Anthony Van Dyck; Transforming British Portraiture, by Catharine MacLeod - SOLD OUT
- The Wallace Collection |
- Talk |
- Thursday 19 November 2015 - 14:30 until 15:30
This Autumn's series of lectures looks at portraiture through the ages.
Catharine MacLeod discusses the arrival of the Flemish artist Anthony van Dyck in England in 1632. It was arguably the most significant event in the history of British portraiture. In less than ten years, he transformed painting in Britain, introducing elegant, animated new poses, executed in a broad, painterly style that continued to dominate British portraiture until the 20th century.
You may also like to consider these lectures in the series:
- Changing Face of Portraiture during the Renaissance
- Goya: The Portraits
- The Modern Self-Portrait: From Scarcity to Ubiquity
- Invention and Re-Invention: Gauguin’s Portraits and the Myth of Paradise
This event has been organised by the London Events Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.
Hertford House, Manchester Square London W1U 3BN