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Explore the transition from Gothic to Renaissance from the innovations of Van Eyck in Flanders to those of early Renaissance Florence, alongside the V&A’s spectacular collections of late medieval textiles and renaissance sculpture.
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Dr Paula Nuttall is an art historian specialising in the Renaissance and has taught on the V&A Academy’s Medieval and Renaissance course since its inception in 1993. She studied at The Courtauld, writing her PhD on artistic relations between the Netherlands and Italy, on which she has published widely.
Please keep doing these online lectures as it has enabled me to do the impossible! Attend lectures at the V&A which I otherwise could not get to, with lecturers with astounding expertise and with like minded people. Previous online course student
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11 January 2022 - 29 March 2022
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Open 9.30 - 17.30, Monday to Sunday (closed 24-26 December)