Miniatures

Jean-Ètienne Liotard, Empress Maria Theresa, enamel on copper, 62 x 51 cm, Amsterdam Rijksmuseum

 

Publikationen/Publications

Porträt-Miniaturen als interaktive Medien in der höfischen Repräsentationskultur des 18. Jahrhunderts. In: Gertrud Lehnert u. Maria Weilandt (Hg.): Materielle Miniaturen. Zur Ästhetik der Verkleinerung, Würzburg 2020, S. 221-240
https://www.verlag-koenigshausen-neumann.de/product_info.php/info/p9294_Materielle-Miniaturen--Mikrographien-Mikrokosmen-Kultur---literatur--und-medienwissenschaftliche-Studien--Bd--2--ca--240-Seiten--ca------39-80.html


"Telling Objects" - Miniatures as an Interactive Medium in Eighteenth-Century Female European Court Portraits. In: Études Épistémè [En ligne], 36 | 2019, mis en ligne le 23 avril 2020, consulté le 23 avril 2020
http://journals.openedition.org/episteme/5399


Taking the Veil: Miniatures of Royal Widows from the 16th to the 19th Centuries. In: Bernd Pappe, Juliane Schmieglitz-Otten, (eds.): Portrait Miniatures. Artists, Functions And Collections. Petersberg 2018, S. 98-106
https://tansey-miniatures.com/aktivitaten/publikation-celler-tagung-2


Between Representation and Intimacy: The Portrait Miniatures of the Georgian Queens. In: Bernd Pappe, Juliane Schmieglitz-Otten, Gerrit Walczak (eds.): European Portrait Miniatures. Artists, Functions And Collections. Petersberg 2014, S. 27-37
https://tansey-miniatures.com/aktivitaten/publikation-celler-tagung

 

Vorträge/Talks

Patronage 'En Miniature': Eighteenth-Century Portrait Miniatures and Snuff Boxes as Tokens of Royal Patronage and Political Propaganda. From the Ruler’s surroundings to the Nobles Court. Evolution of the Court Environment from the Middle Ages to the End of the 18th Century, Cracow, Wawel Royal Castle, 1–3 June 2022


'Telling Objects' – Miniatures in Eighteenth-Century Courtly Portraits. Portrait Miniatures. Artists, Functions And Collections. International Symposium,  The Tansey Miniatures Foundation, Celle Castle, 20–22 May 2022


Patronage ‘Out-of-the-Box’: Eighteenth-Century Snuff Boxes as Tokens of Royal Patronage and Gift-Giving. Royal Patronage: Material Culture, Built Heritage & the Reach of the Crown. Royal Studies Network 10th Anniversary Conference 2021, Perth, Scotland, 29 June – 2 July 2021


Intimate Tokens and Public Emblems  Portrait Miniatures in Eighteenth-Century European Court Culture. Privacy at Court? A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide within European Courts (1400-1800). International Conference, organised by the Centre for Privacy Studies at the University of Copenhagen and the Society of Court Studies, Copenhagen, 10–12 December 2020


Taking the Veil: Miniatures of Royal Widows from the 16th to the 19th Centuries. 2nd International Conference Portrait Miniatures. Artists, Functions and Collections. The Tansey Miniatures Foundation, Celle Castle, 11–13 November 2016


Between Representation and Intimacy: The Portrait Miniatures of the Georgian Queens. International Conference European Portrait Miniatures. Artists, Functions and Collections. The Tansey Miniatures Foundation, Celle Castle, 25–27 January 2013