England's Renaissance: Art and Design under the Tudors
- Where:Seminar Room One, Sackler Centre
4 WEEK SHORT COURSE: Explore how Renaissance art affected Tudor England as Henry VIII’s lavish expenditure attracted artists from across Europe including Holbein from Germany and sculptors from Renaissance Italy.
Revolutionary new ideas swept into Elizabethan England in painting, architecture, interiors, decorative arts and portrait miniatures set into exquisite lockets of goldsmith’s work. See how the functions and meanings of these objects were intended to glorify the Tudor regime.
Led by Dr Richard Williams, V&A Year Course Director
Fridays 18 January - 8 February, 11.00-15.00
£225, £200 concessions