Fri, Feb 05|
Symbolism in Art: Allegories
An Allegory is a figurative representation of an abstract idea. The iconography used to represent these ideas were know to audiences for centuries until we lost the ability to read them. This one hour lecture will look at some very important ones.
Time & Location
Feb 05, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT
About the Event
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- No microphone or camera are needed
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NB 11.00 UK = 12.00 Amsterdam = 6.00 New York = 19.00 Hong Kong
10 GBP = 11.50 Euro = 15 USD = 106 HKD
A recording will be made of this event and can be bought separately after the event has taken place.
This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London because they have paid offline. 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