Dates: Tuesdays 15, 22 and 29 November 2022
Times: 18.00–20.00 GMT
Location: Online (Zoom Webinar)
Tutor: Dr Chantal Brotherton-Ratcliffe
Description: Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) is one of the most celebrated painters of the 17th century. His paintings overflow with an exuberance and joy in life as he turned his eye to almost every subject during his career. As court painter, he created portraits, mythologies and massive schemes for palaces, as well as creating religious paintings for churches and convents. His domestic paintings – often made for his own enjoyment – include remarkable depictions of his family and the countryside he loved around Antwerp.
The Wallace Collection displays fine examples of all these subjects. Over three weeks, we’ll look at them within the wider context of 17th century art and history, exploring their original meanings and marvelling at the technical brilliance of this outstanding painter.
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 all three 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)||£60|
|Online Course (Concession)||£57|
|Online Course (Members)||£55|