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      From Creation to Collection: Making and Marketing Drawings in Nineteenth-Century France
      The Cleveland Museum of Art, virtual event
      Thursday, March 11, 2:00-5:00 PM and Friday, March 12, 2:00-4:00 PM
      Free; registration required
      https://www.clevelandart.org/events/virtual-events/creation-collection-making-and-marketing-drawings-nineteenth-century-france

       

      In anticipation of a major exhibition and publication focused on the Cleveland Museum of Art’s holdings of 19th-century French drawings in 2023, scholars present new research related to the materials, function, and collecting of drawings during this period. This is a two day event.

       

      Opening Remarks [2:00 – 2:10 PM]
      William Griswold, Director, Cleveland Museum of Art

       

      Britany Salsbury, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, Cleveland Museum of Art

       

      The Materials and Techniques of 19th-Century French Drawings I [2:30 – 3:30 PM]
      “Drawing without a Master”: Visual Memory Training and the Politics of Skilled Labor in Nineteenth-Century France
      Shana Cooperstein, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Art and Design, Community College of Philadelphia

       

      Learning to Draw Landscape
      Patricia Mainardi, Professor Emeritus, Doctoral Program in Art History, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York

       

      Delacroix’s Drawings for Prints on Tracing Paper and Wood
      Ashley Dunn, Assistant Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, Metropolitan Museum of Art

       

      Degas’s Alchemy
      Michelle Foa, Associate Professor of European Art, Tulane University

       

      The Materials and Techniques of 19th-Century French Drawings II [3:30 – 5:00 PM]
      Unintended Outcomes: Recognizing Change in Late 19th Century Drawings
      Harriet Stratis, Independent Research Conservator

       

      Material as Meaning: Time and Technique in Cézanne’s Drawings
      Samantha Friedman, Associate Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, The Museum of Modern Art and Laura Neufeld, Associate Paper Conservator, The David Booth Conservation Department, The Museum of Modern Art

       

      Negotiating Privacy and the Art Market: Thinking about the Public Exposure of Toulouse-Lautrec’s Private Drawings
      Alexandra Courtois de Vicose, Visiting Professor of Art History, Kenyon College

       

      Symbolist Drawing: The Lure of the Particulate
      Jay A. Clarke, Rothman Family Curator of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago

       

      Friday, March 12, 2021

       

      Opening Remarks [2:00 – 2:10 PM]
      Heather Lemonedes Brown, Virginia N. and Randall J. Barbato Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Cleveland Museum of Art

      Britany Salsbury, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, Cleveland Museum of Art

       

      Collecting 19th-Century French Drawings: Exhibitions, Institutions, and the Market [2:10 – 3:30 PM]
      The First Retrospective Exhibition of the Drawings of J.-A.-D. Ingres (1861)
      Andrew Carrington Shelton, Professor of History of Art, The Ohio State University

       

      Private Lines: Collecting and Displaying Studio Drawings in the École des Beaux-Arts in the 19th Century
      Anne-Cécile Moheng, Curatorial Fellow, Drawings Collection, Beaux-Arts de Paris

       

      Private Collecting for Public Institutions: 19th-Century French Drawings in Early 20th-Century Cleveland
      Britany Salsbury, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, Cleveland Museum of Art

       

      The Elusive Mr. Richard Owen: A Dealers Rise and Fall from Grace in the American Art Market
      Danielle Hampton Cullen, Research Assistant, European Paintings Department, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

       

      Discussion [3:30 – 4:00 PM]

       

       

       

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