Dates: Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 November 2022
Times: 14.00–16.00 GMT
Location: Online (Zoom Webinar)
Tutor: Clare Ford-Wille
Description: Paul Delaroche (1797–1856) is best known for his monumental paintings depicting dramatic moments in history. While the Wallace Collection displays a number of more intimately-sized works by Delaroche, they nonetheless typify his ability to bring history and literature vividly to life.
Featured in the new display, The Lost King: Imagining Richard III, his evocative replica painting of Edward V and the Duke of York in the Tower is our inspiration to take a closer look at this remarkable artist, whose dramatic scene-setting, meticulous detailing and fascinating character relationships demand attention. Why did this French artist represent so much English history and literature? How were his paintings originally received, and where do they fit within the wider context of the history of art?
Joining Information and Format: This course will be taught through Zoom Webinar. Each course session duration is 120 minutes, including a five-minute break and Q&A session with the tutor.
Tickets are for both dates of this course. Ticketholders will be emailed the Zoom link, Webinar ID and Passcode 24 hours in advance of the first course session, which should be retained for accessing both sessions.
Course Recording: This course will be recorded. Within 48 hours of each course session, ticket holders will be emailed a link to view the recording, which will be available for one week only.
Date & Times
|Date||Start Time||End Time|
|Online Course (Standard)||£40|
|Online Course (Concession)||£37|
|Online Course (Members)||£35|