CAA Annual Conference 16-19 February 2022




It's that time of year again... the first part of the CAA Annual Conference runs from Wed 16th - Sat 19th February 2022! And we're particularly excited about these sessions... 

17th February, noon EST
Adam Eaker speaks on Archive, Object, Image: Reading Against the Grain in the Dutch and Spanish 'Golden Ages'.

Adam Eaker is the author of a forthcoming Illuminating Women Artists series volume on Gesina ter Borch.

18th February, 10 am EST
Carmen Ripolles speaks on Precious Inventions: The Copper Paintings of Josefa de Óbidos.

Carmen Ripolles is the author of a forthcoming Illuminating Women Artists series volume on Josefa de Óbidos

18th February, 10 am EST
Cathy Hall van den Elsen speaks on Pedro Roldán’s Daughters: A Tale of Six Sisters.

Cathy Hall van den Elsen is the author of the first volume in the Illuminating Women Artists series: Luisa Roldán.

18th February, noon EST
Eighteenth-Century Women Artists in Context: Not Apart, but a Part.

Melissa Hyde is co-organiser of the session, and is the series editor of the new C18th tranche of the Illuminating Women Artists series.

Check out the whole programme HERE.
Image: Josefa de Óbidos (Josefa de Ayala Figueira; Spanish-born Portuguese, c. 1630–1684), Reading the Fate of the Christ Child, 1667, oil on copper, 23 × 29 cm. Courtesy of Museum Purchase, Robert H. Tannahill Foundation Fund.