Future Lectures


The Souls - Art in Edwardian England

Sandra Pollard

The Coterie, children of the Souls; an alternative aristocratic way of life in Edwardian England. The Souls, and their children, the Coterie, were a self conscious group of aristocrats who, in the late Victorian and Edwardian period protested against the philistinism of contemporary aristocratic society, preferring personal intimacy, friendship and love of the arts, to field sports and vulgar display.


Scandal, Spite & Shuttlecocks - Wentworth Woodhouse

David Winpenny

Napoleon Bonaparte

Stephen Duffy

Burned, Bombed or Bulldozed - Britain's Lost Houses

Mathew Williams

The Commedia dell 'Arte

Bertie Pearce

Chatsworth and The Devonshires

Simon Seligman

Monuments Destroyed and Damaged due to Troubled Times

Dr. Sam Moorhead

Dame Laura Knight

Harry Fletcher

Those Crazy Years - Life & Art in Paris during the Jazz Age

Linda Collins

Francis Bacon, Ben Nicholson, Graham Sutherland and The Revival of Second World War Art

Dr. N. Watkins

The Living and the Dead - Victorians & Their After-Life

Dr. Suzanne Fagence Cooper