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JAYNIE LOUISE ANDERSON, FAHA, CIHA
CURRICULUM VITAE
Foundation Director of the Australian Institute of Art History, AIAH, The University
of Melbourne
Address
Arts West, Room 417, University of Melbourne, Parkville 3010
25 Park Drive, Parkville 3052. Tel + 61 (0)3 93472935
Mobile: + 61 (0) 417666613
1. DEGREES AWARDED
2. APPOINTMENTS
3. RESEARCH GRANTS, HONOURS AND AWARDS
4. PUBLICATIONS
5. EXHIBITIONS
6. FILMS
7. TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATION
8. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
9. CONVENOR OF CONFERENCES
10. GUEST LECTURES AND CONFERENCE PAPERS
11. RELATED ACTIVITIES
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1. DEGREES AWARDED
1972
Doctor of Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania
Thesis ‘The Imagery of Giorgione’
1962-65
Bachelor of Arts, First Class Honors in Art History and History,
University of Melbourne: Thesis, ‘Venetian Renaissance Portraiture’
Dwight Final Examination Prize in Art History
2. APPOINTMENTS
2012-2016
International Executive of Art History
Comité Internationale de l’Histoire de l’Art (CIHA)
2009
Foundation Director of the Australian Institute of Art History
2008-2012
President of the International Committee of the History of Art
Comité Internationale de l’Histoire de l’Art (CIHA)
1997-2014
Herald Chair of Fine Arts, The University of Melbourne
1997-2004
Head of the School of Fine Arts, Classical Studies and Cinema,
University of Melbourne
1975- 1996
Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, Lecturer in Art History at the
Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford
1969-74
First Woman Rhodes Fellow, the University of Oxford
Fellow of St Hugh’s College, Oxford
1966-1968
Margaret N Farley Scholarship to Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania
EDUCATION
St Michael’s Grammar School, St Kilda, and Melbourne Church of England Girls
Grammar School.
1962-65 University of Melbourne. Commonwealth Scholarship. B.A. (Hons 1),
History and Fine Arts. Exhibition (Dwight Final Examination Prize) in Fine Arts.
1966-72 Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania. PH. D: ‘The Imagery of Giorgione’.
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HONARARY APPOINTMENTS
From 2012, Editorial Board of journal devoted to nineteenth-century Italian Studies,
1800, Venice
From 2012-2016 Vice President of the International Committee of the History of Art,
CIHA
From 2008-2012, President of the International Committee of the History of Art,
CIHA
From 2009 to 2014, Executive committee of CIPSH, UNESCO, International Council
for Philosophy and the Human Sciences, (Conseil International de le Philosophie et
les Sciences Humaines)
From 2010 Board of the Journal of Art Historiography
From 1997 Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities
From 1997-2014 Director on the Board of the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University
of Melbourne
From 2003 Fellow of Queen’s College, The University of Melbourne
From 2008 Board of Malraux Studies
From 2003 – 2012 Board of Australian Book Review
From 1998 to 2007 Board of Art Exhibitions Australia
From 1992 to 2001, Advisory Board of Renaissance Studies. Journal of the Society
for Renaissance Studies, Oxford University Press
3. RESEARCH GRANTS, HONOURS AND AWARDS
2014 ARC LEIF 120100056: Design and Art Australia Online: Sustainable data
sharing for Australian researchers and collections
2012 ARC LEIF 120100056: Design and Art Australia Online: Sustainable data
sharing for Australian researchers and collections
2011 Helen MacPherson Smith grant of $150,000 for the AIAH
2009/10 - SIAF Grant from the University of Melbourne to develop the Australian
Institute of Art History, $150,000
2009 Gordon Darling Foundation: $15,000 publication grant for the Cambridge
Companion to Australian Art
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2009 Faculty of Arts, publication grant for the Cambridge Companion to Australian
Art, $4000
2008 Paul Mellon Visiting Senior Fellow at the National Gallery at Washington, 1
May to 30 June 2008, for the project: Renaissance Art and Risorgimento Politics:
Towards a Biography of Giovanni Morelli (1816-1891)
2008- 2009, Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Visiting Professor, Harvard Cetnre for
Renaissance Studies, Villa I Tatti, Visiting Professor.
2003-2005 ARC Discovery, DP0345326 Beyond the Madonna Painter: reasssessing
the life, works, and reception of Giovanni Bellini, 2003-2005, $282,967
2003 Paris: Inaugural Visiting Professor at INHA, Institut National de l’Histoire de
l’Art
2003 Visiting Professor at the Villa I Tatti, Harvard Centre for Renaissance Studies
2002 Specific Project Grant: A Virtiual Print Room Ii: A Condition Report For The
Conservation of Old Master Prints, $15,000
2001 Centenary Medal for service to Australian society and the humanities in the fine
arts
2001 Florence Visiting professor at Villa I Tatti, the Harvard Centre for Renaissance
Studies
2000 ARC GRANT A10020522 Australia’s Patrimony exemplified by the History of
the multicultural collections at the National Gallery of Victoria (1850-2002)
1999 REIF (Research Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities Scheme) from the ARC
(Australian Research Council ), Distributed National Network for the Scientific
Analysis of Artworks, the first project to analyze underdrawing in Australian painting
between the University of Melbourne, the University of Canberra, the National
Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Queensland Art Gallery,
National Gallery of Victoria, Artlab. $120,000
The principal outcome was a small travelling exhibition, Seeing Red: The Art and
Science of Infra Red Analysis, which began at the Ian Potter Museum of Art,
University of Melbourne, 3 October to 3 December 2000.
1995 Miegunyah Fellow, University of Melbourne, 30 March to 2 June 1995
1991 Paul Mellon Visiting Senior Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the
Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington
1986 Visiting scholar at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu.
1983 Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Fellowship, Venice. British Council
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fellowship to East Germany to study Giovanni Morelli's correspondence
museum directors (Dresden, Berlin).
with
1982 Connoisseurship of Italian painting. British Academy Grant. Research in
Germany and Italy.
CONSULTANCIES
2010-2012 Principal Advisor to the National Gallery of Art, Canberra, for the
exhibition, Renaissance. 15th and 16th century paintings from the Accademia Carrara,
Bergamo, 9 December 2011 to 9 April 2012.
2009 ACCC, Consultancy on the Australian Art Market.
2006 Consultant Curator of an exhibition, at the National Gallery of Art, Washington
and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Bellini, Giorgione and Titian. The
Renaissance of Venetian Painting, 2006.
4. PUBLICATIONS
The Multiple Legacies of Bernard Smith, on 20-21 September 2012 at the University
of Melbourne and on 9/10 November at the University of Sydney and the Art Galllery
of New South Wales – to be published by the Art Gallery of New South Wales
Arte e Antroplogia nel Novecento australiano: la tradizione warburghiana
nell’Australia, in the conference Italia e l’arte Straniera, at the Accademia dei Lincei,
and the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Istituto Max Planck per la Storia dell’arte, Rome
‘Modern Connoisseurship’ and the Role it played in shaping American Collectors’
Taste in Italian Renaissance Art’, lecture given at the Frick Art Gallery, New York,
under consideration as a book chapter in A Market for Merchant Princes: Collecting
Italian Renaissance Paintings in America. 2015.
