Dr. Charles Cunningham Lecture, The Cult of Raphael: A Legacy Across Time
October 23, 2022
Location: CMA & Online
Join us for a conversation with Ann Dumas, CMA adjunct curator of European art and Andrew Shelton, professor of history of art at Ohio State University. They will discuss the enduring impact of Raphael during the centuries following his death in 1520 at the age of 37. In conjunction with the exhibition Raphael—The Power of Renaissance Images: The Dresden Tapestries and their Impact
, they will explore examples of Raphael’s influence in England, where his tapestry cartoons were preserved, displayed, and copied; and in France, where Ingres, the 19th-century French master, painted numerous versions of Raphael with his mistress.
This program is free with registration.
Unknown artist, after Raphael, Peter Heals the Lame Man at the Temple Door (detail), around 1720. Graphite, red and black chalk on paper. Klassik Stiftung Weimar