Art Historical London runs regular courses and seminars on art and art history, gives private lectures at commercial galleries, and organizes bespoke tours and visits.
We have a team of specialist art historians, many with an educational background, and all passionate about their subject!
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During the early Modern Period (1905-1915) Europe was characterized by an astonishing variety of 'isms' or styles and movements. Cubism, Orphism, Vorticism, Futurism, Neo-Primitivism, Rayism, to name but a few all contributed to the birth of Modernism.
At a time of drastic social change and political upheaval, the conflicts of the First and Second World Wars produced an opportunity for British artists to step out from the shadow cast by continental modern artists and their European traditions. From these catastrophic events, a wave of progressive modern British artists developed unique styles of art to represent the nations fears, hopes and dreams in an unprecedented era of state patronage.
After hybernating over the Winter and doing necessary maintenance, most historic houses re-open during the Spring. Starting in April, after the Easter Holidays, I will be running a series of Private Visits to Historical Houses in SW London.
To celebrate upcoming Carnival as an occasion of public enjoyment and entertainment, we are hosting a one-off one hour lecture on funny and peculiar works of art! Friday 24/2/17, 11.00-12.
The V&A is a treasure trove of interesting works of art, but it is very easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer size of its collection and the maze like feel of the building. This one hour tour will guide through some of its galleries, focussing on German work of art.