PROGRAM:

The 30th International Colloquium of the Corpus Vitrearum

– CV Catalunya – Institut d’Estudis Catalans –

The concept and fabrication of Stained Glass from the middle age to Art Nouveau

BARCELONA, 6th-9th (10th) July 2020

Program:

The colloquium program will be provided in a digital format only and no printed final program will be available on site. You can browse the sessions using the online program below.

Monday 6th July 2020 -BARCELONA-IEC

From 08’30h Registration at Institut d’Estudis Catalans (IEC), 47 Carme st., Barcelona

9’00h.- Welcome and Conference Opening of Colloque

9’45h.- Reports of the National Committees of the Corpus Vitrearum

10’45h.- Tea / Coffee

11’10.-12’30h Lecture session 1. Chaired by: Víctor Nieto Alcaide Communications

Miquel Àngel Fumanal Du verre au vitrail et à la sculpture en pierre : maître Jean de Tournai et son temps
Brigitte Kurmann-Schwarz Ornament als Teil des Konzepts und der Bedeutung figürlicher Glasmalerei des Mittelalters
Isabelle Lecocq Les artistes polyvalents et le vitrail monumental dans les anciens Pays-Bas pendant la première moitié du XVI siècle: l’ exemple de Pieter Coeck et de Bernard Van Orley
Ikuko Oda Das Oberurbacher Passionsfenster − Exempel für die Kooperation zwischen Malern und Glasern/Glasmalern?

12’30-12’50h Discussion

12’50-13’10h “The churches in the center of Barcelona (the visit information)”

13’10-14’40h Lunch break

14’40-16’30h Church of Santa Maria del Mar (Visit)

17’00-18’10h Lecture session 2. Chaired by: Michael Hédold

Communications

Jan Van Damme Teodora De Hollanda et les projets de vitraux de la cathédrale de Granade.
Sílvia Cañellas Des projets de vitraux du XVIIIe siècle conservés à Barcelone.
Daniel Parello Zu einer Gruppe von Scheibenrissen Hans Baldung Griens aus der Sammlung Sebald Bühelers  (a group of vidimus drawings by Hans Baldung Grien from the Sebald Büheler Collection)
Auriane Gotrand De l’esquisse au vitrail : Les processus de création dans l’atelier de Claudius Lavergne

18’10-18’40h     Discussion

18’30-20’00h    OPTIONAL VISITS: Santa Maria del Pi, Sants Just i Pastor…

20’00h VISIT: Barcelona Cathedral. Reception Barcelona bishopric in the Cathedral terraces. Skyline of medieval Barcelona.

Tuesday 7th July 2020 -BARCELONA- CERDANYOLA

(Museu de Cerdanyola)

8’15h  Plaça de Catalunya, 21 departure to Cerdanyola (bus)

9’00h Museu d’Art de Cerdanyola. Welcome: Dr. Txema Romero, Director

9’30-10’50h Lecture session 3. Chaired by: Hartmut Sholz

Communications

Cornelia Aman

Maria Deiters

Kommunikation der Gattungen: Zur Stellung der Glasmalerei im Gesamtensemble des Naumburger Westchors (Communication of genres: Regarding the status of stained glass in the Gesamtensemble of the Naumburg West Choir)
Jonás Armas Núñez  Entre l’historicisme et l’art nouveau, le début du vitrail aux Îles Canaries. Le renouvellement  architectonique, les techniciens diplômés et l’acceptation des esthétiques étrangères
 Andrea Araos Le vitrail au Chili
 Grzegorz Eliasiewicz, 

Tomasz Szybisty

Muttergottes von Ostra Brama“ im Krakauer Dom – Vorbilder und Kontexte (The Stained Glass Our Lady of Ostra Brama by Józef Mehoffer: patterns and contexts & quo)

10’50-11’10h Discussion

11’10-11’40h Tea / Coffee. VISIT: Museum, stained glass windows Dames de Cerdanyola

11’40-13’00 h Lecture session 4. Chaired by: Günter Buchinger

Comunications

Christina Wais-Wolf Die jüngere Fensterausstattung des Linzer Mariendoms aus dem frühen 20. Jahrhundert. Ein landesgeschichtliches Denkmal ersten Ranges in Zeiten größten historischen Umbruchs
Valérie Sauterel

Camille Noverraz

Le mode de fonctionnement de l’atelier fribourgeois Kirsch et Fleckner durant les premières années du XXe siècle
 Reinhard Rampold  Die Glasmalereifenster der Villa Buchroithner in Innsbruck. Ein Dokument für das bürgerliche Selbstverständnis des beginnenden 20. Jahrhunderts
 Antoni Vila Delclòs Tiffany et Gaudí, à la recherche d’un langage prope, aussi, dans le vitrail: la trichromie

