10.30: Registration, with coffee/tea

11:00-12.45 – Panel 1 – Chair: Caroline Campbell (National Gallery)

11.00: Louise Pullen (Curator of Ruskin Collection, Museums Sheffield)
‘“Mountains in Miniature”: John Ruskin and Geology’ (20 minutes)

11:30: David Russell (Faculty of English, University of Oxford)
‘Ruskin and Pater on the Rocks’ (20 minutes)

11.50: Hugh Haughton (Department of English, University of York)
‘“The dark avenue” and “things occult”: Rossetti, Pater, and Freud on Leonardo’ (30 minutes)

12.20-12.45: Discussion

12.45-1.30: Lunch

1.30-3.20: Panel 2 – Chair: Amanda Lillie (University of York)

1.30: Lene Østermark-Johansen (Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Copenhagen)
‘“The taste for what is bizarre and recherché in landscape”: Walter Pater on the Madonna of the Rocks’ (20 minutes)

1.50: Luke Uglow (Department of History of Art, University of York)
‘Leonardo and the Problem of Nineteenth-Century Connoisseurship: Morelli and Lermolieff or Crowe and Cavalcaselle?”’ (30 minutes)

2.20: Liz Prettejohn (Department of History of Art, University of York):
‘“Thronging it like echoes”: Our Lady of the Rocks and the Rossetti Circle’ (25 minutes)

2.45-3.20: Discussion

3.20-3.45: Coffee/tea

3.45-5.15: Panel 3 – Chair: Jason Edwards (University of York)

3.45: Susanna Avery-Quash (National Gallery, London)
‘The Reception of Leonardo and Lombard Art at the National Gallery in the 19th Century’ (30 minutes)

4.15: David Alexander (Honorary Keeper of Prints, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge)
‘Leonardo’s Reputation in Britain: The Evidence from Prints, 1750-1850’ (30 minutes)

4.45 – 5.15: Discussion moving into Final Discussion

5.15: Drinks