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THE ARTS SOCIETY WOLVERHAMPTON

Lectures September- November 2019

Lecturer Daniel Snowman
Daniel Snowman has published over a dozen books on cultural and social history. He is a senior research Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research and has been a Producer at BBC Radio (Features).

MONDAY 14th OCTOBER 2019
GIOTTO
This lecture shows Giotto as the “instigator of the new style”. His painting has a sense of drama through body language, facial expression and clarity in terms of storytelling. The lecturer refers closely to the Arena Chapel in Padua.

Lecturer Alice Foster
Has lectured at Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education, the Ashmolean Museum and the Oxfordshire Museum. Organises History of Art classes in Oxfordshire and Worcestershire.

MONDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER 2019
THE INFLUENCE OF JAPANESE ART ON MANET AND DEGAS

Japanese prints poured into Europe in the early 1860’s and influenced young radical painters. Prints by Hiroshige and Ultimaro greatly influenced the direction painting would take. The lecture explains the impact on such works on Degas and Manet.

Lecturer Oliver Gosling
Trained at the Royal College of Art and exhibits internationally. Has lived and worked in both China and Japan and lectured for Christie’s in Hong Kong on the influence of western contemporary painting on Far Eastern Painting. Lectured at the University of Brighton on fine art painting and Oxford University, Department of Continuing Education on painting techniques.

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