Course: PORTRAYING VAN GOGH: BIOGRAPHY, MYTHOLOGY AND NEW RESEARCH [ONLINE].
Organizer: THE COURTAULD.
Speakers: Dr Karen Serres, Dr Martin Bailey, Professor Aviva Burnstock, Dr Hans Luijten, Dr Caroline Levitt, Dr Anne Puetz.
Tickets: £195 (concessions may apply).
Date: Jan 17th 8:00pm UK Time. Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Jan 17th 12:00pm | ET: Jan 17th 3:00pm.
Europe - UK: Jan 17th 8:00pm | CET: Jan 17th 9:00pm.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Jan 18th 4:00am | AET: Jan 18th 7:00am.
"What is left to say on the world’s most famous painter? Coinciding with the first ever exhibition devoted to Vincent van Gogh’s self-portraits across his entire career, to be held at The Courtauld Gallery from February to May 2022, this course seeks to challenge conventional thinking and present new research on Van Gogh. It aims to go beyond the myth to rediscover the man and the artist..."
Click here to view full details and book: https://courtauld.ac.uk/whats-on/van-gogh-online/
As the programme name implies, the series aims to share the latest art-historical thinking, and The Courtauld’s excellence in teaching and research, with the wider public. The lectures are open to everyone over the age of 18, aim for a lively delivery and are given by members of the faculty, by associates and alumni of The Courtauld, and by other eminent scholars.
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