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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, 4th-7th July 2022

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.

4th July 2022 -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

11’10-12’50h Lecture session 1. Chaired by: Víctor Nieto Alcaide

Communications (11’10-12’30h):

C1.1.- Miquel Àngel Fumanal : Du verre au vitrail et à la sculpture en pierre : maître Jean de Tournai et son temps

C1.2.- Brigitte Kurmann-Schwarz: Ornament als Teil des Konzepts und der Bedeutung figürlicher Glasmalerei des Mittelalters 

C1.3.- Ikuko Oda: Das Oberurbacher Passionsfenster − Exempel für die Kooperation zwischen Malern und Glasern/Glasmalern? 

C1.4.- Sílvia Cañellas: Des projets de vitraux du XVIIIe siècle conservés à Barcelone.

Discussion (12’30-12’50h)

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)

17’00-18’40h Lecture session 2. Chaired by: Michael Hérold

Communications (17’00-18’20h):

C2.1.- 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)

C2.2.- 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

C2.3.- 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)

C2.4.- Jan Van Damme : Teodora De Hollanda et les projets de vitraux de la cathédrale de Granade

Discussion (18’20-18’40h)

18’40-20’00h Free time

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

5th July 2022 -BARCELONA- CERDANYOLA (Museu d’Art de Cerdanyola)

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

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

9’30-11’10h Lecture session 3. Chaired by:

Communications (9’30-10’50h):

C3.1.- Antoni Vila i Delclòs: Tiffany et Gaudí, à la recherche d’un langage prope, aussi, dans le vitrail: la trichromie

C3.2.- 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

C3.3.- Andrea Araos: Le vitrail au Chili

C3.4.- Auriane Gotrand: De l’esquisse au vitrail : Les processus de création dans l’atelier de Claudius Lavergne

Discussion (10’50-11’10h)

11’10-11’40h Tea / Coffee

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

Comunications (11’40-12’40h):

C4.1.- Christina Wais-Wolf:  Die jüngere Fensterausstattung des Linzer Mariendoms aus dem frühen 20. Jahrhundert. Ein landesgeschichtliches Denkmal ersten Ranges in Zeiten größten historischen Umbruchs 

 C4.2.- Valérie Sauterel, Camille Noverraz: Le mode de fonctionnement de l’atelier fribourgeois Kirsch et Fleckner durant les premières années du XXe siècle 

C4.3.- Reinhard Rampold:  Die Glasmalereifenster der Villa Buchroithner in Innsbruck. Ein Dokument für das bürgerliche Selbstverständnis des beginnenden 20. Jahrhunderts 

Discussion (12’40-13’00h)

13’00-15’00h Lunch. VISIT: Museum, stained glass windows Dames de Cerdanyola

15’00-16’00h Sessió 5 Chaired by:

Comunications (15’00-15’40h):

C5.1.- 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)

C5.2.- 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

Discussion (15’40-16’00h)

16,00h Back to Barcelona

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

6th July 2022 -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

9’30-11’10h Lecture session 6. Chaired by: Aletta Rambaut

Communications (9’30-10’50h):

C6.1.- Dobrosława Horzela: Paths to Reality: Remarks on the Glaziers’ Workshops Practice in Cracow, c. 1380–1440

 C6.2.- Anna Eavis: John Clopton’s windows at Long Melford

C6.3.- Pedro Redol Márcia Vilarigues: The church choir glazing fo Batalha, Portugal: commission, programme, function, authorship, models and work organization (1514-1531)

C6.4.- Liesbeth Langouche, Joost Caen: Masterpieces and pattern books of leaded panels: the Ulrix manuscript

Discussion (10’50-11’10h)

11’10-11’30h Tea / Coffee

11’30-12’30 h Visit: Cloisonné-glass Collections / Visit: Collections Stained Glass Windows

12’30h Bus

13’00-14’30 LUNCH: Museu del Disseny de Barcelona

14’30-15’00h Museu del Disseny de Barcelona: Welcome Dra. Pilar Vélez (Director)

15’00-15’20h Communication Núria Gil: Collaborators designers of the glassmaker Antoni Rigalt: the cases of the architect August Font i Carreras and the painter Apel·les Mestres.

15’20-18’30h Collection and Inventories Digitalisation.

Chaired by: Stefan Trümpler.

Speakers: Sarah Pittroff-Zelazny, Sarah Amsler.

15’35-15’55h Introduction

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

16’15-18’30h Discussion of Inventories and Digitalization.

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.

7th July 2022 -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.

10’45-12’05h Lecture session 7. Chaired by: Pedro Redol

Communications (10’45-11’45):

7.1.- Joanna Utzig: Ancient remedies for the new ideas. Possible sources of the Cistercian stained glass technique and style

7.2.- Renée K. Burnam, Americo CoralliniValeria Bertuzzi, Susanna Bracci, Giovanni Bartolozzi: Fourteenth-Century Stained-Glass Production for the Transept Chapels of Santa Croce in Florence, Italy: Collaboration and Workshop Practice

7.3.- Clara Beltran, Jordi Bonet, Núria Gil: The Wagnerian windows in the Círculo del Liceo of Barcelona: a unique scenography made of glass

Discussion (11’45-12’05h)

12’10-13’15h Lecture session 8. Chaired by: Sarah Brown. Communications (Fòrum + Colloquium in Josep Irla Room)

C8.1.- 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

 C8.2.- Anna Santolària: The White-Washed Table and the Medieval Windows of Girona Cathedral

Discussion (12’50-13’15h)

13’15-14’30h Lunch. Claustre del Monestir de Sant Pau de Galligants, c7 Santa Llúcia, 8 (Girona).12’55-13’10h Discussion

14’30-17’30h 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)

 

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.