Events

Slow Art Workshops during London Art Week (June 30-July 7) and beyond

 

As numbers are limited, it is essential to pre-book

 

Tuesday, June 20 – Every Object Tells a Story: the Indus Valley, with Professor Osmund Boperachchi, Oliver Hoare, 5 Cromwell Place, SW7, 9.30-11am

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Tuesday, June 27 – A Queen’s Picture: Guido Reni’s Two Bachhantes, with Flavio Gianassi, Moretti Fine Art, 2a-6 Ryder Street, SW1, 5-6pm

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Thursday, June 29 – Reading the Paper: Old Master drawings as art works and objects, with Gregory Rubinstein, Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street, W1, 9-10am

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June 29-July 5 – Short daily workshops offered on a first come, first served basis at Masterpiece, South Grounds, The Royal Hospital, Chelsea. On the stand of JLT Specialty, 6pm

www.masterpiecefair.com

 

Friday, June 30 – Coercing the lingering look in graphic art from the renaissance to now, with Hugo Chapman and Isabel Seligman. British Museum, Prints and Drawings Study Room, WC1, 5.30-6.30pm

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Saturday, July 1 – A Florentine Medley, a touch of Rome: paintings and sculpture, 16th-19th century, with Jonathan Mennell, Trinity Fine Arts, 15 Old Bond Street, W1, 11am-12am

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Saturday, July 1 – Medieval badges and pendants, c1300-1500, with Redmond and Roland Finer, 38-39 Duke Street, SW1, 11am-12am

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Saturday, July 1 – Giorgio Morandi, with Benedict Tomlinson, Robilant + Voena, 38 Dover Street, W1, 12am-1pm

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Saturday, July 1 – Gilded Histories: Uncovering stories of Georgian giltwood furniture, with May Geolot, Mackinnon Fine Furniture, 5 Ryder Street, SW1, 2-3pm

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Saturday, July 1 – Canova and his Legacy, with Dino Tomasso. Tomasso Brothers, 67 Jermyn Street, SW1, 3-4pm

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Sunday, July 2 – The visceral image: representing faith and redemption in late medieval Spain, with Matthew Reeves, Sam Fogg, 15D Clifford Street, W1, 12am-1pm

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Sunday, July 2 – Giorgio Morandi (back by popular demand)), with Benedict Tomlinson, Robilant + Voena, 38 Dover Street, W1, 12-1pm

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Sunday, July 2 – Turner’s Ehrenbreitstein: The Byron Legacy, with Julian Gascoigne, Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street, W1, 2-3pm

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Sunday, July 2 – Looking at neo-Classical Drawings, with Dr Jonny Yarker, Lowell Libson Ltd, 3 Clifford Street, W1, 3-4pm

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Monday, July 3 – What makes a photograph valuable? Gemma Barnett, The Photographers’ Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, W1, 6-7pm

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Monday, July 3 – British Watercolours – how to read them, with Huon Mallalieu and Karen Taylor, Illustrationcupboard Gallery, 22 Bury Street, SW1, 6.30-7.30pm

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Tuesday, July 4 – ‘Elephants, Deities and Ashoka’s Pillar: Coins of India from antiquity to the present’, coin handling session for blind and partially sighted adults led by curators and staff. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2.30-4.15pm

Book at education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

 

Wednesday, July 5 – Where we are and where we have been: ancient and modern art close up, with Paul O’Mahoney, Kallos Gallery, 14-16 Davies Street, W1, 4-5pm

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Thursday, July 6 – Tiepolo Unframed, with Stephen Ongpin. Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, 6 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street, SW1, 6-7pm

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Friday, July 7 – Looking at Guercino drawings, with Dr Catherine Whistler, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 4-5pm.

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Friday, July 7 – Tiepolo Unframed (back by popular demand), with Stephen Ongpin. Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, 6 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street, SW1, 5-6pm

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Thursday, July 13 – Relax with paintings, with Jo Rhymer, National Gallery, WC2, 2-3pm

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August 2 – ‘Elephants, Deities and Ashoka’s Pillar: Coins of India from antiquity to the present’, coin handling session for over eights led by curators and staff. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2.30-4.15pm

Book at education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

 

Wednesday, August 16 – ‘Elephants, Deities and Ashoka’s Pillar: Coins of India from antiquity to the present’, coin handling session with curators and staff. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2-3pm

Book at education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk