Since Coronavirus restrictions, I have been giving virtual talks and all of these are now available as recordings, which are sent via WeTransfer. Each talks is approximately one hour long and the charge is £12 per viewer per session.
If you are interested, please contact us and we can arrange to send you the recording. The following titles are available:
Tate Britain – History and Permanent Collection
Every Picture Tells a Story – Literature in Art
Whistler’s Woman in White
The Artist’s Studio
‘Alberto Giacometti and Isabel Rawsthorne, A Conversation’ and Hew Locke’s ‘The Procession’
Sir Joshua Reynolds
The Courtauld Gallery, its history, collection and recent refurbishment
Van Gogh’s Self-portraits
Van Gogh, Gauguin and The Yellow House
Gainsborough’s ‘Blue Boy’
Poussin and Dance
Mixing it Up : Painting Now
Life Between Islands – British and Caribbean Art
Hogarth and Europe
An Overview of British Sculpture
‘Hans Holbein the Younger’
‘Sir Anthony Van Dyck’
‘Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Zanele Muholi’
Public Art in London
Fashion in Art Part 2
‘Kandinsky – The Path to Abstraction’
Scottish Art Part 1
Scottish Art Part 2
‘Dame Barbara Hepworth’
‘Dame Laura Knight‘
‘Aubrey Beardsley’, focusing on Tate Britain’s exhibition.
‘Portraying Pregnancy‘, a look at the exhibition that was on at the Foundling Museum.
‘Antony Gormley‘, a look at the work and career of one of Britain’s most well-known artists.
‘Picasso and Paper‘, looking at the Royal Academy’s exhibition.
‘Dulwich Picture Gallery’ Parts 1 and 2: Exploring the history and some of the highlights of the collection of this little gem in South London.
‘British Surrealism’ exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery.
‘Angelica Kauffman’ Unfortunately the proposed Angelica Kauffman exhibition at the RA was cancelled due to the current pandemic. In order to give her a small slot in the spotlight, this talk covers general aspects of her life and work.
‘Titian: Love, Desire, Death’ at the National Gallery
‘Andy Warhol’ at Tate Modern
The Queen’s House, Greenwich
The History of Greenwich
Barbizon School of French Landscape Painters
Danish Galleries – An exploration of works in three major Danish collections
Danish Art – Examining some key figures and themes from Danish art
Developments in British Landscape Painting
‘A Walk on the Wild Side’ – The Landscapes of John Constable
JMW Turner, ‘Painter of Light’
‘Sin’ – Based on the National Gallery’s 2020 exhibition
Women Artists in the National Gallery’s Collection
Artemisia Gentileschi – based on the National Gallery’s 2020 exhibition
Representations of Women in Victorian Paintings
Nativity Scenes and Christmas Traditions