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On Tuesday morning 30 November 2016 researcher Rosalien van der Poel organised a special viewing of the collection of Chinese export paintings in the depot of Museum Volkenkunde in Leiden, just hours before her public PhD defense on the topic. We were with a group of 11 international experts, who had all travelled to Leiden to participate in the symposium on Chinese export paintings held at the museum the day before, and to be part of Van der Poel’s reading committee at her defense later in the afternoon. (more…)
Syposium: Chinese export paintings: studies and interpretations
Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2016, 13:00-17:30 hours
Venue: Museum Volkenkunde, Steenstraat 1, Leiden
You are most welcome to attend after registration: register @ sharedtaste.nl
Speakers from the museum world, art dealers, (art) historians, sinologists, anthropologists and other academics will come together in this interdisciplinary symposium, where the subject of Chinese export paintings will be viewed from varied angles and perspectives.
The symposium is is organized by Anne Gerritsen, Rosalien van der Poel and the Shared Taste project of Leiden University, and hosted by Museum Volkenkunde with generous support from the Hulsewé-Wazniewski Foundation at Leiden University.