BOOKS
Monographs
Giuseppe Molteni in Correspondence with Giovanni Morelli - The Restoration of
Renaissance Painting in mid nineteenth-century Milan, Edizioni Edifir, Opificio delle
Pietre Dure, Florence, 2014, as volume 20 of the series, Teoria e Storia del Restauro,
ed. Giorgio Bonsanti.
Tiepolo's Cleopatra, Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
I Taccuini Manuscritti di Giovanni Morelli, Le Marche disperse.- Fonti I, Milan,
2000.
Collecting, Connoisseurship and the Art Market in Risorgimento Italy: Giovanni
Morelli’s Letters to Giovanni Melli and Pietro Zavaritt (1866 - 1872), Venice,
Istituto Veneto, 1999.
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Judith, Paris: Éditions du Regard, 1997.
Giorgione: The Painter of Poetic Brevity, Paris/New York: Flammarion, 1997.
French translation: Giorgione. Le Peintre de la “Brieveté Poétique, Paris: Éditions du
Regard, 1996.
EXHIBITION CATALOGUES
Renaissance, 15th & 16th century Italian paintings from the Accademia Carrara,
Bergamo, ed. Ron Radford, Giovanni Valagussa, Jaynie Anderson, Attilio Pizzigoni
and David Wise: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2011-2012.
With David Alan Brown, Sylvia Ferino-Pagden, Deborah Howard, Peter Humfrey and
Mauro Lucco, Bellini, Giorgione, Titian and the Renaissance of Venetian Painting,
catalogue of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, 2006/2007
The Image as Catalyst. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Ashmolean Museum,
Oxford, 30 October to 9 December 1984.
Sculpture and Construction. An exhibition of abstract forms by six contemporary
sculptors, McAlpine Gallery, the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 3 November-17
December 1979, Oxford (1979).
EDITED BOOKS
The Cambridge Companion to Australian Art, Cambridge, 2011.
Guest Editor of Australian Art Historiography, volume four of the Journal of Art
Historiography, 4 June 2011, http://arthistoriography.wordpress.com/number-4-june2011/ Journal of Art Historiography, Australian Art Historiography, 4, 2011,
http://arthistoriography.wordpress.com/
Selected by the National Library of Australia, and archived on 27 June 2011, as a
publication of national significance, http://nla.gov.au/nla.arc-127665
Guest Editor of Diogène, Pour une histoire transculturelle de l'art, 2011, N° 231.
Diogenes, Cross-Cultural Art History in a Polycentered World, Volume 58 Issue 3,
no 231, August 2011
Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence. The Proceedings of the
32nd International Congress in the History of Art, The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne
University Publishing, Melbourne, 2009.
Guest editor of Renaissance Studies, X, no. 2, Women Patrons of Renaissance
Art, 1300-1600, Oxford, 1996.
Giovanni Morelli, Della Pittura italiana. Studii storico-critici di Giovanni Morelli
(Ivan Lermolieff). Le Gallerie Borghese e Doria-Pamphili in Roma, ed. Jaynie
Anderson, Milan: Adelphi edizioni S.P.A., 1991.
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French translation: Giovanni Morelli, De La Peinture Italienne. Les fondements de la
Theorie de l’attribution en peinture a propos de la collection des Galeries Borghese
et Doria-Pamphili. Edition établie de Jaynie Anderson. French translation by
Nadine Blamoutier, Éditions de la Lagune, Paris (1994).
Giovanni Morelli. Balvi magnus und Das Miasma diabolicum. Giovannie Morelli’s
erste pseudonyme Veröffentlichungen: Balvi magnus und Das Miasma diabolicum .
edited with an introduction Jaynie Anderson, Königshausen und Neumann, Würzburg
(1991)
‘Otto Mündler and his Travel Diary’, in ‘The Travel Diaries of Otto Mündler 1855
1858’, ed. C. Dowd and B. Fredericksen. The Walpole Society, LI (1985), pp. 7-64.
Edgar Wind. Hume and the Heroic Portrait. Studies in Eighteenth-Century Imagery.
Edited by Jaynie Anderson, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1986),
Italian translation: Humanitas e ritratto eroico: studi sul linguaggio figurativo del
Settecento inglese, a cura di Jaynie Anderson e Colin Harrison; translated Piero
Bertolucci, Milan: Adelphi, 2000.
Edgar Wind, The Eloquence of Symbols, Studies in Humanist Art. Ed. Jaynie
Anderson. With a biographical memoir by Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Clarendon Press,
Oxford (1983). Reprinted 1985; OUP paperback, revised edition, 1993.
Italian translation (with the addition of several essays): L’eloquenza dei simboli (e)
La Tempesta: commento sulle allegorie poetiche di Giorgione. Traduzione di Enrico
Colli. A cura di Jaynie Anderson, Milan: Adelphi, , 1992.
Spanish translation: La elocuencia de los simbolos. Estudios sobre arte humanista.
Traducción de Luis Millán. Allianza editorial, Madrid 1993.
ARTICLES
2014
‘What a “Copy”may mean in the East and the West’, in the Proceedings of the CIHA
Naruto colloquium, Between East and West: Reproductions in Art, held at Naruto in
2013, Artibus et historia, 2014, pp. 301-310.
‘Seen and Unseen: The European Baroque Picture and Print collections of the first
Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne, James Alipius Goold OSA (1812-1886)’, in
Augustinian Newsletter, 2014, No 3, pp. 3-6.
‘Machiavelli in Melbourne’, University of Melbourne Collections, June 2014, Issue
14, pp. 12-15.
‘The Spoils of War’, ‘A Bad Girl of history’, ‘The War at the End of Time’, in
catalogue of an exhibition, Radicals, Slayers and Villains. Prints from the Baillieu
Library, University of Melbourne, University of Melbourne Library: Melbourne 2014,
pp. 10, 12, 34.
'CIHA as the Object of Art History', in The Challenge of the Object. Die
Herausforderund des Objekts, in 32. Wissenschaftlicher Beiband zum Anzeiger des
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Germanischen Nationalmuseums, Proceedings of the 33rd Congress of the
International Committee of the History of Art, 15 – 20 July, Nürnberg, volume 4
(2014), pp. 1474-1476.
2013
‘Ein Bild von einer Frau- Die Renaissance erfindet Kleopatra neu’, catalogue essay in
exhibition, Kleopatra. Die Ewige Diva, Bundeskunsthalle, 28 June to 6 October
2013, Hirmer: Bonn, pp. 56-67.
‘The Fascination of an Art Historian at I Tatti: Bernard Berenson and Jacqueline
Kennedy’, essay in Renaissance Studies in Honor of Joseph Connors, ed. Maechtelt
Israaëls and Louis A. Waldman, Florence: Leo S Olschki, 2013, pp. 737-742, 981982.
2012
‘Breughel III’, in Visions Past and Present: Celebrating 40 Years, ed. C. Menz, Ian
Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, pp. 26-27.
Discussed at the blog: http://wp.me/p1ULJT-26, 7 January 2013.
