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04 December 2019PAINTING WINTER: SNOWSCENES IN ART
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07 November 2018A Passion for Fashion
03 October 2018Doctoring, a very fine art
05 September 2018The Making and Meaning of the Wilton Diptych
06 June 2018The Art of Mapping
02 May 2018A Life of Mural Making
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07 March 2018Food, Art, History
01 February 2017CHILDRENS' BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS
07 December 2016"OH, I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE"
02 November 2016CAMOUFLAGE AND THE ART OF DECEPTION.
05 October 2016BEAUTIFUL BRUTALISM, ARCHITECTURE OF THE 60'S
07 September 2016THOMAS HEATHERWICK (DESIGNER)
01 June 2016STORIES IN STAINED GLASS
04 May 2016GAUGUIN'S WOMEN
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02 March 2016The Founders and Treasures of the Wallace Collection.
03 February 2016THE INVISIBLE WOMAN, INTO THE HEART OF DICKENS
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04 November 2015GLAMOUR HOLIDAY
07 October 2015NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU DON'T
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06 May 2015MUSIC, MASONRY AND MANUSCRIPTS.
01 April 2015A POT OF PAINT IN THE PUBLIC'S FACE
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07 May 2014SIR JOHN SOANE AND JOHN NASH, TWO REGENCY RIVALS
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15 February 2014The Magic of Vermeer
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05 June 2013ANCIENT EGYPT....A CELEBRATION IN ART
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03 April 2013VENICE IN 18TH CENTURY LONDON
06 March 2013PAINT IS THE PERSON
06 February 2013Rococo – The Line of Beauty
05 December 2012Charles Dickens and the Imagery of Christmas
07 November 2012Remembrance of Things Past: English Church Monuments
03 October 2012My Day with Salvador Dali
05 September 2012The Tiger in Asian Art
06 June 2012The Great American Collector
02 May 2012Machu Picchu- Beauty and Mystery
04 April 2012The Original Olympic Games: A Visitor’s Guide.
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01 February 2012The Bayeaux Tapestry

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PAINTING WINTER: SNOWSCENES IN ART Stella Grace Lyons Wednesday 04 December 2019

Lecture starts at 2.15 pm

Stella speaks on a range of subjects linked to art history, and her lectures have been described as “a class act: informative, authoritative and delivered with great charm. We shall certainly ask you again. Thank you so much – they all loved it”.  

        Stella Grace Lyons gained her BA in the History of Art with a 1st class in her dissertation from the University of Bristol, and her MA in History of Art at the University of Warwick. She spent a year studying Renaissance art in Italy at the British Institute of Florence, and three months studying Venetian art in Venice. In addition, she attended drawing classes at the prestigious Charles H. Cecil studios in Florence. In 2017, Stella was selected by The Arts Society to lecture at the launch of ‘Drawing Room Discussions’ in association with ROSL ARTS, hosted by Guardian arts correspondent Maev Kennedy. Stella runs her own art history courses and she is also a regular lecturer in the UK and Europe for The Arts Society, National Trust, Contemporary Arts Society Wales (CASW), Classical Education Forum, WEA, and several travel companies. Stella also works as an artist’s model for the internationally renowned figurative artist, Harry Holland.

http://www.stellagracelyons.com