Posts Tagged: Maarten Delbeke

Symposium ‘Architecture & Primitivism’, Friday 11 October

On Friday 11 October we welcome three experts in our field to Leiden, to shine their light on our research project. Part of the meeting will be open to the public, in the form of a symposium. For details, see

Symposium ‘Architecture & Primitivism’, Friday 11 October

On Friday 11 October we welcome three experts in our field to Leiden, to shine their light on our research project. Part of the meeting will be open to the public, in the form of a symposium. For details, see

Talking Vitruvius in Berlin

Last week Maarten and I attended a most interesting conference on Vitruvius, organized by Serafina Cuomo (Birkbeck college, London) and Marco Formisano (Universiteit Gent/Humboldt Universität Berlin). It brought together scholars from a range of different backgrounds and disciplines, which made for

Talking Vitruvius in Berlin

Last week Maarten and I attended a most interesting conference on Vitruvius, organized by Serafina Cuomo (Birkbeck college, London) and Marco Formisano (Universiteit Gent/Humboldt Universität Berlin). It brought together scholars from a range of different backgrounds and disciplines, which made for

The art of religion. Sforza Pallavicino and Art Theory in Bernini’s Rome (Ashgate, 2012)

My book The Art of Religion came out with Ashgate this August. It is the synthesis of my work on art theory in seventeenth-century Rome. The basis for the book is my dissertation of 2001, published in Dutch in the

The art of religion. Sforza Pallavicino and Art Theory in Bernini’s Rome (Ashgate, 2012)

My book The Art of Religion came out with Ashgate this August. It is the synthesis of my work on art theory in seventeenth-century Rome. The basis for the book is my dissertation of 2001, published in Dutch in the

About the project

The Quest for the Legitimacy of Architecture (1750-1850) is the VIDI programme awarded to Maarten Delbeke by the Dutch Science Foundation NWO. It is carried out at the Leiden University Center for the Arts in Society by a team of three researchers: project

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About the project

The Quest for the Legitimacy of Architecture (1750-1850) is the VIDI programme awarded to Maarten Delbeke by the Dutch Science Foundation NWO. It is carried out at the Leiden University Center for the Arts in Society by a team of three researchers: project

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