We are planning a series of regular monthly talks that will take place on the first Tuesday of every month at 11.00 a.m. online via the video conferencing application Zoom.
To enjoy the talks you must have access to a desktop or laptop PC, or a tablet or a smart phone loaded with the Zoom app.
There will be limit to how many members may join this event : registration is required to reserve a place.
2 June 2020
Our first virtual monthly talk takes place on Tuesday 2 June, 11.00 a.m. – 12.15 p.m., when art historian Peter Webb will talk on: Vincent Van Gogh: a personal journal through the places he painted
About Peter Webb
Peter has degrees from Cambridge and London Universities and a Doctorate from the University of East Anglia. After a lectureship at Coventry College of Art, he started teaching the first degree course in England on the subject of The Erotic Arts at Hornsey College of Art in London in 1970 and lectured extensively on related topics at universities and colleges throughout the seventies and eighties. He published his influential book on the same subject in 1975, later reprinted and updated. Subsequently he has written books on Hans Bellmer, David Hockney and Leonor Fini. After Hornsey, he taught at Middlesex University in London, and he retired as Reader in the History of 20th Century Art in 1996.