This lecture offers an overview of some of the key moments of the period, covering the work of important artists including Rubens, Van Dyck, Lely and Kneller, as well as examining some of the new genres that were introduced at this time, such as landscape, still life and marine painting. This was a period of incredible change, both in society and art, which produced some of the great masterpieces of British art history.
Includes coffee/tea and biscuits.
This is the 2nd lecture in a series exploring aspects from 500 years of painting. You might also like to consider these lectures:-
Image: Sir Anthony Van Dyck, Self-portrait, 1640-1 © National Portrait Gallery