European artists in Britain
This lunchtime talk series explores artists who have worked in Britain, their reasons for coming, and the welcomes they received.
Supported by Elizabeth and Daniel Peltz OBE
Storyteller Fiona Alderton tells the spellbinding Old Testament story of the finding of the infant Moses on the banks of the River Nile.
Find out why Rubens presented this allegory of Peace and War to Charles I in 1630, during the artist's stay in London.
Hear about this double portrait of two French visitors to London, painted in 1533 by Holbein, a German-born artist, who spent much of his life in England.
Learn about Monet's experience of life in London, when he fled the Franco-Prussian war in 1871.