Domenico Campagnola and the Rise of Landscape Drawing in Northern Italy

Tobias Nickel

A group of works in the exhibition Invention and Design highlights the new focus on landscape drawing that arose in northern Italy in the early sixteenth century, a phenomenon that coincided with a broader trend of producing finished drawings for a sophisticated new class of collectors. In this lecture, Tobias Nickel, the 2018–19 Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Morgan Drawing Institute and the author of a catalogue raisonne of Domenico Campagnola’s drawing, will explore Campagnola’s work in this context.

The exhibition Invention and Design: Early Italian Drawings at the Morgan will be open for program attendees.

Tuesday, April 2, 12 PM
Tickets: 
$15; free for Morgan Members and for students with a valid ID.

Domenico Campagnola (1500–1564), Buildings in a Rocky Landscape, ca. 1517, pen and brown ink on laid paper. The Morgan Library & Museum, Purchased by Pierpont Morgan (1837–1913) in 1909, I, 59.

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