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5570174Stories Of Art: Module One: 1250-1400
DateWednesday 20th September 2017 to Wednesday 25th October 2017
DescriptionExplore Medieval and Early Renaissance painting such as the Wilton Diptych, and the art of Duccio, Giotto, and Jacopo di Cione. Stories of art A modular introduction to art history using the Gallery's collection to explore key themes and stories in art. This course is ideal for people with some existing knowledge of art history. The National Gallery Collection reveals many stories about art. Enrich your understanding of them by signing up for this modular course. Gallery experts including curators, conservators, educators, archivists, and scientists will share their knowledge with you; sessions are structured around key themes such as faith, artists' materials, society, and stories. The full course consists of six modules, although each module stands alone: Module one: 1250-1400 (20 September - 25 October 2017). Tutor: Sian Walters Module two: 1400-1500 (15 November - 20 December 2017). Tutor: Sian Walters Module three: 1500-1600 (10 January - 4 February 2018). Tutor: Richard Stemp Module four: 1600-1700 (21 February - 28 March 2018). Tutor: Linda Bolton Module five: 1700-1800 (11 April - 16 May 2018). Tutor: Richard Stemp Module six: 1800-1925 (starts 30 May - 4 July 2018). Tutor: Karly Allen
Time(s)Sep 20, 27, Oct 4, 11, 18, 25, 2pm-4pm
LocationNational Gallery
Price£150, concs £125, mems £100
Telephone No. 02077472885
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National Gallery
AddressTrafalgar Square
London
WC2N 5DN
Telephone No.020 7747 2885
Opening timesDaily 10am-6pm
Wednesday 10am-9pm
(Closing commences 5 mins before time stated)

Closed 1 January and 24-26 December.
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