25 Φεβρουαρίου 2021
|19:00 - 20:30||
In Search of Contexts: The Wall Paintings of the Mycenaean Palace at Pylos Revisited
About the Speaker:
Hariclia Brecoulaki is a senior researcher at the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation at Athens. An archaeologist, she holds a PhD from the University of Sorbonne (Paris I). Her research focuses on ancient painting and the use of color in ancient polychromy. Since 2000 she has been collaborating with the University of Cincinnati on the study of the wall-paintings from the palace at Pylos. Her publications include the books L’esperienza del colore nella pittura funeraria dell’Italia preromana V-III secolo a.C. (2001); La peinture funéraire de Macédoine. Emplois et fonctions de la couleur, IV-IIème s. av. J.-C. , ( 2006); Mycenaean Painting in Context. New Discoveries, Old Finds Reconsidered (co-edited with J. Davis and S. Stocker, 2015); and Archaeology of Colour. Technical Studies in Greek and Roman Painting and Polychromy, (forthcoming 2021).
National Hellenic Research Foundation