London and the Emergence of a European Art Market (c.1780–1820)

London and the Emergence of a European Art Market (c.1780–1820)

Day Two

Date and time

Saturday 22 June 2013, 10am–5.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre

Tickets

Buy tickets for Day Two: £40/£30 concessions (£10 students with valid student ID)

Buy tickets for both days: £65/£40 concessions (£20 students with valid student ID)

Day Two: Programme

10am   
Registration

10.30am 

Welcome and introduction
Thomas W. Gaehtgens, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

Session 3: Information

Moderator: Filip Vermeylen, Erasmus University, Rotterdam

10.35am

William Buchanan’s 'Memoirs of Painting' (1824) and his observations on the art trade during the Napoleonic period
David Ekserdjian, University of Leicester

11.00am

British buying patterns at auction sales, 1780–1800: did the influx of European art have an impact on the British public's preferences?
Bénédicte Miyamoto, Université Paris Sorbonne-Nouvelle

11.25am

 Break with refreshments

11.45am

‘Noising things abroad’: sales catalogues and the construction of value in the early 19th-century art market
Steven Adams, University of Hertfordshire

12.10pm

Marketing and selling the collection of Welbore Ellis Agar in 1806
Rebecca Lyons, Christie's Education, London / University of Glasgow

12.35pm

Discussion

1.00pm

End of Session 3 and lunch break (lunch is not provided)

Session 4: Artworks

Moderator: Susanna Avery-Quash, The National Gallery, London

2.00pm

The export of works of art from Italy to the United Kingdom (1792-1820)
Guido Guerzoni, Università Luigi Bocconi, Milan

2.25pm

The Getty Provenance Index® under examination: the taste for 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting in London (1780–1820)
Peter Carpreau, M – Museum Leuven

2.50pm

London around 1800: an international art trade or a globalised art market?
Olivier Bonfait, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon

3.15pm

Discussion

3.45pm

Break with refreshments

4.15pm

Roundtable panel discussion
Moderator: Nicholas Penny, The National Gallery, London
Participants: Thomas W. Gaehtgens, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Guido Guerzoni, Università Luigi Bocconi, Milan
Patrick Michel, Université Lille 3
Michael North, Universität Greifswald

5.15pm

End of Session 4 and close

Please note that there will be refreshment breaks, however lunch is not provided for delegates.

Organised by the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, and the National Gallery, London

The Getty Research Institute

Image above: detail from Flemish, Cognoscenti in a Room hung with Pictures, about 1620

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