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"Obra de Talha e Entalhadores"
"Obra de Talha e Entalhadores"

Visit programme to the church of the Monastary of Rendufe, Amares, with two lectures: one on altarpieces and artists that worked at the monastery; the other on the art of pulpits in the Benedictine congregation and the charism of the homilies of the time. There will be a moment for some Baroque music.

November 23, 2019 | 14h30 | Monastery of Rendufe, Amares


Book Launch "Remains of Dark Days: The architectural Heritage of Oratorian Missionary Churches in Sri Lanka"
Book Launch "Remains of Dark Days: The architectural Heritage of Oratorian Missionary Churches in Sri Lanka"
With the first Portuguese contacts with Sri Lanka in the early sixteenth century, Catholic missionaries came in their quest to convert local populations. 
 
The loss of the island to the Dutch in the mid-seventeenth century began a black period for Sinhalese Catholics, hard-hounded and left to their fate. At the end of the seventeenth century, Father José Vaz, from the Oratory Congregation of Saint Philip Néri, made his way to Sri Lanka and took on the mission of spiritually assisting the Catholic communities of the island, founding countless missions and churches, supported by others oratorian Goan.

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MODERN AGE CROSS-BORDER WALL PAINTINGS CELEBRATED IN SALAMANCA
MODERN AGE CROSS-BORDER WALL PAINTINGS CELEBRATED IN SALAMANCA

 

Los días 14 y 15 de noviembre se celebrarán unas Jornadas técnicas sobre pinturas murales transfronterizas de la Edad Moderna en Castilla y León y la zona Norte de Portugal, en la Facultad de Geografía e Historia de la Universidad de Salamanca.

 

Conferences by Vítor Serrão and by Joaquim Inácio Caetano


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Conference by Michael Fried on Manet
Conference by Michael Fried on Manet

The School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon launches a cycle of major international conferences, in november, the Lisbon Lectures in the Humanities (LLH).

 

LLH's first speaker will be Michael Fried, Emeritus Professor of Art History at Johns Hopkins University (US), former director of its Humanities Center, and one of the world's leading critics and art historians.
Michael Fried's conference will take place on November 6 at 6 pm at FLUL Amphitheater I and will address two of Manet's most striking and enigmatic works - "The Lunch at the Studio" and "The Balcony" - making known an argument that will be part of his forthcoming new book about French painters.

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