During the 15th century in Europe, both north and south of the Alps, in Italy, the Netherlands, and Central Europe, there was an extraordinary blossoming of painting, sculpture and manuscript illumination. New ideas from an interest in classical antiquity, to the observation of everyday life and new subject matter, emerged in one of the richest periods in art history, from the frescoes of Fra Angelico and luxuriant oil paintings by Jan van Eyck and Lochner to the intriguing works of Botticelli, Michelangelo and Hieronymus Bosch.
At this first ever Special Interest Day run by The Arts Society Ealing, we shall compare and contrast the work and careers of artists during this fascinating century.
Clare Ford-Wille, our lecturer for the day, is an independent art historian, well known for her courses on European art, architecture and sculpture at the University of London, the Art Fund, the National Trust, the National Gallery and the V&A. Clare also leads art study tours throughout Europe and the USA.
This Special Interest Day is on Tuesday 28th September from 10:30am to 3:15pm at the Ealing Golf Club, Perivale Lane, Greenford UB6 8TS
Tickets cost £35 and include 3 x 1-hour lectures, coffee on arrival & mid-morning and a sandwich lunch.
For more information and to book your ticket, contact: [email protected]
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