Painting and Patronage Feature This course will examine the popular painting of middle class leisure and modern life that developed as a response to the social conditions, new patronage, technology, industrialisation and commercial culture in 19th century England. Also to be considered is the development of the Neo Gothic and Medievalism promoted by John Ruskin and the Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood and William Morris. There will be a Gallery Visit to Tate Britain and The William Morris Museum.

Date/Time
Tuesday 25 April 2017 - Tuesday 23 May 2017
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Sessions: 6

Price
Full price: £75.00
Concession rate (if available):
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Location
Brighton Junction

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