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Marked by rapid social, political, and technological change, 1900 and beyond was a rich and diverse time for the arts. This course highlights the most influential movements and individuals engaged with the decorative arts and design during this complex and fascinating period.
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Christine Lalumia is an art and design historian with a particular interest cultural context and the interplay between the fine and decorative arts from the late 19th century onwards. A course leader at the V&A and a consultant lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, she was Deputy Director of The Geffrye, Museum of the Home, London for 21 years.
Enjoyed the online experience very much! I really liked the recorded lectures, so if I had to leave early I could catch up, and re watch lectures if I needed to update my notes. Previous online course student
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5 November 2021 - 10 December 2021
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