Obituary of Bernard Smith, Proceedings of the Austtralian Academy of Humanities,
2012, pp. 39-42, see also http://www.humanities.org.au/Fellowship/Obituaries.aspx, 7
January 2013
‘CIHA’s roles in the making of art history around the globe’, World Art, 2012, 1-23.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21500894.2012.715592
‘Double Take on a masterpiece. Leonardo da Vinci: painter at the Court of Milan,
National Gallery, London’, Canberra Times, 28 January 2012.
Review of Claudia Bertling Biaggini, Giorgione pictor et musicus amatus – Vom
Klang seiner Bilder. Eine musikalische Kompositionsästhetik in der Maleriei gegen
die Aprie der Norm um 1500. Studien zu Kunstgeschichte, 188, Hildesheim: Georg
Olms Verlag, in Renaissance Quarterly, LXV, no. 1, pp. 202-203.
2011
'Love and Devotion in daily life in Renaissance Italy', Renaissance 15th and 16th
Century Paintings from the Accademia Carrara, Bergamo. Canberra, Australia:
National Gallery of Australia , pp. 53-65.
‘Art Historiography in Australia and New Zealand’, in Journal of Art
Historiography, IV.
‘Cross-Cultural Encounters.’ In The Cambridge Companion to Australian Art.
Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-11 .
‘Orde Poynton and the Baillieu Library’, Print Matters at the Baillieu, Melbourne,
Australia: Custom Book Centre, pp. 7-20, University of Melbourne
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‘The Art of Blackness’, Review of ‘The Image of the Black in Western Art from the
“Age of Discovery” to the Age of Abolition: Artists of the Renaissance and Baroque,
edited by David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. III, Part 1. The Bellknap Press
of /Harvard University Press, Cambridge , Massachusetts, London, 2010, ‘, in The
Australian, 6 February 2011, p.19.
2010
‘”Le Musée Imaginaire” and Museums within Walls’, in André Malraux, His
Philosophy and Art – Temptations of the Orient and Japan, 7-9 June 2008, Akita
University International Conference, 2010, pp. 81-95
2009
'Giorgione a Venezia. La creazione di uno stile di poetica brevita', in Giorgione, ed.
Enrico Maria Dal Pozzolo, Lionello Puppi. Giorgione. Milan, Italy: Skira Editore,
pp. 133-142 .
‘The Creation of Indigenous Collections in Melbourne: How Kenneth Clark, Charles
Mountford, and Leonhard Adam interrogated Australian Indigeneity' ed. Thierry
Dufrene and Anne-Christine Taylor. Cannibalismes Disciplinaires. Quand l'histoire
de l'art et l'anthroplogie se rencontrent. 1 61-78. Paris, France: Musee du quai
Branly.
‘Spectacle in Sixteenth-Century Venice: or how Carpaccio, Giorgione and Titian
represented Patrician Youth Theatre’, The Australian Academy of the Humanities,
Proceedings, pp. 109-129. ACT, Australia: Australian Academy of the Humanities.
2008
'How to write Art History from an Antipodean Perspective' in Acta Historiae Artium,
Akademiai Kiado, Budapest. Acta Historiae Artium Academie Scientiarium
Hungaricae: an art-historical journal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. 49, pp.
24-36.
‘'The Critical Reception of Giovanni Bellini as a Painter of Antiquity', in Grammatik
der Kunst. Sprachproblem und Regelwerk im "Bild-Diskurs". Gramatik der
Kunstgeschichte. Oskar Baetschmann zum 65. Geburtstag. grammatik der
kunstgeschichte, pp. 245-257
'The Martrdom of St Felicity', A Farewell to Ronald de Leeuw. His Favourite
Acquisitions for the Rijksmuseum. A Farewell to Ronald de Leeuw. His Favourite
Acquisitions for the Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rijksmuseum , pp. 6465.
‘Giovanni Morelli and the French’, Histoire de l'histoire de l'art en France au XIXe
siecle. 1, 2008, 447-461. France: La Documentation Francaise.
‘On the importance of Giorgione's Castelfranco Altarpiece. Report No 1. Veneto,
Italy: AIDA (B+M Editions).
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‘The Giorgionesque Portrait II: Representations of Homosociality, or the importance
of Friendship in Renaissance Venice. In Ferino-Pagden S (ed), Giorgione
Entmythisiert. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, pp. 155-173.
2007
‘ ”How ignorant we are”. The critical reception of indigenous art in Australia’,
Australian Book Review. 2007, 296, pp, 38-39.
'Through Adversity to Renown': Giovanni di Paolo's Painting of a 'Crucifixion' in
Canberra. Artibus et Historiae. 56 (XXVIII), pp. 197-206.
‘Titian's Franciscan Friar in Melbourne: a portrait of the confessor to Aretino and
Titian? In Woods-Marsden J (ed), Titian: Materiality, Likeness, Istoria. Turnhout,
Belgium: Brepols , pp. 71-82 .
2006
‘Algarotti and Dresden’, in Il Collezionismo a Venezia e nel Veneto ai tempi della
Serenissima, ed. Max Seidel and Bernard Aikema, 2006, pp. 275-286.
‘Vedere la musica: Painting and Music in Renaissance Venice’, in Architettura e
musica nella Venezia del Rinascimento, ed. Deborah Howard and Laura Moretti,
Milan, 2006, pp. 21-40.
‘Allegories and Mythologies’. In David Brown & Sylvia Ferino-Pagden (eds),
Bellini, Giorgione, Titian and the renaissance of Venetian painting. New Haven,
United States: Yale University Press, 2006, pp. 147-188 .
‘Cross-cultural encounters’, Australian Book Review, 2006 (November), pp. 36-36.
‘Endless Tucker’, review of Gavin Fry, Albert Tucker, Beagle Press. Australian
Book Review, October, 2006, pp. 36-37.
2005
Obituary for Dr Ursula Hoff, ‘Intellectual who left her imprint’, The Australian,
20 January 2005, p. 12.
Reprinted in A Tribute to Dr Ursula Hoff OA OBE, 26.12.1909-10.01.2005.
Great Hall – National Gallery of Victoria, Thursday 24 February 2005 –10.30
am, pp. 6-7. An occasional publication by the National Gallery of Victoria.
Reprinted in Art and Australia, 2005, No 1, XLIII, p. 26.
Reprinted in the Newsletter of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, No
30, July 2005, pp. 10-11.
Reprinted in the Proceedings of the Australian Academy of the Humanities,
2005.
Gallery Notes, ‘Collecting the British’, Australian Book Review, May 2005, pp. 4142.
With Carl Villis, ‘Anthony van Dyck’s portrait of Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of
Southampton’, The Burlington Magazine, CXLVII, October 2005, pp. 661-667.
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Obituary for Eric Westbrook, The Australian, 18 November 2005, p. 17.
‘Gardens of Love in Venetian Paintings of the Quattrocento’, in Rituals, Images and
Words: the varieties of cultural expression in late medieval and early modern Europe,
ed. Charles Zika and F. W. Kent, Brepols, Turnhout, 2005, pp. 25-44.
