The Study Day explores Chinese contemporary ink painting and in particular the paintings of the artist Liu Dan which are on display in the Ashmolean Museum until the 26 February. Topics covered include the materials Liu Dan uses and the signification of his calligraphic inscriptions.See more details >
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This interdisciplinary conference at Aberystwyth University aims to explore the connections between word and image in modernist texts. How did modernist artists respond to literary texts? How did writers incorporate visual elements in poetry and prose? And how did modernist texts combine word and image in radical new ways?See more details >
The Courtauld Institute of Art has historically been a centre for both academic research and scholarly exhibitions on Impressionism. ‘Writing Impressionism Into and Out of Art History, 1874 to Today’ seeks to scrutinize Impressionism’s past historiography and trace its possible future in transnational art histories, with particular attention to new directions, approaches, and questions through which to interrogate Impressionism.See more details >
The 2017 International Conference of the British Association for Modernist StudiesSee more details >
Study architecture, art, landscape, and preservation at our internationally acclaimed Summer Schools in Newport, Chicago, and London.See more details >
The Roman landscape painter Nino Costa was one of the most international Italian painters of his time, establishing a circle of English artists who co-founded the Etruscan School of Art. This seminar explores how transnational exchange between artists shaped the distinctive Etruscan-style views of Italy.See more details >
During WW2 a team of over 230 ‘camoufleurs’, including some of the leading artists of the era was assembled to help protect civil installations by creating camouflage schemes which concealed the target. This seminar helps tell their story, where in their leisure time they produced paintings showing their camouflage work.See more details >
Despite being a founding member of the RA, Samuel Wale has remained an elusive figure. Most of his easel paintings have disappeared and many of his works destroyed. As one of the most prolific book illustrators of the day, this seminar will argue his work fosters a new engagement with the past.See more details >
Lecture - Evaporations: Milkmaids in St. James’s Park No More: Dr Lars Kokkonen lectures on Benjamin West
‘Evaporations: Milkmaids in St. James’s Park No More: a lecture by Dr Lars Kokkonen at Spencer House on Monday 14th November 2016 at 6.30pm. Tickets are £10 (+ £1 booking fee).See more details >
The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury Cathedral invite you to a lecture on Light, Space and Time: The History of Stained Glass. A Personal View by Brian ClarkeSee more details >