Dr Lisa Beaven

A26 - R.C. Mills Building
The University of Sydney


Curriculum vitae Curriculum vitae

Research interests

  • Art collecting and Patronage in seventeenth-century Rome
  • The Urban environment of Rome in the early modern period
  • Sculpture and touch
  • Baroque and Neo-baroque
  • Landscape painting and the Roman Campagna
  • Travel in early modern Europe
  • Claude Lorrain
  • Art and the Emotions

Current projects

  • Claude Lorrain and the Roman Campagna
  • Digitally Mapping the Roman Campagna
  • Experiencing Space: Sensual encounters from Baroque Rome to neo-baroque Las Vegas

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2014

  • Experiencing space: sensory encounters from Baroque Rome to neo-baroque Las Vegas; Ndalianis A, Beaven L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2013

  • Object and Interaction: Online Teaching with La Trobe Cultural Collections; Beaven L; Office of Learning and Teaching, Australian Government/Innovation & Development.

2011

  • Digitally Mapping the Roman Campagna; Beaven L; La Trobe University/Project Support.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Beaven, L. (2010). An ardent patron : Cardinal Camillo Massimo and his antiquarian and artistic circle : Giovanni Pietro Bellori, Claude Lorrain, Nicolas Poussin, Diego Velázquez. United Kingdom: Paul Holberton Publishing.
  • Beaven, L., Banbury, G. (1996). Landmarks: The Landscape paintings of Doris Lusk. New Zealand: Robert McDougall Art Gallery.

Book Chapters

  • Beaven, L. (2014). Claude Lorrain and La Crescenza: The Roman Campagna in the seventeenth century. In David R. Marshall (Eds.), The Site of Rome. Rome: LErma di Bretschneider.
  • Beaven, L. (2010). E cortesi, erudito, e disinvolto al pari di qualunque altro buon corteggiano. In Mary Hollingsworth, and Carol M. Richardson (Eds.), Possessions of a Cardinal, (pp. 309-327). United States: Pennsylvania State University Press.
  • Beaven, L. (2008). Cardinal Camillo Massimo as Art Agent of the Altieri. In Jill Burke, University of Edinburgh, UK and Michael Bury (Eds.), Art and Identity in Early Modern Rome, (pp. 171-187). United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Conferences

  • Beaven, L. (2012). 'Grave of Graves': The Responses of Grand Tourists to the Roman Campagna. Southern Horrors. The Dark Side of the Mediterranean World seen from Northern Europe and America, 1453-1939, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  • Beaven, L. (2010). The Galleria of Cardinal Camillo Massimo in the Palazzo Massimo alle Quattro Fontane: issues of audience and display. Akten des Internationalen Symposions der Biblioteca Hertziana Rom, Germany: Hirmer Verlag GmbH.

2014

  • Beaven, L. (2014). Claude Lorrain and La Crescenza: The Roman Campagna in the seventeenth century. In David R. Marshall (Eds.), The Site of Rome. Rome: LErma di Bretschneider.

2012

  • Beaven, L. (2012). 'Grave of Graves': The Responses of Grand Tourists to the Roman Campagna. Southern Horrors. The Dark Side of the Mediterranean World seen from Northern Europe and America, 1453-1939, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Press.

2010

  • Beaven, L. (2010). An ardent patron : Cardinal Camillo Massimo and his antiquarian and artistic circle : Giovanni Pietro Bellori, Claude Lorrain, Nicolas Poussin, Diego Velázquez. United Kingdom: Paul Holberton Publishing.
  • Beaven, L. (2010). E cortesi, erudito, e disinvolto al pari di qualunque altro buon corteggiano. In Mary Hollingsworth, and Carol M. Richardson (Eds.), Possessions of a Cardinal, (pp. 309-327). United States: Pennsylvania State University Press.
  • Beaven, L. (2010). The Galleria of Cardinal Camillo Massimo in the Palazzo Massimo alle Quattro Fontane: issues of audience and display. Akten des Internationalen Symposions der Biblioteca Hertziana Rom, Germany: Hirmer Verlag GmbH.

2008

  • Beaven, L. (2008). Cardinal Camillo Massimo as Art Agent of the Altieri. In Jill Burke, University of Edinburgh, UK and Michael Bury (Eds.), Art and Identity in Early Modern Rome, (pp. 171-187). United Kingdom: Ashgate.

1996

  • Beaven, L., Banbury, G. (1996). Landmarks: The Landscape paintings of Doris Lusk. New Zealand: Robert McDougall Art Gallery.

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