David Young Kim: "Moroni’s Gray Grounds"

May 8, 2019

David Young Kim, Associate Professor, History of Art, University of Pennsylvania

How are we to look at and understand the areas surrounding the sitters in Giovanni Battista Moroni’s portraits? Focusing on gray, the color that predominates these spatial intervals, this talk explores how the walls, pavements, and ledges in the artist’s canvases impact the representation and meaning of the Renaissance human figure.


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