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The Three Kings: Epiphany in art

Members' talk and Q&A

Isaac Nugent explores representations of the Three Kings in our collection
Date
Thursday, 4 January 2024
Time
5 - 6 pm GMT
Available online only
Audience
Members

About

As the Epiphany draws near, join art historian Isaac Nugent as he explores fascinating representations of the Three Kings in National Gallery paintings. 

After the talk, Isaac can answer any questions you may have in a live Q&A.

Image: Detail from Sandro Botticelli, 'The Adoration of the Kings', about 1470-5

Your speaker

Isaac Nugent is a Cultural and Intellectual Historian. He teaches A Level Art History with Art History Link-Up, an educational charity that provides free Art History courses for sixth form and secondary school students attending state schools. He has a keen interest in Early Modern Europe (1350-1750), a place where powerful ideas were born that continue to shape our world today.
Talks & conversations

The Three Kings: Epiphany in art

Members' talk and Q&A

Isaac Nugent explores representations of the Three Kings in our collection
Date
Thursday, 4 January 2024
Time
5 - 6 pm GMT
Available online only
Audience
Members

Free for Members

This is an online event, exclusive to Members, hosted on Zoom. 

Members, please book your free ticket to access this event. You will receive an E-ticket with instructions on how to access your online events, films and resources via your National Gallery account. Only one ticket can be booked per account.

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