‘The Giorgionesque Portrait II: Representations of Homosociality, or the importance
of friendship, in Renaissance Venice’, Giorgione, Vienna, 2005, pp. 143-161.
Catalogue entries in the exhibition catalogue, Giorgione. Mythos und Enigma’,
ed. S. Ferino-Pagden and G. Nepi Scirè, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna,
23 March to 11 July 2004, pp. 173, 202-205.
English edition: Giorgione. Myth and Enigma, pp. 173, 202-205.
2004
‘How good were the Edwardians?, Australian Book Review, June, 2004, p. 36.
‘Jaynie Anderson’, Diary for Australian Book Review, October 2004, p. 56.
Bittersweet Love: Giorgione’s Portraits of Masculine Friendship’, in The Italians’ in
Australia: Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art, ed. David Marshall, Florence,
Centro Di (2004), pp. 87-94. ISBN 88-7038-413-6.
‘The First Cleaning Controversy at the National Gallery London 1846-1853’, in
Issues in the Conservation of Painting, ed. David Bomford and Mark Leonard, The
Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, 2004, pp. 441-445.
Catalogue entry on Giorgione’s Adoration of the Shepherds, in Sylvia Ferino Pagden
and Giovanna Nepi Sciré, in Giorgione, Myth and Enigma, 2004.
2003
‘Romeo and Juliet revisited’, in The Crossley Gallery 1966-1980, ed. Jenny Zimmer,
Melbourne, 2003, pp. 116-117.
`Entries on Old Master Prints, in Treasures. Highlights of the Cultural Collections of
the University of Melbourne, ed. C. McAuliffe and P. Yule, Melbourne (2003),
pp. 64-5, 78-79, 150-151, 174-75, 180-81, 198-201, 212-213, 222-223, 268-69.
‘Retrato de dama patricia con su hija’, in Tiziano, ed. Miguel Falomir, in Titian,
catalogue of an exhibition at the Museo del Prado, Madrid,
10 June to 7 September 2003, pp. 206-207, 377.
2002
‘A Personal Journey through three centuries of Italian painting’, Artonview, XXIX
(2002), pp. 4-13.
A Pavanne for Another Time: Bernard Smith. Australian and New Zealand Journal of
Art. 3 (2) : 117-120.
‘Doing What comes Naturally: Pittura Padana in Lombardy and the Emilia
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Romagna’, in the catalogue of the exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, 28
March to 16 June 2002, Titian to Tiepolo. Three Centuries of Italian Art, (2002)
Skira, Milan, pp. 28-31.
Translated into Italian, ‘Fare quel che viene naturale: la pittura padana in Lombardia
e Emilia Romagna’, for the exhibition catalogue, Da Tiziano a Caravaggio a Tiepolo.
Capolavori di tre secoli di arte italiana, Palazzino di Caccia di Stupinigi, Turin, 17
November 2002 to 16 February 2003 (Florence) 2002, pp. 35-37.
‘Loan a unique Display of Quality. This Exhibition is one of the Best’, The
Australian, 30-31 March 2002, p. 5.
‘Passion, flattery and chocolate. The lives and times of Italians artists’, Supplement
to The Age, July 3rd 2002, pp. 10-11.
‘Titian’s unfinished Portrait of a patrician Woman and her Daughter from the
Barbarigo collection, Venice’, The Burlington Magazine, CXLIV (2002), pp. 671-79.
‘Reshid Bey – A Life’s Work 1916-1984’, in Victorian Turkish Community,
Melbourne (2002), pp. 110-111.
2001
Entries on Giorgione, pp. 292-3, Morelli, p. 490, in The Oxford Companion to
Western Art, ed. H. Brigstocke, Oxford, 2001.
‘Titian’s Portrait of a Patrician Lady and her Daughter’, in Clerics & Connoisseurs.
An Irish Art Collection Through Three Centuries, catalogue of an exhibition at
Kenwood House, 2001, London, pp. 222-229.
‘The Sculptor writes: Rodin in correspondence with Melbourne’, in Rodin Sculpture
and Drawings, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 14 December 2001 to 24
February 2002, pp. 125-137.
Naidu, S., Anderson, J., & Riddle, M. (2001, June). The virtual print exhibition: A
case of learning by designing. Paper presented at ED-MEDIA 2001-World
Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, June
25th-30th, 2001, Tampere, Finland.
2000
‘Art and Erotica. A sensual Edifice’, review of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: or the
Strife of Love in a Dream by Joscelyn Goodwin, in The Australian, 12 April 2000,
pp. 1-4.
Entry on ‘Franz Philipp, 1914-1970’, in Australian Dictionary of Biography, XV
1940- 1980 (eds. John Ritchie and Di Langmore), Melbourne University Press,
Melbourne, 2000, pp. 601-2.
'Molteni in corrispondenza con Giovanni Morelli. Il restauro della pittura
rinascimentale a Milano nell'Ottocento, Giuseppe Molteni (1800-1867) e il ritratto
nella Milano romantica. Pittura, collezionismo, restauro, tutela, Milano, 2000, pp.
47-58.
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Constructing architectural identity in Renaissance Italy’, in Portrait of Sansovino?
catalogue of an exhibition at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, July 2000, pp.
8-13.
‘Art History’s History in Melbourne: Franz Philipp in correspondence with Arthur
Boyd’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, I, 2 (2000), pp. 111-129.
‘In Homage to Ursula Hoff on her ninetieth birthday’, Art and Australia, XXXVIII,
No 2 (2000), pp. 250-257.
Naidu, S., Anderson, J., & Riddle, M. (2000, December). The virtual print exhibition:
A case of learning by designing. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2000, Learning to
choose, Choosing to Learn, 10-14th December, Southern Cross University, Coffs
Harbor, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for
Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, ed. R. Sims, M. O’Reilly, S., Sawkins,
pp. 109-114.
‘Women and Water’, The University of Melbourne Journal, VI, No 2, December
2000, pp. 27-28.
‘When art irritates life’, review of Artemisia: The Story of a Battle for Greatness,by
Alexandra Lapierre, The Age, 9 September 2000.
1999
Foreward to exhibition catalogue, Violet Teague, Melbourne, 1999.
‘Frizzoneria in Bergamo’, Ex Fumo Lucem. Baroque Studies in Honour of Klára
Garas, II, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, 1999, pp. 233-52.
‘Giovanni Santi e Giovanni Morelli’, in Giovanni Santi. Atti del Convegno
internazionale di Studi, Urbino, Convento di Santa Chiara, 17/18/19 March 1995,
Milan, 1999, pp. 193-97.
1998
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, review of the exhibition at the National Gallery on Hollar and
Callot, in The Age, 4 April 1998.
‘Herald Professor’s Report: The New School’, The University of Melbourne
FineArts Society Bulletin, X, no. 1, Autumn 1998, p. 3.
‘Giovanni Morelli for and against Piero della Francesca’, in Piero interpretato, Copie,
giudizi e musealizzazione di Piero della Francesca, eds. Cecilia Preti and Ranieri
Varese, Ancona, 1998, pp. 85-88.
‘The School of Fine Arts, Classical Studies and Archaeology (incorporating Cinema
Studies)’, Arts Alumni News, December 1998.
