barber institute of fine arts
university of birmingham


LUNCHTIME LECTURES

 

 

19 November

Premonitions of Another War: Nevinson’s ‘Problem’ Paintings of the 1930s

Dr Richenda Roberts, University of Birmingham lecturer and curator of Rebel Visions

 

26 November

“Guerra! Guerra!” Music, the Arts and War: 1800-2000

Dan Snowman, Author and Broadcaster

 

3 December

The Artist as Reporter: British War Artists and the First World War

Jo Walton, NADFAS Lecturer

 

4 February

An Open and Shut Case?: An Exploration into Jan de Beer’s Joseph and the Suitors & the Nativity at Night

Pam Cox, Postgraduate Student (2014), University of Birmingham

 

18 February

Venice Through the Eyes of its Artist: Canaletto and Guardi’s Landscape Paintings

Faith Trend, Postgraduate Student, University of Birmingham

 

4 March

Il fiammingo in Italia: Netherlandish artists and the allure of Italy in the 15th & 16th centuries

Jamie Edwards, Postgraduate Student, University of Birmingham

 

18 March

How Many Brueghels Make Four?: The conservation and technical examination of the Barber Institute’s Two Peasants Binding Faggots

Ruth Bubb, Conservator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Giovanni Bellini (about 1430 – 1516)

Saint Jerome in the Wilderness

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Hippolyte Bellange (1800-1866)

The Entry of Bonaparte into Milan

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Domenico Beccafumi (1484 – 1551)

Reclining Nymph (Venus and Cupid)

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