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European Art History, an introduction to Impressionism

Capturing a fast changing modern life as it unfolded in a way that photography could never became the aim of a group of young artists in Paris. Instant snapshots, full of a new understanding of colours, with new possibilities in paint brought us the Impressionists.

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European Art History, an introduction to Impressionism
European Art History, an introduction to Impressionism

Time & Location

Apr 11, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+1

Online Webinar

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About the Event

This course offers an intensive introduction to the history of European Art and covers paintings, sculpture, architecture, and decorative art. Sessions concentrate on looking and understanding the works within the context they were made and comparing them to how they differ from works made in different time periods throughout Europe. Lessons provide you with an overview of many of the most important movements in art, its key artists, and reference to its historical context.

Note that due to the extent of the  periods covered in this class, there is not always time to go into great depth, and students must expect to come out with a general  understanding of Art History.

Additional information:

  • Mondays from 19.00-20.00 UK time Online
  • The course will last 20 weeks, with an additional overview and summary in week 21.
  • All lectures are stand alone lectures and can be joined individually or as a series. 
  • Talks will be recorded and can be bought separately 
  • Each talk will require authentication to join
  • Handouts will be emailed to all attendents at the end of each talk
  • delivered by Mariska Beekenkamp-Wladimiroff

Still available is our talk on Impressionist artist Mary Cassatt here

the influence of Japan here.

and thew studied spontaneity of Edgar Degas here.

Topics Covered:

Ancient Greece

Ancient Rome

Middle Ages

Early Renaissance 1: Italy

Early Renaissance 2: Northern Europe

High Renaissance 1: I taly

High Renaissance: North of the Alpes

Baroque in Sourthern Europe

Baroque in Northern Europe

Rococo

Classicism

Realism

11/4/22 Impressionism

18/4-2/5/22 EASTER HOLIDAYS

9/5/22 Fin de siecle

16/5/22 Isms of the 20th century 1

23/5/22 Isms of the 20th century 2

30/5/22 Contemporary art 1

6/6/22 Contemporary art 2

13/6/22 Overview of all periods discussed

Please note that once you pay you will get an email confirming your payment. This email will also contain a link for either the individual online lecture you bought, or for all 21 if you bought the series of 21.  If you have not received any emails with link(s), please check your spam or junk folder, or email us - well in advance - and we will manually send it to you.

Please make sure to log on 10 min before the start of the talks.

Lectures will be recorded and can be bought separately after the event has taken place for viewing on demand.

Please note that the currency used on this website is Great British Pounds, however this does not mean you can not pay in your local currency or with your local bank card!

Tickets

  • Individual Lectures

    Please note this ticket buys you entry to one lecture.

    £10.00
  • Creditor

    This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London because they have paid offline in advance. Your sale will be matched with our records, please note that if you have no credit with Art Historical London your entry to the lecture will be blocked.

    £0.00

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