This 8 week course looks at the development of the early Newlyn School artists from their origins and education in the academies and ateliers abroad, their different approaches to painting including: Social Realist portraits, plein air landscapes and seascapes and fantasy costume dramas.There is also a focus on women artists who pioneered the way for others to follow in their footsteps.The fame the Newlyn artists achieved at home and abroad in the 1880s and ’90s and the significance of the founding of Newlyn Art Gallery is also included.
Artists covered in this course include:
- Frank Bramley
- Frank Bourdillon
- Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes
- Winifred Freeman
- Norman Garstin
- Thomas and Caroline Gotch
- Fred Hall
- Henry Scott Tuke
- William Wainwright
- and many more
A list of artists included in each lecture and a Further Reading list will be sent via email with the links to each lecture for you to watch on YouTube once you have paid.
Cost: £80 for all 8x 1 hour lectures. Pay with PayPal.
Or buy the individual lectures below for £12 each.
If you prefer to pay by cheque or BACS please email Catherine
Image credits: Lecture 1. Group of Artists in Newlyn c. 1884 (photo), Lecture 2. Walter Langley, Lecture 3. C.N.Hemy, Lecture 4. Frank Bramley, Lecture 5. H.H.Robinson, Lecture 6. Elizabeth Forbes, Lecture 7. Fred Hall, Lecture 8. Interior of Newlyn Art Gallery c. 1900 (photo)