Portraits are great survivors. Of all the art forms current in the fifteenth century, portraiture is the one that is stioll popular today. This lecture will focus on a range of portraits, some by famous, some by less well known artists, spanning 700 years of Western European painting.
Sarah Kelly graduated in Art History and Italian from Bristol University and holds the Museums Diploa. She has worked at the National Gallery and as a musuem curator at the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath. She lectures on Western European art in France, Belgium and the UK.