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Art history after Françoise Henry : 50 years at UCD, 1965-2015

Author: Carla Briggs; Nicola Figgis; Lynda Mulvin; Paula Murphy; University College, Dublin. School of Art History and Cultural Policy, $eissuing body.
Publisher: Dublin : UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy ; Kinsale, Co Cork : Gandon Editions, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In October 1965 Dr Françoise Henry established Ireland?s first Department of art history at University College Dublin. This volume commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of that event. In the course of the last five decades the subject has evolved and this is manifest in the changing nature of the teaching and research interests of the staff in the Department that she founded. What is now the UCD School of Art  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Françoise Henry; Françoise Henry
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carla Briggs; Nicola Figgis; Lynda Mulvin; Paula Murphy; University College, Dublin. School of Art History and Cultural Policy, $eissuing body.
ISBN: 9781910140123 1910140120
OCLC Number: 964380150
Description: 208 pages : illustrations (some color), 1 map ; 25 cm
Contents: Editors' preface --
Introduction / Kathleen James-Chakraborty --
Metamorphoses: a history of art history at UCD / Carla Briggs --
An anti-pope's personal private prayer-book / Eileen Kane --
Arts of war in Renaissance Florence: strategies of aggrandisement and tactics of display celebrated in domestic decorations / John O'Grady --
'The kid stays in the picture': John, Judas and the Malchus episode in Caravaggio's Taking of Christ / Philip Cottrell --
Jacob Jordaens' Dublin Veneration reassessed / John Loughman --
Collectors and collecting: the classical tradition in Ireland / Lynda Mulvin --
'Sailing to Byzantium': Irish antiquarians and Sicily / Nicola Figgis --
Irish migration and the museum: histories of public history-making / Emily Mark-FitzGerald --
Native traditions and modern imperatives: Mexico and Ireland in the imagination of Ernie O'Malley / Róisín Kennedy --
Enter deux rondes: sculpture, ballet, museum / Paula Murphy --
Louis Kahn's Yale Center for British Art: an Irish perspective / Kathleen James-Chakraborty --
Newman House, St Stephen's Green, Dublin: the buildings and their early restoration, 1989 to 1990 / Alistair Rowan --
Newman House, St Stephen's Green, Dublin: the later works of restoration, 1991 to 1995 / Christine Casey --
The Beit paintings controversy and the boundary between public policy and private interests / Pat Cooke.
Responsibility: edited by Carla Briggs, Nicola Figgis, Lynda Mulvin, Paula Murphy.

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In October 1965 Dr Françoise Henry established Ireland?s first Department of art history at University College Dublin. This volume commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of that event. In the course of the last five decades the subject has evolved and this is manifest in the changing nature of the teaching and research interests of the staff in the Department that she founded. What is now the UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy remains Ireland?s largest and most wide-ranging community of art historians. What better way to celebrate five decades of teaching and research, than to showcase this variety in a series of essays by fourteen permanent members of staff, past and present.

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