13’00-13’20h Discussion

13’20h Lunch. VISIT: Museum, stained glass windows Dames de Cerdanyola

16,00h      Back to Barcelona

18-19,30h OBTIONAL VISIT: Basilica Sagrada Família (3/4 groups)

Wednesday 8th July 2020 -BARCELONA-

(Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya / Museu del Disseny de Barcelona)

8’30 Plaça de Catalunya, 21 departure to Montjuïc (MNAC) by bus

9’00h Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. Welcome:  Dr. Pepe Serra, Director

9’30-11’00h Lecture session 5. Chaired by: Aletta Rambaut

Communications

Dobrosława Horzela Paths to Reality: Remarks on the Glaziers’ Workshops Practice in Cracow, c. 1380–1440
Anna Eavis

 

John Clopton’s windows at Long Melford
Pedro Redol 

Márcia Vilarigues

The church choir glazing fo Batalha, Portugal: commission, programme, function, authorship, models and work organization (1514-1531)
Wojciech Bałus  Artist, Glass Painters, Craftsmen, and a dispute about their place in designing and executing stained glass at the beginning of the twentieth century

11’00-11’30h Discussion

11’30-12’00h Tea / Coffee

12’00-13’30 h Visit: Cloisonné-glass Collections / Visit: Collections Stained Glass Windows

13’30h Bus

14’00-15’00 LUNCH: Museu del Disseny de Barcelona

15’00 – 15’15h Museu del Disseny de Barcelona: Welcome Dra. Pilar Vélez   (Director)

15’15- 15’35h Communication: Colaboraters dessingers of the glassmaker Antoni Rigalt: the cases of the architect August Font i Carreras and the painter Apel·les Mestres.  Núria Gil

15’35-18’30h Collection and Inventories Digitalisation.

15’35-15’55h Introduction

15’55-16’15h International networking of our digital picture repositories and Database digitalization. Works of National Committees.

16’55-18’30h Discussion of Inventories and Digitalization.

Chaired by: Stefan Trümpler.

Speakers: Sarah Pittroff-Zelazny, Sarah Amsler.

Conclusions.

18’30-19’00h Tea / Coffee

19’00-20’00h Plenary session -Only International CV-

All afternoon: VISIT Museu del Disseny de Barcelona (3/4 groups); fons Rigalt and museum stained-glass exhibition.

Thursday 9th July 2020 -GIRONA- COLLOQUIUM + FORUM

COL·LOQUIUM                                                          

8’00 h: Plaça Catalunya 21, Barcelona. Departure to Girona (by bus)

9,30-10’00h Welcome: Josep Irla auditorium

10’00-10’45h Coffee-Break (Casa de Cultura). Visit: Fita Foundation. Casa de Cultura 2th floor.

10’45-11’45 Lecture session 6. Chaired by: Pedro Redol

Communications

Joanna Utzig Ancient remedies for the new ideas. Possible sources of the Cistercian stained glass technique and style
 Renée K. Burnam, Americo Corallini

Valeria Bertuzzi, Susanna Bracci,

Giovanni Bartolozzi

 

Fourteenth-Century Stained-Glass Production for the Transept Chapels of Santa Croce in Florence, Italy: Collaboration and Workshop Practice

Clara Beltran

Jordi Bonet

Núria Gil

 

The Wagnerian windows in the Círculo del Liceo of Barcelona: a unique scenography made of glass

 

11’45-12’05h Discussion

12’05-12’45h Communications (Fòrum + Colloquium in Josep Irla Room): About the Medieval Tables:

Stefan Trümpler Glazier’s tables, preparatory drawings, cartoons. Observations and reflections on the creation of stained glass in the late Middle Ages and the early modern period
Anna Santolària The White-Washed Table and the Medieval Windows of Girona Cathedral

12’45-13’05h Discussion

13’05-14’15h Lunch

14’15-17’30h Tour: Visit the Cathedral and the Art Museum – White-Washed Tables of Girona –

Optional: Sant Feliu Church, Casa Masó (inscriptions).

17’30h Garden of Art Museum

18’00h Return to Barcelona

21’00h The Official Dinner Colloquium and Forum attendees. Restaurant Flô (c/ Junqueres 10, Barcelona)

Friday 10th July 2020

For the Internacional Colloquium

Barcelona offers the possibility to do a lot of optional visits. We will try to facilitate these out of the program: Casa Milà / Casa Batlló / Casa Amatller / Casa Lleó Morera / Palau de la Música Catalana / Museu del Modernisme / Monestir de Pedralbes /…

You can also visit Reus and other towns or places with interesting stained Glass Windows: Santes Creus, Tarragona,…

If you need some help with it, you can contact us.

Attention; all sessions and schedules are subject to change.