Robert Wellington at the Renaissance Society of America Conference, Berlin.

Image: François Chauveau - 'King of Persia' 1662
Image: François Chauveau - 'King of Persia' 1662
Tuesday 2 September 2014
Robert Wellington will be attending the Renaissance Society of America’s annual meeting in Berlin next March to participate in an exciting panel Delimiting the Global in Renaissance and Early Modern Art History. His paper, Louis XIV’s Cabinet du Roi: Questioning the transcultural reception of early-modern prints, will be the first time Robert presents his latest research into the role of prints as ambassadorial gifts from the Court of Louis XIV at an international forum.
For more on the conference see the Renaissance Society of America website.
Image: François Chauveau - Louis XIV's brother, Philippe duc d'Orléans, dressed as the "King of Persia" during a Carousel at the Louvre, Paris, to celebrate the birth of the the King's son, the Dauphin, in 1662.  From: Courses de testes et de vague faittes par le roy et par les seigneurs de sa cour en l'année 1662 (Paris: L'Imprimerie Royale, 1670).

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