The National Gallery of Art
Art & Culture Travel in London
London is our home town so we have an intimate knowledge of all the major art galleries and many of the smaller, more specialist galleries, as well as selected sites of architectural interest.
Jacqueline delivers lecture series and individual lectures on behalf of a range of arts-related organisations in London, including The Victoria and Albert Museum, Christies Education, The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS), the London Art History Society, the Chelsea and Kensington Womens' Club, The Independent Art History Society, the Anglo-Hispanic Society, The Art Study Circle and a number of university and school art history departments. The lectures are, wherever possible, linked with guided visits to galleries and other locations to see the relevant art and architecture 'in the flesh'.
She also writes on the subject of art history and has contributed articles to a number of publications.
Come and fill these seats! Here are a few of the courses I am involved with over the coming months. Click on links!
Jacqueline remains busy over this New Year with a number of private and public teaching projects. You have to be members for some of her courses, but there are other public ones you can join. Just click on the highlighted links in the text for more details.
At the V&A she has just finished a course of 10 weeks on 'Al Andalus to the Golden Age' with a wonderful group of excellent lecturers and specialists in Spanish Art who she invited to join her. She is also teaching on the delightful course entitled ‘European Art and Innovation’. Next Autumn the course on Spanish Art will be called Goya to Picasso and Beyond and will run on Tuesday afternoons. It is likely to be very booked.
The course at Christie’s Education is now on a Monday night and is called The Fundamentals of Western Art History ', People are welcome to join from 6-7.30 at 42 Portland Place Marylebone London, W1B 1NB to follow the course, which leads up to 'Contemporary Art' next summer. The course can be certificated if that is of interest.Phone +44 (0)20 7665 4350 to see if there are still places.
On a Thursday morning in the wonderful venue of Grace of Belgravia the course is on Neoclassicism to Contemporary Art. It is called The Stories of Art. Ring the club to see if there are any places left.
At the Kensington And Chelsea Women's Club, if you missed the V and A course, come for 'The Flowering of the Golden Age of Spanish Art' starting in January. Held in the beautiful East India Club if you are interested join KCWC.
Of course all of the above stops when she travels to Australia to deliver 20 lectures for The Arts Society around the Sydney area but she will be back late March and will let you know what is on then.
Phone: 07947 462130