The IAS sponsored two sessions: “Caravaggio at Four Hundred and Beyond” and “‘I Primi Lumi’: Studies in Italian Renaissance Art in Memory of Andrew T. Ladis.” The Society also held its 2010 business meeting.
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Sessions Sponsored by the Italian Art Society
Session Title: “I Primi Lumi” : Studies in Italian Renaissance Art in Memory of Andrew T. Ladis
Water Tower, Bronze Level, West Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Friday, February 12, 2010, 6:30-9:00pm
Organizer and Chair: Diane Cole Ahl, Lafayette College
Elizabeth Bailey, Wesleyan College, "Sacred and Secular: The "Tabernacolo della Tromba" in Florence (1243-1905)"
George R. Bent, Washington and Lee University, "Rebellion, Reconciliation, and a Painting for the Florentine Wool Guild"
Michelle A. Erhardt, Christopher Newport University, "Preparing the Mind, Preparing the Soul: The Fusion of Franciscan Thought in the Sacristy Decoration of Santa Croce, Florence"
Jean K. Cadogan, Trinity College: , "Agnolo Gaddi and the Opera del Duomo in the Late Trecento"
Perri Lee Roberts, University of Miami, "Vasari’s Taddeo Gaddi"
Session Title: Caravaggio at Four Hundred and Beyond
Regency B., Gold Level, West Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Friday, February 12, 2010, 12:30–2:00pm
Organizer and Chair: Catherine R. Puglisi, Rutgers University
David M. Stone, University of Delaware, "Caravaggio, Early vs. Late: New Directions"
Keith Christiansen, Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Age of Caravaggio: Its Legacy after Twenty-Five Years"
Philip Sohm, University of Toronto, "Why Caravaggio?"