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The ARTIS - Institute of Art History, part of the History Department of FLUL, offers training in Art History, Heritage and Restoration Theory throughout three Study Cycles. 

R&D Unit

The Institute was founded in 2009 as a new research unit of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon. It is funded by FCT since 2015.


ARTIS-IHA publishes two journals, both with double-blind peer review: ARTIS - Revista de História da Arte e Ciências do Património and ARTis ON (published online in open access), along with other publications.

AzLab#70 | Portuguese Tiles in the V&A Collection


Portuguese Tiles in the V&A Collection 
Still within the "world" of museums, our November destination is London. Serenella Sessini, a collection move officer at the Victoria & Albert, will guide through one of the world's most important museums, its tile collection and several items related to Portugal. Be sure to join us!
Registration via Google forms or by e-mail (
Once the session is scheduled, each participant will receive the link and a password.

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International Congress: "Le arti e gli artisti nella rete della diplomazia pontificia"


Organized by the Gregorian University of Rome, it will take place on October 15th and 16th.
With an intervention (via zoom) on the 15th of October by Teresa Vale, professor and researcher at ARTIS-IHA, entitled:
"L'interruzione dei diplomatic rapporti tra Portogallo e la Santa Sede in 1728: l'impatto sugli artisti e le opere in corso"
Register online until October 12, 2021 via the link

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until December 15th, 2021

New book by Franklin Pereira, international specialist, ARTIS - FLUL Researcher

"Guerra Junqueiro and the Artistic Leathers: The Lavradas Chairs and the Guadamecis of the Foundation and the House-Museum" by Franklin Pereira

Available for shipment until December 15th, 2021:
(the book is in Portuguese)

SUMMARY: A collection and a collector; The 16th-17th century "Mudejar nucleus"; From East to West: the great journey of aesthetics; The Porto Regiment of 1545; Chairs from the early 17th century: the Renaissance; Chairs from the second half of the 17th century: the Baroque; The Porto Regiment of 1622 and 1673; 18th century chairs; 19th and 20th century chairs; Chairs of the Guerra Junqueiro House-Museum.