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!
5 training courses found
During the course of 5 lectures and over 1500 years of German history we will encounter some of the Germans (and their adversaries) that changed the face of the world for ever. Students will certainly be familiar with the likes of Martin Luther, Frederic Handel or Bismarck, but how about Emperor Barbarossa (Redbeard), King Frederick II or the explorer Alexander von Humboldt? Illustrated by the art and architecture of each period, these lectures will give students a comprehensive insight into the making of the German nation and its huge impact on the history of Europe.
The course will offer an intensive introduction to the history of Western Art, concentrating on the fine arts. Sessions will use important Master Pieces to explain and focus on interesting aspects from different historical moments in the arts.
This series of six lectures will begin with an introduction to portraiture by exploring early representations of human likenesses and changes in ideals of beauty through time. It will inform on the ways in which a portrait can be read by recognising and interpreting various signs and symbols, and will focus on specific themes each week, including royal portraiture, marriage portraiture, portraits of children, self-portraiture and portraits of artists.
This 2 hour private guided walking tour at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea will be led by a resident Chelsea Pensioner, giving us unique access to Sir Christopher Wren’s stunning buildings, hear the captivating stories of it's inhabitants - both past and present – and learn about what life is like for today’s veterans at the Royal Hospital.
This five-week course will begin with an introduction to the materials, techniques and processes of sculpture before exploring a range of sculptural works in relation to fundamental art-historical themes such as subject and genre, form and style and social and historical contexts. The course includes a gallery visit.