The Life and Work of Albrecht Durer
The National Gallery in London will stage an exhibition of the work of the German born, Albrecht Durer in early 2021.
Ahead of that exhibition, this study day will present a survey of Durer’s life, his paintings and prints.
Angie Smith has a first class honours degree in Art History from Leicester University and a PhD in Combined Historical Studies from the Warburg Institute, London University. She taught at undergraduate level and in lifelong learning for Leicester University for more than a decade until moving to the southwest. She is currently preparing a volume on medieval building accounts for the Oxford Historical Society and has published many articles in scholarly journals as well as several books including A Timeline of Art History. She is an accredited lecturer for NADFAS and regularly leads cultural tours.
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All places booked can be transferred or refunded in the event this course is cancelled. Individuals who are affected by local lockdowns will be able to transfer to an alternative course. All other terms and conditions apply.