‘I taccuini marchigiani di Giovanni Morelli’, in the acts of the conference,Giovanni
Battista Cavalcaselle 1819-1897. Alle origini della storia dell’arte, published as
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Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle conoscitore e conservatore, ed. A. C. Tommasi,
Venice (1998), pp. 81 – 96.
‘Sir Charles Eastlake e i suoi restauratori italiani: Giuseppe Molteni e Raffaelle
Pinti’, in Bollettino d’Arte, Supplement to Volume 98, in the acts of the conference:
Giovanni Secco Suardo (1785 - 1873) La cultura del restauro tra tutela e
conservazione dell’opera d’arte, Atti del convegno, 9-11 March 1995, Bergamo,
1998, pp. 57-62.
1997
‘William John Bankes’ Notes on Renaissance Art and Architecture in Ferrara, circa
1851, Schifanoia, 1997, XVII/XVIII, pp. 221-229.
‘What was Ferrarese about Isabella d’Este’s Camerino?’ in The court of the Gonzaga
in the Age of Mantegna: 1450-1550, Atti del Convegno, London, 6-8 March 1992/
-Mantova, 28 March 1992, eds. Cesare Mozzarelli, Robert Oresko and Leandro
Ventura, London (1997), pp. 337-52.
1996
‘The Loves of the Gods’, Apollo, January, 1996, CXLIII, pp. 54-5.
‘Rewriting the history of art patronage: Women Patrons of Renaissance Art 1300 –
1600’, Renaissance Studies, X, No. 2 (1996), pp. 129-138.
‘The political power of connoisseurship in Nineteenth-century Europe: William von
Bode versus Giovanni Morelli’, in Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen, 1996, LXXXIII,
pp. 107-119.
Dictionary entries for The Dictionary of Art , Ohio (1996), on: Italy, Collecting and
Dealing, XVI, pp. 765-770; Western Connoisseurship, VII, pp. 714-5; Cavenaghi, VI,
p. 115; Gustavo Frizzoni, XI, pp. 797-8; Austen Henry Layard, XVIII, pp. 896-7;
Giuseppe Molteni, XXI, pp. 824-5; Giovanni Morelli, XXII, pp. 101-3;
Otto Mündler, XXII, pp. 296-7; John Paul Richter, XXVI, p. 358; Edgar Wind,
XXXIII, pp. 242-3.
1995
Entry on Jacob Matham, after Titian, Sine Cerere et Baccho friget Venus, in
catalogue Tiziano Amor Sacro e Amor Profano, Roma, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, 22
March - 22 May,1995, pp. 435-6.
‘Professor Charles Mitchell’, Obituary, The Independent, London, 31 October 1995.
‘Leonardo and Giorgione in the Grimani Collection’, Achademia Leonardi Vinci.
Journal of Leonardo Studies & Bibliography of Vinciana, VIII (1995), pp. 226-7.
1994
‘The provenance of Bellini’s Feast of the Gods and a new/old interpretation’, in
Titian 500, ed. Joseph Manca, Studies in the History of Art, XLV, National Gallery
Washington, (1994), pp. 265-288.
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‘Byron’s Tempesta’, The Burlington Magazine, CXXXV, May (1994), p. 316.
‘Fixing Pastels; a letter from Liotard to the 2nd Earl of Bessborough in 1763’, The
Burlington Magazine, CXXXV,(1994), pp. 23-5.
‘The Manchester Madonna’, Letter to the Editor, Times Literary Supplement, 28
October 1994, p. 17.
‘A New Museum for Milan: The Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi’, Apollo, CXL, December
(1994), pp. 27-8.
Giovanni Morelli museologo del Risorgimento, pp. 25-39; ‘Morelli e I suoi amici’,
pp. 79-92; ‘Morelli e Genelli’, pp. 93-99; in Giovanni Morelli. Collezionista di
disegni. La donazione al Castello Sforzesco, ed. G. Bora, catalogue of an exhibition at
the Castello Sforzesco, Milan, 9 November 1994 - 8 January 1995, Milan (1994).
1994
‘Salvare gli affreschi del Rinascimento italiano; la missione di Henry Layard’, in
Austen Henry Layard, Giovanni Santi e l’affresco di Cagli, a cura di Ranieri Varese,
Epigrammi, 3, Centro di, Florence (1994), pp. 51-61.
‘“A most improper picture”: Transformations of Bronzino’s erotic Allegory’, Apollo,
CXXXIX, February (1994), pp. 19-28.
1993
‘Giovanni Morelli contro gli istorici dell-arte’, in the Atti del Convegno
internazionale, Bergamo, 4-7 Giugno 1987, Giovanni Morelli e la cultura dei
conoscitori, Bergamo (1993), I, pp. 82-92.
‘The rediscovery of Ferrarese renaissance Painting in the Risorgimento’, The
Burlington Magazine, CXXXV, (1993), pp. 539-49.
‘Rubens revisited’, University of Melbourne Gallery Society Bulletin, V, iv (1993),
pp. 6-7, 12.
1992
‘The Renaissance Tradition of Erotic Sleeping Figures and Rubens’, University of
Melbourne Gallery Society Bulletin, V, ii (1992), pp. 4-5.
‘Giovanni Morelli’s scientific Method of Attribution - Origins and Interpretations’,
XXVIIe Congrès International, L’Art et les Révolutions, Section 5,
Strasbourg/Colmar, 1-7 September 1988, Strasbourg, 1992, pp. 135-41.
1991
‘Lilio Gregorio Giraldi’; ‘Il Risveglio dell’interesse per le Muse nella Ferrara del
Quattrocento’, in Le Muse e il Principe. Arte di corte nel Rinascimento padano,
Exhibition at the Museo Poldi-Pezzoli, Milan, September to December, ed. A.
Mottola Molfino and M. Natale. Panini, Modena (1991), I, pp. 441-3; II,
pp. 165-186.
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‘National Museums, the Art Market and Old Master Paintings’, in Kunst und
Kunsttheorie 1400 - 1900, ed. P. Ganz, Wölfenbütteler Forschungen, IIL, Herzog
August Bibliothek, Wölfenbüttel (1991), pp. 375-404.
‘Scholarship in the Service of the Market; a long story’. The Art Newspaper, no. 16,
16th March 1991, p. 11.
‘What pigments did Rembrandt use?’ The Art Newspaper, no. 8 (1991) p. 13.
1990
‘Giovanni Morelli et la collection Arconati-Visconti’, La Revue du Louvre et des
Musées de France (1990), XL, iii, pp. 205-11.
‘The first Cleaning Controversy at the National Gallery 1846-1853’, in Appearance,
Opinion, Change: Evaluating the look of Paintings, United Kingdom Institute for
Conservation, London (1990), pp. 3-7.
Letter to the Editor, with Burton B. Fredericksen, Carol Togneri Dowd,
Burlington Magazine, CXXXII (1990), p. 31.
‘Mißglückte Enführung’, Deutscher Kunstverlag, München, Berlin (1990), pp. 12.
‘Ranieri Varese’s Atlante di Schifanoia’, Schifanoia, X (1990) pp. 191-93.
