Flowers and fruit, flesh and fish, pots and pans, hourglasses and skulls are all key components of the genre of Still Life.

This series of illustrated talks will trace the development of both the integrated and independent still life from its origins in classical Greece and Rome to its contemporary re-invention in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

  • This series of ten lectures takes place each Tuesday from 11am to midday from 25 September to 4 December 2018.
  • Location: Lecture Theatre.
  • Tickets: £50 per adult (£40 concession).
Still Life, Joseph Denovan Adam, 1888