Tuesday 12 November 2019
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History of Art

History of Art

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What's it about?

6 sessions


Back by popular demand! Book quickly as this course sells out…


Do you know your Baroque from Rococo? And the Ancien Regime? Ever wondered who created three dimensional paintings and perspective in Renaissance art? And would you like to study Picasso’s painting that changed the art world and started the Cubist movement? Lisa Oxenden-Wray, graduate of the Cortauld Institute of Art will take you on a visual journey of the earliest known Lascaux Cave paintings through the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism to Surrealist Marcel Du Champs’ controversial “urinal” up to today’s New Artists, such as Damien Hirst.


Join Lisa on her course for an informative and exciting journey through the history of art. Perfect for those with a practical knowledge of art, as well those interested in the historical aspect, this course will broaden your artistic horizons and maybe even inform your own work.

When is it?

Monday 11th November - Saturday 16th November

STARTS: 6.00 pm

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