1989
‘“Die geniale Bettina”: Giovanni Morelli in Conversation with Bettina von Arnim’,
Oxford German Studies, XVIII-XIX (1989/90), pp. 45-59.
‘Collezioni e collezionisti della pittura veneziana del Quattrocento: storia, sfortuna,
e fortuna’, in La pittura nel Veneto. Il Quattrocento, ed. M. Lucco, I, Electa, Milan
(1989), pp. 271-294.
‘Andrzej Jackowski “At the lining of things”’, foreward to an exhibition catalogue,
Castelfield Gallery, Manchester (1989).
1988
‘The Head-hunter and Head-huntress in Italian Religious Portraiture’, Vernacular
Christianity. Essays in the Social Anthropology of Religion. Presented to Godfrey
Lienhardt, ed. W. James and D. H. Johnson, Jaso, Oxford (1988), pp. 60-9.
1987
‘Giovanni Morelli et sa définition de la scienza dell’arte’, Revue de l’art, LXXV
(1987), pp. 49-55.
‘The Morelli Conference in Bergamo’, The Burlington Magazine, CXXIX (1987),
pp. 596-8.
‘Il Collezionismo e la Pittura del Cinquecento’, La Pittura in Italia. Il Cinquecento,
ed. F. Zeri and m. Natale, Electa, Milan (1987), II, pp. 559-568.
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‘Morelli and Layard’, Austen Henry Layard tra l’Oriente e Venezia, ed. F. M. Fales e
B. J. Hickey, La Fenice, VIII, L’Erma di Bretschneider, Rome (1987), pp. 109-137.
Entries in Paintings from Emilia 1500-1700. New House Galleries, New York (1987)
pp. 44-6, 64-70.
1986
Entry on Bernadino Mei, ‘Alexander the Great and the Fates’; Michael Sweert, ‘Mars
destroying the arts’, in Baroque III, 1620-1720, Matthiesen Fine Art, London (1986)
pp. 107-10, 128-131.
1985
Entry on Bartolomeo Passerotti ‘Portrait of a man in black velvet and ‘Two marketwomen selling poultry’: Agostino Carracci ‘Portrait of Olimpia Luna as Judith and
Melchiore Zoppio as Holofernes’: Jacopo Ligozzi Allegory of avarice, in Around
1610, the Onset of the Baroque, Matthiesen Fine Art, London (1985) pp. 10-15,
18-29.
1984
‘Pietro Aretino and Sacred Imagery’, Interpretazioni veneziani. Studi di storia
dell’arte in onore di Michelangelo Muraro, ed. David Rosand, Venice (1984),
pp. 275-90.
Entry on Dosso Dossi ‘Venus awakened by Cupid’ in From Borso to Cesare d’Este,
The School of Ferrara, 1450 - 1628, Matthiesen Fine Art, London (1984) pp. 88-9.
1981
‘Erasmus and the Siren’, Erasmus in English, II (1981/2), pp. 8-12.
‘Mito e Realtà di Giorgione nella Storiografia artistica: dal Senatore Giovanni
Morelli ad oggi’, in Giorgione e l’Umanesimo veneziano, ed. R. Pallucchini.
Florence (1981), II, pp. 615-35, 637-53.
1980
‘Giorgione, Titian and the Sleeping Venus’, Tiziano e Venezia, Convegno
Internazionale di Studi, Veneza 1976, Neri Pozza, Vicenza (1980), pp. 337-342.
1979
‘The Giorgionesque Portrait: From Likeness to Allegory’, Giorgione. Atti del
Convegno Internazionale di Studio per il 5 Centenario della Nascita, Castelfranco
Veneto, 29-31 May 1978, Venice (1979), pp. 153-8.
‘A Further Inventory of Gabriel Vendramin’s Collection’, The Burlington
Magazine, CXXI (1979), pp. 639-48.
‘Speculations on the Carracci Academy in Bologna’, Oxford Art Journal, III (1979),
pp. 379-99.
‘“Le roi ne meurt jamais”: Charles V’s obsequies in Italy’, El Cardenal Albornoz y el
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Colegio de Espana (V), Studia Albornotiana, XXXVI (1979), pp. 379-99.
1978
‘L’opera di Giorgione’ (a cura di Jaynie Anderson), in Giorgione 1478-1978. Guida
alla Mostra: I Tempi di Giorgione, ed. P. Carpeggianni, Castelfranco Veneto (1978).
1977
‘Christ carrying the Cross in San Rocco: Its Commission and miraculous History’,
Arte Veneta, XXXI (1977), pp. 186-8.
1974
‘A Precedent for the Tridentine Decree on Religious Imagery: An Early Restoration
of Giambattista Ponchini’s “Castelfranco Altarpiece”’, Arte Veneta, XXVIII (1974)
pp. 239-41.
The “Casa Longobarda” in Asolo: A sixteenth-century Architect’s House, The
Burlington Magazine, CXVI (1974), pp. 296-303.
1973
‘Some new Documents relating to Giorgione’s Castelfranco Altarpiece and his patron
Tuzio Costanzo’, Arte Veneta, XXVII (1973), pp. 280-89.
The Subject of a Drawing by Giambattista Tiepolo reconsidered, Art Bulletin of the
National Gallery of Victoria (1973/74), pp. 15-19.
‘Eating Mussels in the Bathtub. Sixteen Screenprints by Billly Meyer’ ,
introduction to an exhibition held at the Paperpoint Gallery, London, 27 February to
6 April 1973.
1970
‘The “Sala di Agostino Carracci” in the Palazzo del Giardino’, Art Bulletin, LII
(1970), pp. 41-8.
1967
‘The Early Work of Sidney Nolan 1939-49’, Meanjin, XXVI (1967), pp. 313-19.
SELECT REVIEWS OF ANDERSON’S PUBLICATIONS
I Taccuini Manuscritti di Giovanni Morelli, Le Marche disperse.- Fonti I, Milan,
2000.
Reviewed by Mary Weitzel Gibbons, Renaissance Quarterly, LVI, No 1, 2003, p.
177.
Reviews of Crossing Cultures (2009)
Patrick McCaughey, ‘Notions of Oneness’, Australian Book Review, October, 2009,
pp. 39-40.
Silvia Dropulich, ‘Art History Olympics Win’, The Age, 9/3/2009.
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DISCUSSIONS OF RESEARCH
Francesco Villari, Ritratti londinesi. Otto incontri con Gombrich, Popper, Haskell,
Hobsbaum, Mann, Anderson, Lepschy, Seton-Watson, Rome, a cura di Leone C, 2006.
REVIEWS
‘Rome’, Art and Australia, Summer, 2011, p. 328.
5. EXHIBITIONS
CANBERRA 2011-2012
2011-2012: Principal Advisor to RENAISSANCE
9 DECEMBER 2011 - 9 APRIL 2012, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
VIENNA and WASHINGTON 2005-2006
2005-2006: Curator of an exhibition, at the National Gallery of Art, Washington and
the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Bellini, Giorgione and Titian. The
Renaissance of Venetian Painting, 2006.
MELBOURNE 2000
‘Sansovino Portrait?’
