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November 18, 202112:30-1:30 p.m.Via Zoom: https://udel.zoom.us/j/98532237484
Cécile FromontAssociate Professor, Yale University, Department of Art History
In this talk, Cécile Fromont considers the paintings through which
Carlos Julião, an Italian-born officer of the Portuguese military,
formed a portrait of the late 18th century Portuguese colonial empire.
Taking a cue from the juxtaposition of topographical views, plans, and
people in the images, Fromont examines Julião’s visual project through
the lens of mapping as understood in its literal dictionary definition
of a two dimensional “visual representation that shows the relative
position of the parts of something.” In Julião’s visual geography, the
physical and social space of Empire is measured not by kilometric
distance but by political, societal, and commercial relations.
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