Artists' studios

Date and time

Monday 13 & 20 February, 2–4pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 1

Giles Waterfield


£28/£24 conc./£22 Members/£12 students

Discover the spaces that have inspired Western artists, from the early Renaissance to the present, from Giotto to Gallen-Kallela and from Rubens to Warhol.

This two-day course will give you a sense of what artists' studios have been like, and how they have functioned as places to paint, sell, entertain and, often, live.

Week 1, 13 February

2–2.50pm: The Renaissance artist’s studio
34pm: Artists’ studios in the 17th and 18th centuries

Week 2, 20 February

2–2.50pm: Western artists and their studios in the 19th century
3–4pm: The 20th-century studio

Image above: Detail from Paul Cézanne, Self Portrait, about 1880–1