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College Art Association

Committee Member


CODART Foundation

Member


Education

PhD

Courtauld Institute of Art


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No. 171: Dennis V. Geronimus, Robin Jaffee Frank | The Modern Art Notes Podcast

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They were assisted by Virginia Brilliant, a curator at the Ringling Museum of Art and Elizabeth Walmsley, a conservator at the National Gallery.


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Virginia Brilliant, curator of European art at The Ringling, said the panel on which "The Building of a Palace" is painted "is actually in very stable condition.
We're lucky that we can travel this painting, but we try not to travel it a lot." Brilliant said the painting is "probably the most Renaissance picture in the collection. "You have the palace, and in front of it you have all the building activity," said Brilliant. "It's far and away the best thing in the whole lot," said Brilliant. "It looks like The Ringling," said Brilliant. We're lucky that we can travel this painting, but we try not to travel it a lot."Brilliant said the painting is "probably the most Renaissance picture in the collection.It's painted in the early 16th century by di Cosimo, the wild man painter of the Florentine Renaissance.He's kind of a kook."His paintings are kind of kooky, whimsical, fantastical things you don't often see in Renaissance paintings. It's one of very, very few paintings where the architecture is the subject of a painting."The painting depicts a completed palace in the background (reminiscent of the courtyard of the Ringling Museum itself) while in the foreground a wide range of workers engage in the various processes of construction."You have the palace, and in front of it you have all the building activity," said Brilliant."But why do you have that when the building's already complete? It's process and product all at the same time."The figures in the foreground "are full of detail and the details are often really funny," she said.


THE JOHN AND MABLE RINGLING MUSEUM OF ART | SCALA

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Virginia Brilliant
Virginia Brilliant obtained her PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, and before joining the Ringling she held positions at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Cleveland Museum of Art.


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states Dr. Virginia Brilliant, Curator of European Art at the Ringling Museum of Art.


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Virginia Brilliant, Associate Curator, Ringling Museum of Art


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