Printing Colour 1700–1830 Conference
Printing Colour 1700-1830: Discoveries, Rediscoveries and Innovations in the Long Eighteenth Century
Conference: 10-11 April 2018 (Senate House, London)
Private views: 12 April 2018 (British Museum, Courtauld Institute of Art, Rob Dixon, Senate House Library, Roger Smith, St Bride Library, V&A, Wellcome Collection)
Keynotes: Margaret Morgan Graselli (National Gallery of Art) and Martin Andews (Reading)
Convenors: Elizabeth Savage (Institute of English Studies) and Ad Stijnman (Leiden University)
Following from Printing Colour 1400–1700, Printing Colour 1700–1830 will be the first interdisciplinary assessment of Western colour printmaking in the long eighteenth century. It will bring together researchers, curators, special collections librarians, printers, printmakers, cataloguers, conservators, art historians, book historians, digital humanities practitioners, scientists, and others who care for colour-printed material, seek to understand them, or use them in research. The discussion will encompass all media, techniques, and functions, from fashion to fine art, wallpaper to scientific communication. The programme includes two days of papers, posters, and object sessions, and private views of nine collections.
Additional details maybe found on the Printing Colour Project website.