Exhibition on Constructing Architectural identity, based on a previously unknown
portrait of Sansovino, at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne
MELBOURNE 2000
CD-ROM of Greek Vases in the collection of The University of Melbourne at the Ian
Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, 2000.
MILAN 1994
Giovanni Morelli. Collezionista di disegni. La donazione al Castello Sforzesco.
Exhibition of Renaissance drawings at the Castello Sforzesco, Milan
MILAN 1991
Le Muse e il Principe. Arte di corte nel Rinascimento padano,
Exhibition at the Museo Poldi-Pezzoli, Milan
OXFORD 1984
The Image as Catalyst. The Younger Generation of British Figurative Painters.
Catalogue of an exhibition at the McAlpine Gallery, Ashmolean Museum
OXFORD 1979
Sculpture and Construction. An exhibition of abstract forms by six contemporary
sculptors, McAlpine Gallery, the Ashmolean Museum
CASTELFRANCO VENETO 1978
I Tempi di Giorgione
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6. PERFORMANCES
FILMS
Tiepolo, ABC, 2003
Giorgione del Castelfranco. Sulle trace del genio, Director Antonello Belluco, in
collaboration with the Regione del Veneto and the Città del Castelfranco, Venice
Film, 2010
English Version: Giorgione from Castelfranco, Behind the Mystery, 2010
OPERA
Idea for a performance of Von Hasse’s serenata, Antonio e Cleopatra. Baroque Opera
& Banquet at the National Gallery of Victoria, 29 March 2011.
RADIO INTERVIEWS
Michael Fonseca, ‘Stolen artefact returned’, ABC radio, 27/9/2002. The intriguing
tale of a decade-long international art theft reached its conclusion this afternoon when
an ancient Greek water jug was returned to the University of Melbourne
CONNECTIONS PROGRAM 2. A Motet from Notre Dame and Wild Travellers’
Tales, 13 April 2003, ABC Classic FM
4BC Radio in Brisbane, 2 September 2012, interview about Leonardo da Vinci’s
Mona Lisa and the excavation of the supposed body of Gioconda in the convent St
Ursula, Florence, where her daughter was a nun.
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6. TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATION
PH D Completions
Luke Morgan, Solomon de Caus and early seventeenth-century landscape
design, 2004.
Lisa Mansfield, Honour and virtue in the French Renaissance: the
portraits of King Francis I, 2004
Hugh Hudson, Paolo Uccello : the life and work of an Italian Renaissance
artist, 2006
Benjamin Keir Thomas, Daryl Lindsay: vision for Australian art, 2008
Anna Drummond, Mariology and Matrimony. The Iconography of the
Marriage of the Virgin in Italian Art, April 2009.
Robyn Sloggett, Dr Leonhard Adam and his ethnographic collection at the
University of Melbourne, 2011.
Diana Hiller, In the beholders’ eyes: gendered perceptions of Florentine
Last Supper frescoes (c.1350-1490), 2011
Glenys Adams, Space, Memory, Narrative: The Oratorians and the
Memorialization of San Filippo Neri in Rome, Florence and Naples,
2013.
Peter Andrew French, David Wright: An Australian Religious
Iconography, 2014
MA Completions
Hugh Hudson, Re-examining Van Eyck: a new analysis of the Ince Hall
Virgin and Child, 2001
Joanne Cahill, Parmigianino’s representation of women and his female
patrons, 1503 – 1540, 2003
Damian Smith, Sidney Nolan - The Kelly Myth, 2004
Simone Wood, Moralising Messages of Chastity in Florentine Cassone
Painting, 2004
Eleanor Adams, Geoffrey Kaye Collection: Decorative Arts at the
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University of Melbourne, 2004
Eszter Szabo, What is the House of Terror, 2005
Zoë Willis, Of Pharaoh and a Foundling: The finding of Moses from late
Antiquity to Eighteenth-century Venice, 2006
Kathleen Kiernan, Northern Journeys: The Landscape Prints of Jan Van
de Velde II in the John Orde Poynton Library, The University of
Melbourne, 2007
Raquel McConnell, Titian: Love, Truth, Beauty and the Poetry of the
Sublime, 2008
Emma Steinfort, The ever present past; the tension of the ‘authentically
inauthentic antique’ found within the Late Renaissance Villeggiatura:
with a focus on the Villa Farnese, 2014
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7. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
From 2011-2012: Principal Advisor to the National Gallery of Australia for the
exhibition, Renaissance.
From 2010-2012: Executive of the International Council for the Humanities, CIPSH
(Conseil International pour les Sciences Humaines), UNESCO
From 2008-2012: President of the International Committee of the History of Art
(CIHA)
From 2008: Art Historian and Australian consultant to the Malraux project,
http://www.malraux.org/
From 2003-2011: Board of the Australian Review of Books
From 2003: Fellow of Queen’s College, Melbourne
From 1999: Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities
From 1997-2007: Board of Art Exhibitions Australia (AEA)
From 1997-2014: Director on the Board of the Ian Potter Museum of Art, the
University of Melbourne
8. CONVENOR OF CONFERENCES
15-22 July 2012, Nuremberg, ‘ CIHA as the Object of Art History’ chair with Thomas
Gaehtgens, Director of the Getty Research Centre, in The Challenge of the Object’,
33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, Nuremberg, 15-20
July 2012
9-10 March 2012, An International Symposium at the University of Melbourne, on
the Renaissance.
December 2010, convener of session, ‘Transforming Visions of Renaissance
Mannerist Art and Visual Culture’ at the annual conference of the AAANZ,
University of Adelaide,
and
From 2010 Conferences organized by the Australian Institute of Art History at the
University of Melbourne
Interrogating Art Curatorship in Australia 12-14 March 2010
Australian Art Industry Networks: Artists, Agents, Markets and Museums
15-16 July, 2010
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Contemporaneity and Art 22-23 July, 2010
Interspaces: Art + Architectural Exchanges from East to West 20-22
August, 2010
Art History’s History in Australia and New Zealand
29-29 August, 2010
Print-matters at the Baillieu 3 September 2011
Renaissance Symposium 9-10 March 2011
The Legacies of Bernard Smith
The Power of Luxury
13-14 November 2008
Inspiration of Place: the artistic life of cities. The 39th Annual Symposium of the
Australian Academy of the Humanities, at the Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House.
13-18 January 2008
Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence. The Proceedings of the
32nd International Congress in the History of Art, The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne
University Publishing, Melbourne, 2009.
15-18 July 2005
Precious Resources: University museums in the 21st Century. University of
Melbourne, Universitas 21conference.
4-7 October 2001
Convener of Visual Arts in the 21st Century from Museum to Cyberspace,
annual conference of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, the
University of Melbourne
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9.
GUEST LECTURES AND CONFERENCE PAPERS
22 October 2014, Curating Australian Indigenous Art from pre hstory to the digital
age, Curatorial Colloquium, National Gallery of Art Washington
12 October 2014, Decorating with Love: Themes of Romance for an Early
Renaissance Palace near Venice, The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore
4 September 2014, with Shane Carmody, “Seen and Unseen”Archbishop James
Alipius Goold (1812-1886) and his European collections of books and paintings in
Colonial Victoria, Elisabeth Murdoch Theatre, University of Melbourne
29 April 2014, ‘Violence in the Baillieu’, in connection with the exhibition, Radicals,
Slayers and Villains, University of Melbourne.
