Six Paintings from the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna – GI 21 011 (Face to Face)
30 July 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm BST
An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Friday, repeating until 6 August 2021
Tutor: Tammy Ellis BA (Hons) (Lon) BA (Hons) (Surrey)Go to all Courses
Please note: due to unforeseen circumstances, the dates for this course are now Friday 30th July and Friday 6th August. This is different to what has been advertised in our Summer 2021 Brochure.
This course will comprise of a study of six highlights from the paintings collection in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna:
Albrecht Dürer Virgin and Child with a sliced Pear (1512)
Parmigianino Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror (1523)
Hans Holbein the Younger Jane Seymour, Queen of England (1536)
Peter Bruegel the Elder The Return of the Hunters (Winter) (1565)
Peter Paul Rubens Helena Fourment, the Painter’s second Wife (‘The Little Fur’) (c. 1635/40)
Johannes Vermeer The Art of Painting/ The Allegory of Painting (c. 1666/68)
Please note: Due to social distancing measures, face to face classes currently have a capacity of 12 students. We will endeavor to review this number in line with the lifting of Government restrictions.
About the Speaker
Tammy was born in London and raised for some years in the North of England. She returned to her roots in 1982 to attend the University of London to read a degree in French and German and, more importantly, this is where she met her husband.
Whilst languages remain an important part of her life, and she still teaches both French and German up to A level, her main passion is Art History. Tammy has been a lecturer in Art History at The Guildford Institute since graduating from the University of Surrey in 2007. Her main interests lie in 19th, 20th and 21st Century art and her aim has always been to make art accessible and ‘food for the soul’.
Over the past four years Tammy has also been involved in art tours to France, Ireland and Liverpool and has given guided visits of Tate Britain. She thoroughly enjoy the level of interaction that these trips bring. Tammy also lectures privately to groups and gives ‘one-off’ talks on art.
Tammy has three wonderful children, two dogs and a horse and they all keep her very busy! When she does have a moment’s peace, she loves to bake and read books for her book club.
V Café at The Guildford Institute provides a friendly catering service using high quality, fresh, vegetarian and vegan ingredients.
The perfect way to give a treat to someone special who takes real pleasure in learning new things and taking part in great activities.