“Wood, Stone, Flesh
Netherlandish Sixteenth-Century Sculpture and its Social Resonance”
Barbara Baert (University of Leuven)
Franciszek Skibiński (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun)
Ethan Matt Kavaler (University of Toronto)
Tara Bissett (University of Toronto)
Elizabeth R. Mattison (University of Toronto)
Please find below details regarding Hilliard Goldfarb and his upcoming talk in Early Modern Art History at McGill University. Thursday, 13 October, Arts W-215, 16:00
Hilliard Goldfarb, Senior Curator of Collections and Curator of Old Masters at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
“Was Nicolas Poussin really an Atheist?: Faith, Archaeology and Classicism in Seventeenth-Century Rome”
Hilliard Goldfarb is Senior Curator of Collections and Curator of Old Masters at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. He has curated the exhibition Rembrandt Creates Rembrandt: Art and Ambition in Leiden, 1629–1631 at the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum in Boston (Sep. 2000 – Jan. 2001), and most recently Splendore a Venezia: Art and Music from the Renaissance to Baroque in Venice at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Oct. 2013 – Jan. 2014).
He is the author of numerous publications and exhibition catalogues, including: Toulouse-Lautrec illustrates the Belle Epoque (Yale UP for Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 2016), From the Hands of the Masters: A Private Collection (Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, 2013), Richelieu: Art and Power (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 2002), Titian and Rubens: Power, Politics, and Style (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1998), Botticelli’s Witness: Changing Style in a Changing Florence (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1997), A Humanist Vision: The Adolph Weil, Jr. Collection of Rembrandt Prints (Hood Museum of Art, 1988).
All interested faculty and graduate students are welcome.