Module six: 1840–1925
Join National Gallery experts for a lecture-based course using our collection to explore key themes such as faith, artists’ materials, society, and stories in art.
Special tour option
People enrolling onto the entire module have the option of also purchasing 60-minute Gallery tours of relevant paintings held after each week's session. (4.15–5.15pm).
Places are limited.
Jenny Graham is an Associate Professor in Art History at the University of Plymouth. She is author of 'Inventing Van Eyck: The Remaking of an Artist for the Modern Age' (2007). She is now working on a second book entitled 'Afterlives: Giorgio Vasari and the Rise of Art History in the Nineteenth Century'.
Stories of art
The full Stories of art course consists of six modules, although each module stands alone.
Stories of art is ideal anyone looking for an introduction to art history or who wants to consolidate their knowledge of paintings from about 1250 to 1925.
We provide optional exercises for those who are interested in additional study.
Stories of art takes place on the following Wednesdays