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Past Special Interest Days

John Constable Thursday 9 March 2017 (Booking on Thursday 19 Jannuary)

Lecturer: Sue Jenkins

Nature and Naturalism - The Suffolk Landscapes and Portraits of Thomas Gainsborough, John Constable and Sir Alfred Munnings

This Study Day will mainly explore the landscape of Gainsborough and Constable who were both born in Suffolk, looking at how their upbringing laid the foundation for their subsequent work.  For Gai

Hokusai Thursday 22 June (Booking Thursday 20 April)

Lecturer: Marie-Therese Barrett MA

The Arts of Japan and Europe: Fascinating Parallels and Contrasts throughout History

This survey of Japanese art throughout history, from pre-history to the 19th century, reveals surprising similarities and fascinating contrasts with Western art of the same period.  Japanese approa

Queen Elizabeth Thursday 2 November (Booking 21 September)

Lecturer: Leslie Primo BA MA

Foreigners in London 1520-1677: The Artists that Changed the Course of British Art

This Study Day will look at why foreigners were preferred by the aristocracy in London to native-born painters and why foreigners came in the first place, what was their motivation and what was the

David Phillips Tuesday 13 March (booking Thursday 18 January) Venue: The Finlay Suite, Phyllis Court Club Begins at: 10.30 a.m.

Lecturer: Mr David Phillips

Connoisseurs’ Conundrums – Fine Art Forgery

In this enthralling look at the difficulties facing the professional art historian, David Phillips will take us behind the scenes of the museum world to help us understand the issues and controvers

Mary Alexander Thursday 7 June (booking Thursday 19 April) Venue: The Finlay Suite, Phyllis Court Club Begins at: 10.30 a.m.

Lecturer: Ms Mary Alexander

New York New York – A Virtual Day Trip
 Join us on this much acclaimed ‘time travel’ virtual tour of New York with art historian and Arts Society favourite Mary Alexander.