Fruto de la colaboración entre la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico y el CCHS-CSIC son estas jornadas con las se pretende realizar un acercamiento al arte románico desde distintos puntos de vista. Para ello contaremos con destacados especialistas procedentes de diferentes universidades y centros de investigación.
El románico español es uno de los más ricos de Europa, no sólo por la cantidad de testimonios conservados sino también por la calidad de muchos de ellos. En este variado y extenso catálogo de obras sobresalen algunos edificios con particularidades propias y específicas que los hacen singulares dentro del panorama general del estilo. Estas segundas jornadas se contemplan como una segunda parte o continuación de las celebradas el año pasado. En esta ocasión hemos seleccionado cinco grandes edificios románicos y una muestra de las principales obras de esmalte conservas en nuestro país.
Al igual que en la anterior edición, su estudio correrá a cargo de destacados especialistas en arte románico que tratarán de ofrecer una puesta al día sobre estas obras maestras, así como dar respuesta a las incógnitas que todavía presentan muchas de ellas, siempre desde metodologías y enfoques actualizados.
El curso va dirigido a todo tipo de público, desde estudiantes universitarios a entusiastas del arte románico en general.
15.30 h.: Acreditación y entrega de material a los asistentes
16.00 h.: Presentación e inauguración de las jornadas
16.15 h.: Isidro G. Bango Torviso (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Los inicios del románico pleno en los reinos peninsulares. La catedral de Jaca
17.15 h.: María Teresa López de Guereño (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) San Salvador de Leire: del monasterio hispano a la gran fábrica benedictina
18.15 h.: Coloquio
16.00 h.: Therese Martin (CSIC-Instituto de Historia) San Isidoro de León: templo y tesoro
17.00 h.: José Luis Senra Gabriel y Galán (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) Guerra y paz en San Martín de Frómista: a la búsqueda de su contexto histórico-artístico.
18.00 h.: Coloquio
16.00 h.: Marta Poza Yagüe (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) Un castillo para un rey. Fases, promotores y talleres del conjunto religioso-militar de Loarre
17.00 h.: Mª Luisa Martín Ansón (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Esmaltes en el románico hispano: obras maestras y centros de producción
18.00 h.: Coloquio 18.30 h.: Clausura
Sede del CCHS-CSIC (C/ Albasanz, 26-28, Madrid). Metro: Línea 5, Ciudad Lineal y Suanzes
Matrícula ordinaria: 85 €
Matrícula reducida: 70 € (estudiantes universitarios, Amigos del Patrimonio, Amigos del Románico y los asistentes a otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real en 2020).
Hasta el 26 de octubre de 2020
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