Lectures are in the PlayHouse: 10.45 for morning members: 13.30 for afternoon members.

Thursday 21 November 2019

Following in the Steps of Delacroix in North Africa

By Jacqueline Cockburn

Perhaps the greatest French Romantic artist, Delacroix broke the boundaries of art with his exploration of colour and his approaches to subject matter. This lecture follows him to North Africa and we read his diaries in order to understand the experience for an artist in 1830. The lecture concludes by exploring other artists who followed his trail.


About the speaker…

Jacqueline Cockburn is a linguist and art historian with several degrees in languages as well as an M.A. in Art History. She has taught at Westminster School since 1984 and has lectured at Birkbeck. She is now Managing Director of an art tour company and is writing on Goya’s self portraits.