At the Renaissance society of America meeting in Dublin, Ireland on 2 April, 2022, Kathleen Christian and Cammy Brothers co-chaired a double-session on the topic of “The Antiquarian Drawing as a Site of Creative Invention.” The event marks one of the initiatives of the current Census research project.
There was a lively audience in attendance to hear the presentations by five excellent speakers:
The Antiquities of Southern Italy in Renaissance Drawings, Fulvio Lenzo, Università IUAV di Venezia
The Antiquities of Verona: Between Interpretation and Imagination, Francesco Marcorin, CISA Andrea Palladio — Vicenza
Antiquarian Drawings and Creative Invention in Baldassarre Peruzzi’s Activity at the Roman Forum, Prof. Giulia Ceriani Sebregondi, Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”
Anonymous Drawings and the Anonymised Drawing: Exploring Values and Functions in Studies after the Antique, Catherine Whistler, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology and Angelmaria Aceto, Oxford University
Creative Interpretation in Early Antiquarian Drawings of Greek Architecture, Matthew Walker, Queen Mary University of London, London