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Fri, Sep 13


Richmond Library Annexe, online & replay

The Femme Fatale in late 19th century art

Who is the femme fatale & why was ‘she’ so popular in fin de siècle Europe? This talk will explore the image & idea of her in art and popular culture. Incl the work of Munch, Klimt, Oscar Wilde and Sarah Bernhardt we think about the attraction and disgust associated with the most corrupted women.

The Femme Fatale in late 19th century art
The Femme Fatale in late 19th century art

Time & Location

Sep 13, 2024, 11:00 PM – 11:05 PM

Richmond Library Annexe, online & replay, Quadrant Rd, Richmond TW9 1DH, UK

About the Event

delivered by Sarah Jaffray

Upon booking an automated email will be send out including instructions on how to join.

A replay will be available for members on our database.


  • Regular

  • Creditor

    This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London because they have paid in advance via banktransfer, cheque or gift voucher.

  • Women, Myth & Power

    This ticket includes the talk: Femme Fatales on the 13th of Sept & the guided museum visit: The Cult of the Virgin Mary on 20 Sept.




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