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19 May 2020ONLINE LECTURE by Nicola Moorby
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08 April 2019Foreigners in London 1520 - 1677: The Artists that changed the course of British History
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14 January 2019The Jewel in the Crown: Sir Edward Lutyens and the Building of the Viceregal Lodge
10 December 2018Giles: his life, times and cartoons
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ONLINE LECTURE by Nicola Moorby Nicola Moorby Tuesday 19 May 2020

For online lecture visit www.connected.theartssociety.org

 

An independent art historian specialising in British art of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

 

Nicola studied at the University of York and Birkbeck College, London. Formerly a curator at Tate Britain she has curated a number of exhibitions and has published widely on J.M.W. Turner, including contributions to the forthcoming online catalogue of the Turner Bequest. She is also co-editor and author of How to Paint Like Turner (Tate Publishing, 2010). In addition, she has published on Walter Richard Sickert and is co-author of Tate's catalogue of works by the Camden Town Group.