History - Looking at Art as Social History: Victorian Narrative Painting, 1 day course
We look at paintings, drawings, fashion plates, cartoons and advertising posters and all is illustrated with PowerPoint slides.
Course aims and areasVictorian narrative painting opens up our view of art, enabling us to see and enjoy it in a totally different way.
Full of symbolism, it exposes features we hardly notice - informing us about the period and its massive social and cultural changes. Artists were painting domestic scenes and 'real life' and were not afraid of controversial subjects which might shock.
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