November 27 – 29, 2014

Scientific Committee:

Joško Belamarić (Institute of Art History – Centre Cvito Fisković Split)
Milan Pelc (Institute of Art History Zagreb)
Pierre Pinon (ENSA de Paris-Belleville, École de Chaillot, Institut national d’Histoire de l’Art Paris)
John A. Pinto (Princeton University)
Ana Šverko (Institute of Art History – Centre Cvito Fisković Split)

Organizing Committee:

Joško Belamarić
Milan Pelc
Ana Šverko

Assistants:

Marina Horvat
Ivana Tadić

This conference is part of the three year project Dalmatia – A destination of the European Grand Tour in the 18th and the 19th century under the aegis of the Croatian Science Foundation. The conference is financed by the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sports and the City of Split.

Robert Adam, Ruins of the palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia (1764); Plate IV. View of the town of Spalatro from the south west
Robert Adam, Ruins of the palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia (1764); Plate IV. View of the town of Spalatro from the south west

Researchers from several countries responded to the invitation to explore the role of Diocletian’s Palace in the work of Robert Adam, Charles-Louis Clérisseau and Louis-François Cassas, as well as the influence of Diocletian’s Palace on the development of European Neoclassicism.
For more information about the conference, with its programme and the book of abstracts, please download the booklet (PDF format, 1.868 Kb).