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History of Art: Drawing in the Era of the Pre-Raphaelites

The Pre-Raphaelites are best known for their oil paintings: intensely detailed in the 1850s; romantic and decorative later. But their well known oils are underpinned by a rich seam of drawings and watercolours. These range from studies for details and compositions, through finished saleable works to private and personal ones. Enhance your enjoyment of the Ashmolean loan exhibition with this online course of five lectures.

Speakers: Hilary Underwood & Olive Maggs

25 April
The place of drawing in Pre-Raphaelite practice

2 May
Burne-Jones as a draughtsman

9 May
Drawing in the landscape

16 May
Drawing the Pre-Raphaelite Circle: Portraits, Self- Portraits, Models & Caricatures

23 May
Pre-Raphaelite Narratives: Drawing History and Drawing Modern Life
11am - 12.30pm
Full course £50 | Single lecture £12
Friends: Full course £45 | Single lecture £10
Virtual Event here  
Online, zoom webinar
Mon 25 Apr to Mon 23 May
Contact telephone: 01483813593 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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