Art History

Art History

Lecturer: Dr Caroline Levisse

Event Hours(1)

  • Tuesday

    10:00 am - 11:30 am

    On Zoom

20 April – Caroline will conclude the current series of lectures on Colour  

 From 27th April, she will start her Summer series on Matisse and Picasso and details of the schedule follow: 

Matisse and Picasso 

27 April – Two Different Personalities and Beginnings  

4 May – Matisse: Fauvism and the Decorative Aesthetic  

11 May – Picasso: Cubism and the Analytical Approach   

18 May – Return to Order and Success 

25 May  Black and White: prints and drawings 

1 June –  half-term 

8 June – Picasso and the War Years 

15 June – Matisse, Jazz and the Cut-Outs 

22 June – Matisse’s Chapel in Venice, and Picasso’s Dove 

29 June – Picasso and the Old Masters 

6 July  TBC

For details on how to join Caroline’s sessions, please contact the Avenue Club Office on 020 8948 8807 or e-mail avenueclub@kewcommunitytrust.org.uk

About the lecturer

Dr Caroline Levisse, an art historian based in London, was born in France where she studied art history before moving to Copenhagen to take up a teaching post. While there, she completed a PhD on the relationship between art and religion in contemporary Scandinavian art.  She then moved to London and started teaching art history with adult education providers. She has since developed a range of courses focusing on 19th and early 20th century Western art and has published articles in both French and English in academic journals as well as magazines and newspapers.


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