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History of Art in Suffolk

  • Location:  Flatford Mill
  • Tutor:  Bill Teatheridge
  • Dates : Friday 01 September 2017 to Sunday 03 September 2017
  • Level: Open for Everyone
  • RESIDENT(SOLE OCCUPANCY): £342
  • RESIDENT(SHARED ROOM): £307
  • NON-RESIDENT: £262

This course is now historical and therefore no bookings can be taken. Explore our current programme of courses here

 

Thank you for your interest in our course. The accommodation at the centre is full, however we work closely with the local B&Bs to offer participants the chance to attend as a non-resident and stay within the local area. If you would like to attend as a non-resident provisionally book your place on the course and then confirm your accommodation. Please follow the link for B&B contact details /media/872062/2016-bb-leaflet.pdf. The non-resident price includes evening meal and packed lunch.

 

This will be a very interesting and stimulating weekend of art history in and around Suffolk. The weekend will focus on three main artists: John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough and Sir Alfred Munnings.
You will have an opportunity to visit various locations used by the artist, view some of their paintings and learn how various techniques were adopted by the artists to complete their work.
The weekend will consist of a series of stimulating lectures, tours and site visits to provide you with an insight to the work of Constable, Gainsborough and Munnings.

Bill Teatheridge is a very enthusiastic and knowledgeable expert on the history of art in area, having recently obtained a PhD in Art History at Essex University where he also lectures on early renaissance art and Botticelli. He now bases a lot of his work with the Munnings collection in Dedham as a curatorial researcher, currently analysing Munnings' drawing techniques and painting compositions. Bill has lived in the area all his life and has an excellent insight and appreciation of the local artists and countryside.

Further Information

About Flatford Mill
Directions to Flatford Mill
History of Art in Suffolk

This course is now historical and therefore no bookings can be taken. Explore our current programme of courses here.

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