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Malcove Collection Series

The Malcove Collection Lecture Series presents topics relating to as well as focussing on new research into the Malcove Collection. Over the course of 50 years, Dr. Lillian Malcove (1902-1981) developed a collection of over 500 objects, comprised of paintings, drawings, furniture, icons, manuscripts, and textiles, as well as sculptural objects in a diversity of materials, spanning a vast range of art history from prehistory to the 20th century.

Close up of byzantine style painting of four priests

Monthly Docent Tours: Malcove Collection

January 19, 2020–April 6, 2020

Wooden cross

A 16th Century Italo-Byzantine Cross

April 10, 2014–April 10, 2014

Dan Donovan

A Collector and his Collection: the Donovan Collection at St. Michael’s College

February 18, 2010–February 18, 2010

Painted church in Bucovina

Romania Renaissance:  Bucovina’s Painted Churches

March 4, 2009–March 4, 2009

Wooden cross

A Wooden Cross in the Malcove Collection

March 6, 2007–March 6, 2007

Depiction of St. Nicholas

Sweetmeats and Rod: The Story of Saint Nicholas

December 5, 2006–December 5, 2006

Sign for Art Museum in the University College Quad

The Iconographer’s Workshop

November 17, 2006–November 17, 2006

Art Museum gallery from outside

The Making of an Icon

November 15, 2006–November 15, 2006

Byzantine art on display

Reconstructing a Fifteenth-Century Desk

April 5, 2005–April 5, 2005

Byzantine art on display

Malcove Spring Lecture Series:  Byzantine Art, Now and Then

March 15, 2005–March 15, 2005

Prayerbook page with decorative flours and coloured accents

Pondering the Periphery in a later 15th Century Prayer-Book(?)

March 30, 2004–March 30, 2004

Gold portrait of cardinal

A Passing Likeness – Portraits from the Malcove Collection

March 25, 2004–March 25, 2004

Three women at a tomb facing an angel figure

Maybe Memling: A History of Art and Conversation

February 3, 2004–February 3, 2004

Depiction of St. Nicholas

Sweetmeats and Rod: The Story of Saint Nicholas

December 9, 2003–December 9, 2003