Sneak Peek


This class runs for a whole term, during lunch time. We will cover some of the most famous and highly regarded paintings in the world. This gives you the chance to see highlights from galleries across the world, and across the different art historical periods.

Our date include: 14/11 Portrait of Madame de Pompadour at her Tambour Frame. 21/11 Religious Procession in Kursk Province, Repin. 28/11 Harlequin's Carnival, Joan Mir. 5/12 Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace & Hummingbird, Frida Kahlo. 12/12 Rosetta Vase, Perry.

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What you need

Equipment: Just bring yourself!

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Anytime Booking

This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!

You need to be a group of 3 - 5

Available on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Between 10:00 and 20:00

TW1, Richmond upon Thames (address might differ to one shown in the map below)

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Did you know?

Picasso could draw before he could walk and his first word was the Spanish word for pencil.

Find your way there

Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham, United Kingdom

Ratings & Reviews

5 ( 2)

Art History: A Master Piece A Week

What a wonderful experience, the teacher was great and made it really memorable.

Been on 8 EmptyChair workshop(s)

Art History: A Master Piece A Week

Slightly out the way, but very informative. Mariska is incredibly passionate about her work, which is very nice to see.

Been on 8 EmptyChair workshop(s)

The Host

Freelance Art Historian and PTLLS-accredited lecturer who, together with a team of dedicated art historians, runs regular programs on art and art history, gives private lectures at galleries and museums, and teaches on the public program of the Dulwich Picture Gallery and Orleans House Gallery.

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