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Greek Art / Roman Eyes : the reception of Greek art in the private sphere in ancient Italy

Author: Francesco De AngelisLuca CerchiaiGirolamo F De SimoneElizabeth FentressMark D FullertonAll authors
Edition/Format:   DVD video   Archival Material : English
Publication:Getty Villa event recordings, 2006-
Database:WorldCat
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This two-day symposium, presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture around the Bay of Naples" on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from May 3 to October 4, 2009, addresses how Romans and other ancient peoples on the Italian peninsula collected, appreciated, emulated, and displayed the art and culture of Greece to diverse ends and the various ways ancient  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Events
Lectures
Symposia
Video recordings
DVDs
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Francesco De Angelis; Luca Cerchiai; Girolamo F De Simone; Elizabeth Fentress; Mark D Fullerton; Gian Luca Grassigli; Paola Guidobaldi; Maurizio Harari; Thomas Noble Howe; Christa Landwehr; Kenneth D S Lapatin; F Lissarrague; Carol C Mattusch; Angela Pontrandolfo Greco; A Rouveret; Stephan Steingräber; Christiane Vorster; Andrew Wallace-Hadrill; J. Paul Getty Museum. Villa Program Coordination.
OCLC Number: 465449009
Notes: Title and content summaries derived from disc label and accompanying textual material.
Note that the keynote address, The Roman home transformed: Greek art and Roman luxury, which preceded the symposium (June 4, 2009), was delivered at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art rather than at the Getty Villa, and is not included in this set of recordings.
Recordings include discussions between the participants and the audience, following each session.
Copyright: J. Paul Getty Trust.
Event notes: Recorded June 5-6, 2009 at the Getty Villa Auditorium.
Description: 5 videodiscs of 5 (DVD) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + event program and booklet of abstracts and biographies.
Contents: Welcome / Kenneth Lapatin. Session One: Greeks and Etruscans / moderated by François Lissarrague --
lecture 1. Banquets, games, parades, or something else? Ideology, commissions, and cultural interaction in Etruscan Regiae / Luca Cerchiai --
lecture 2. Greek drinking in ancient Etruria: practice and images / Maurizio Harari --
lecture 3. Loving children and the power of women: Greek myths on Etruscan Mirrors / Francesco de Angelis --
lecture 4. Lost in translation? Greek myths in Etruscan painting in the Classical Period / Agnès Rouveret . Session Two: Encounters between Greeks and Italians / moderated by Carol C. Mattusch --
lecture 1. The adaptation and use of Macedonian palatial and sepulchral models in Pre-Roman Italy (IV - II centuries B.C.): Sicily - Apulia - Campania - Etruria / Stephan Steingräber --
lecture 2. The use of friezes as decoration in Italian Hellenistic houses / Angela Pontrandolfo --
lecture 3. Greek sculpture in the eyes of Roman Connoisseurs / Christa Landwehr . Session Three: Greece and the Roman villa / moderated by Kenneth Lapatin --
lecture 1. Dining with Trimalchio: it's not just about food / Carol C. Mattusch --
lecture 2. Thinking Eros in Roman houses and villas: the Roman shape of Greek myths / Gian Luca Grassigli --
lecture 3. Archaism and Classicism in the Roman villa: the case of the Herculaneum Athena / Mark D. Fullerton --
lecture 4. The influence of the Roman Villeggiatura on Greek art / Christiane Vorster. Session Four: New research in Roman villas / moderated by Andrew Wallace-Hadrill --
lecture 1. Recent restoration and excavation at the Villa dei Papiri / Maria Paola Guidobaldi --
lecture 2. Revealing ancient Stabiae: new excavations, new theories / Thomas Noble Howe --
lecture 3. Roman villas beyond the bay of Naples: the north slope of Vesuvius / Girolamo F. De Simone --
lecture 4. Crushing grapes at Villa Magna: production as spectacle in an imperial villa / Elizabeth Fentress --
Concluding remarks / François Lissarrague.
Responsibility: [symposium sponsored by the J. Paul Getty Museum].

Abstract:

This two-day symposium, presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture around the Bay of Naples" on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from May 3 to October 4, 2009, addresses how Romans and other ancient peoples on the Italian peninsula collected, appreciated, emulated, and displayed the art and culture of Greece to diverse ends and the various ways ancient Greek art was presented in houses and villas in Italy from as early as the eighth century B.C. to the height of the Roman Empire.

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