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The Life and Works of Félix Vallotton (1865–1925) – GI 19 602

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8 January 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Wednesday, repeating until 15 January 2020

Tutor: Tammy Ellis BA (Hons) (Lon) BA (Hons) (Surrey)

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Date: 8 January 2020
Time:
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Length of Course:
2 Wednesdays
From:
08 January 2020
To:
15 January 2020
Cost for Course:
£28.50 - £34.25
Cost:
£28.50 – £34.25
Reference Code:
GI 19 602
Location:
Ward Street
Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH

Overview

Following on from the successful Royal Academy exhibition, ‘Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet’ in 2019, we shall study the life and works of this unusual Swiss-born artist who would go on to join Edouard Vuillard and Pierre Bonnard in the ‘Nabis’ group of painters. His works ranged from compelling portraits to dreamlike landscapes and his shadowy, uneasy interior scenes would be echoed in the works of Edward Hopper later in the 20th century. Vallotton was also acknowledged as one of the greatest printmakers of his era.

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The Life and Works of Félix Vallotton - GI 19 602

Felix Vallotton. The Visit, 1899. Tempera on cardboard. 55.5 x 87 cm. Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland.

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Tammy Ellis

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.

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