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Exploring themes such as landscape, figuration and conflict, this series of illustrated lectures will trace the development of twentieth century Irish art and its relationship with international art. 

Making reference to key artists and paintings in the collection of the Ulster Museum, it will examine how cultural, political and historical conditions such as education and travel, aesthetics, nationalism, gender and ideology have affected artistic creation in Ireland.

  • The ten lectures will run from Tuesday 18 January through to Tuesday 29 March 2022.
  • Lectures will start at 11am and run for one hour, finishing at around 12noon.
  • Tickets cost £50 (£40 concession) for the series of ten lectures.

Please note: there will be no lecture on Tuesday 15 February 2022.

Image: BELUM U325: Mainie Jellett Painting 1938, Ulster Museum Collection

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