Lecture by Fenella Billington - 'Renaissance in Full Bloom'

| Main Arts Lecture Theatre

Lecturer in History of Art at University of Liverpool, Fenella Billington MA will cover the period 1500-1600 in this fascinating lecture. The period ranges between the England of Henry VIII and the France of Francis I. It examines the work of Hans Holbein during his years as Henry's Court Artist and looks at the building of Francis's great chateaux in the Loire Valley. In Italy it was a time of great artistic creativity. The lecture explores works by Michaelangelo and Raphael in Rome, by Titian in Venice and by Palladio in the Veneto. It concludes with a brief look at the celebrated statuary of Giambologna. He was the most famous sculptor in Italy following the death of Michaelangelo and before the advent of Bernini.

Venue information

Main Arts Lecture Theatre

College Road Bangor University Ffriddoedd Rd Bangor , LL57 2EH

Entry details

£19.50 for lecture plus supper in the Terrace Room

£8 for lecture only

Apply to Richard McDermott, 01492 623492

6.30pm

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