ANN: The construction of the image of the Portuguese and Spanish queens the 16th to the 17th centuries

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November 20, 2019
MNAA
Cervantes Institute
Mostra Espahana 2019
Consejeria de Educación - Embajada de España 
CHAM- FCSH / NOVA-UAc

The portraits of the Portuguese queens or the Spanish queens represented the subtleties of their state through their clothing, jewelry, etc ... as well as broader motions related to the representation of specific circumstances such as the ceremonial of each court. Consequently, the queens of the different dynasties were represented in a correlatively different way. A comparative diachronic study allows us to observe the evolution of invariants and variations of the representation, which provides significant materials for the systematic understanding of the cultural historical meaning and value of the real Iberian portrait in the more general framework of the study of forms of western reprsenttion. Within the MOSTRA ESPANHA 2019 Program and in collaboration with the National Museum of Antiga Art, a Spanish-Spanish art history symposium is presented under the scientific committee formed by Annemarie Jordan and Mercedes LLorente, based on different studies on the portraits of the Spanish and Portuguese queens discuss and analyze the construction and evolution of the royal representation of the sixteenth century to the first half of the seventeenth century through the participation of experts in the field.

 

Programa 20 de noviembre del 2019 en el MNAA

 

9:30 Bienvenida por los organizadores

Director del MNAA

Instituto Cervantes - Mostra Espanha 2019

CHAM FCSH/NOVA-UAc

 

9:50-11:20

Sesión 1

Moderador: Álvaro Pascual Chenel

 

  1. Hugo Miguel Crespo (Universidade de Lisboa)

"Vestir para reinar: traje femenino e jóias de corte na Lisboa do Renacimento”

  1. Pedro Flor (Universidade Aberta e Instituto da Arte da FCSH/Nova, Universidade Nova Lisboa)

"Uma Princesa como Rainha: A imagen da Infanta D. Maria de Portugal (1538-1577)

  1. Pedro Amorin (Centro de História - Universidade de Lisboa)

 “Imagens de D. Catarina de Áustria, Rainha Nossa Senhora: Poder, riqueza e devoção

  1. Natalia Horcajo (Investigador independiente)

“Joyas y reinas Hispano-portuguesas: Retratos y documentos”

 

PAUSA

 

12:00-12:30

Sesión 2

Moderador: Vanessa de Cruz Medina

 

  1. Álvaro Pascual Chenel (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

La construcción visual del retrato de las reinas de la monarquía de España en la Edad Moderna”

  1. Carmen García-Frías (Patrimonio Nacional)

“Margarita de Austria, la reina de las Españas, y su imagen retratística”

  1. Inmaculada Rodríguez Moya (Universitat Jaume I)

“Retrato y fiestas: Novias para los Austrias”

 

13:30h – 13:45h

13:45h-15:00h almoço

 

15:00-16:30

Sesión 3

Moderador: Hugo Miguel Crespo

 

  1. Vanessa de Cruz Medina (Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Museo del Prado)

"Retratarse en las Descalzas Reales: Las hijas bastardas de los Habsburgo, autoridad y dinastíal"

  1. Mercedes Llorente (CHAM – Centro de Humanidades FCSH/NOVA-Uaç)

 “Mariana de Austria: Regente, tutora y curadora”

  1. Susana Varela Flor (Investigadora Integrada, Instituto de Historia da Arte, FCSH-NOVA)

 “Representações de D. Catarina de Bragança nas colecções nacionais

 

Pausa

17:00-18:00: Discusión y cierre