Florian Stilp

Klassische Archäologie, Paris
Aufenthalt: 01.09.2015 - 31.08.2016

Vita

1993–2004 Studies in Classical Archaeology, Art History and Ancient History,

in Freiburg im Breisgau, Rome, Paris, Athens and Oxford

2004–2005 Grant of the Ville de Paris

2005–2006 Reisestipendium of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI)

2006–2008 Researcher at Heidelberg University

2008–2011 Lecturer at the University of Montpellier

2011–2013 Researcher at the German Center for the History of Art (DFK), Paris

2013–2015 Researcher at the Cluster of Excellence (labex) “Pasts in the Present: history, heritage, memory”, Paris – Nanterre

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Greek and Roman art and its viewers, Reception of antique art and architecture.

 

Projektskizze

The reception of Roman portraiture in French sculpture (16th to 19th cent.)

 

My Morphomata research project is concerned with the exploration of the stylistic as well as iconographical references to Roman portraiture made by modern French portrait sculptors (16th to 19th cent.). This phenomenon does not only appear in representations of contemporaries, but also in those of persons of the past. These receptions of antique forms seem to be related to different intentions. To grasp them better, my project intends to assemble a representative number of works permitting various contextualizations. These will be obtained by analyzing all types of information available (especially literary sources related to the commission, the places of exhibition, the remarks of contemporaries, and the biography of the represented person). Due to these ambitious contextualizations, the examination of French portraits inspired by antique forms promises new insights in the afterlife of Roman portraiture.

 

Publikationen (Auswahl)

Books
 

  • L’arc d’Orange. Origine et Nachleben, Les Belles Lettres, Paris, forthcoming.
  • Die Jacobsthal-Reliefs. Konturierte Tonreliefs aus dem Griechenland der Frühklassik. Rivista di Archeologia Suppl. 29, G. Bretschneider, Rome 2006.
  • Mariage et Suovetaurilia. Etude sur le soi-disant « Autel de Domitius Ahenobarbus ». Rivista di Archeologia Suppl. 26, G. Bretschneider, Rome 2001.

 

Articles
 

  • « Scylla l’ambivalente », Revue archéologique 1/2011, p. 3–26.
  • « Odysseus und Penelope – Zwei wiederentdeckte Campanareliefs im Cabinet des Médailles », in: Th. Ganschow – M. Steinhart (ed.), Otium. Festschrift Volker Michael Strocka, Remshagen-Grunbach 2005, p. 367–374.