Three Women Artists: Laura Knight, Doris Hatt, Rosa Bonheur
The course examines the art and lives of three women artists in Britain and France in the nineteenth and early-twentieth century Dame Laura Knight, Rosa Bonheur and Doris Hatt. Laura Knight produced brilliant art over many decades, encompassing the Newlyn School, circus performers and gypsies, and the Nuremburg trials.
Rosa Bonheur was the most successful woman artist of the nineteenth century: A great favourite with Queen Victoria, she painted horses, lions, and even Buffalo Bill! Doris Hatt spent the majority of her life in Clevedon. Recently rediscovered, she fervently embraced European modernism.
Residential Fees From: £348. Non Residential: £233
Dr. Jan D. Cox has been awarded a BA (Hons) by Oxford Brookes University, an MA from Bristol, and a PhD from the University of Leeds. He specialises in nineteenth-century Nordic art and British art of the twentieth century. He is on the tutor board for both Oxford and Cambridge Universities, and has lectured in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Norway, and the UK.
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