19 February 2014, ‘Piranesi in Venice’, for the congress Piranesi and the Global
Impact of the Late Baroque, University of Melbourne.
24 July 2013, ‘An Erotic Antiquarian Romance: the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Venice,
1499)’, in the Congress for the Rare Book Week, Libri: six centuries of Italian Printed Books, The
Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne
12 July 2013, ‘Spectacle in Renaissance Venice’, in the congress, Genre, Affect and
Authority in Early Modern europe 1517-1688, University of Melbourne
18 May 2013, ‘Spectacle and Theatre in Sixteenth-Century Venice’, in the congress,
From Earthly Pleasures to Princely Glories in the Medieval and Renaisance Worlds’,
held at the Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, UCLA, Los Angeles,
California
12 January 2013, ‘What a copy may mean in the East and the West’, at the Otuska
Museum, Naruto, Japan, concluding keynote for the congress on Between East and
the West: Reproductions in Art, CIHA colloquium.
24 November 2012, Arte e Antroplogia nel Novecento australiano: la tradizione
warburghiana nell’Australia, in the conference Italia e l’arte Straniera, at the
Accademia dei Lincei, and the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Istituto Max Planck per la
Storia dell’arte, Rome
19 September 2012, ‘Bernard Smith as mentor’, The Legacies of Bernard Smith,
University of Melbourne
22 February 2012, ‘Giovanni Bellini and the Venetian Renaissance’, Masterclass at
the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
10 February 2012, Renaissance Cookery, Renaissance Banquet for Rinaldo di Stasio,
Yarra Vallery
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31 January 2012, ‘Le Raccolte dell’Accademia Carrara e la Connoisseurship Europea
nell’Ottocento’, Sala dei Giuristi, Piazza Vecchia, free public lecture to the City of
Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy.
10 December 2011, ‘Introduction to the National Gallery of Australia’s exhibition,
Renaissance’, National Gallery of Australia
24 November 2011
Dean’s Lecture, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne,
‘Renaissance at the National Gallery of Australia’,
http://alumni.online.unimelb.edu.au/s/1182/index.aspx?sid=1182&pgid=1708&gid=1
&cid=2673&ecid=2673&post_id=0
3 September 2011
‘The Orde Poynton Collection at the University of Melbourne’, Print Matters at the
Baillieu, The University of Melbourne
13 August 2011
‘Making art history in the World with CIHA’, The World and World-making in Art:
Connectivities and Differences, Australian National University, Canberra
30 June - 2 July 2011
‘What a circle may mean’, Conference at the Gallerie degli Uffizi, Florence, on
Aesthetics and Techniques of Lines between Drawing and Writing
18 June 2011
Landscapes from the Baillieu Library Print Collection, Festival of Ideas, University
of Melbourne
16-18 May 2011
Nuremberg: Preparatory meeting for the CIHA conference in 2012
9- 13 May 2011
Opening address to the CIHA congress: Centres and Peripheries Around 1400:
Artistic Production Inside and Outside Europe of the Regions according to Cultural
Contexts and Economic and Social Conditions, Maribor, Slovenia
11 January 2011
‘CIHA and Globalisation: the last four years’, in ‘Other Views: Art History in (South)
Africa and the Global South’, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesberg
13-14 December 2010
Chair of Session: ‘Poverty and Environmental Change: Reframing the Debate (II)’ in
Changing Nature-Changing Sciences? The Challenges of Global Environmental
Change for the Social Sciences and the Humanities, 13-14 December, 2010, ISSCCIPSH General Assembly, Nagoya, Japan
7 December 2010
‘What Dürer saw in Renaissance Venice. Patrician Theatre at the time of Dürer’s
Visit’, The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
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1 December 2010
The Impact of Giovanni Morelli’s Scientific Connoisseurship on the Creation of
Renaissance Museums In Risorgimento Italy and America, AAANZ conference,
Adelaide
12 November 2010
‘A Market for Merchant Princes: Collecting Italian Renaissance Paintings in
America’, in A Market for Merchant Princes: Collecting Italian Renaissance
Paintings in America, The Frick Art Gallery, New York
21 October 2010, Rio de Janeiro, National Conference of the Brazilian Art Historians,
Keynote address on ‘CIHA and Globalization’
23 September 2010, Convener of a conference on the comparative nature of
curatorship in China and the West, National Art Museum of China
20 September 2010
‘CIHA and Globalisation’, in XXX Colóquio do Comité Brasiliero de História da
Arte, Rio de Janeiro
7 September 2010: Reaktor to Paul Monk’s Have you forgotten the Command of your
Quin Ancestors? China’s Emerging Hubris and the Challenge to International
Security, the Spring Conversazione, on China, at the Melbourne Club, Melbourne
March 2010: Finders Keepers. The Finding of Moses and Tiepolo. National Gallery
of Victoria.
23 March 2010: Tiepolo’s Banquet of Cleopatra, lecture at the National Gallery of
Victoria
20 March 2010: ‘PAUL SANDBY, TO THE FRIENDS OF THE Hamilton Art Gallery,
evening lecture to the Friends of the Gallery.
14 November 2008
The Annual Lecture of the Australian Academy of Humanities.
21 August 2008
Rethinking Late Style. Conference at Old Canberra House, Research School of
Humanities and College of Arts and Social Sciences, ANU
‘Endgames in Venice: or what happened to Giovanni Bellini and Titian when they
grew old’.
7-9 June 2008
‘”Le Musée Imaginaire” and Museums within Walls’, in André Malraux, His
Philosophy and Art – Temptations of the Orient and Japan, Akita University
International Conference, 2010, pp. 81-95
6-7 January 2007
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Keynote adress, Anapauomenai: Women at Rest and the Problems they pose, for the
Symposium on Titian at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, in connection with
the exhibition on Late Titian.
September 2006
Keynote address, Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, September 2006. The
Giorgionesque Portrait: Representations of Homosociality or the Importance of
Friendship in Renaissance Venice.
September 2005
Keynote address at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, on ‘Painting and Music in
Renaissance Venice,’ September 2005.
24 September 2003
Algarotti e Tiepolo. Collezionismo e mercato d’arte tra Venezia e Dresda nel
Settecento, congress Il Collezionismo a Venezia e nel Veneto ai tempi della
serenissima, convened by Bernard Aikema and Max Seidel, Palazzo Ducale, Venice
21 May 2001
The Critical Reception of Cleopatra in Venetian Art, the Australian Archaeological
Institute in Athens.
April 1995
Women Patrons of the Renaissance, Miegunyah Lecture, University of Melbourne
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10. RELATED ACTIVITIES
29 September 2011
Ron Radford AM and Heidi Victoria, Minister for the Arts, launch the Cambridge
Companion to Australian Art, the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of
Melbourne
National News Programs
ABC 7.30 program, on Renaissance at the National Gallery of Australia,
21 December 2011
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