Discover a range of stunning and informative courses on art history and architecture at Dillington House.
Presented by a range of experienced and approachable tutors, these courses are designed to develop a greater appreciation of art and it's heritage in the student.
From picturesque timber-framed houses to great monuments like St Paul’s Cathedral, Tudor and Stuart architecture is some of the most impressive...Course Details Booking Enquiry
With the continuing development of the mechanisation of printing throughout the nineteenth century, the stage was set for one of the greatest outpourings...Course Details Booking Enquiry
Only the Czech Republic can match England in numbers and quality of its country houses. Many were built by the Catholic Ascendancy who carved up the...Course Details Booking Enquiry
In this second of two courses investigating late nineteenth century British and European Art we focus on the 1880s. In France, Impressionism was being...Course Details Booking Enquiry
Since antiquity, artists have been fascinated by the human body and dancers represent the ultimate refinement of the human body in motion, so it is...Course Details Booking Enquiry
European culture is often defined by so-called ‘masterpieces’ in art. Works of art that act as supreme examples of the artist’s skill...Course Details Booking Enquiry
In 1851 the Great Exhibition in London, saw the development of a worldwide phenomenon of the greatest cultural, political and social importance. From...Course Details Booking Enquiry
Édouard Manet: The man who answered the call of Baudelaire to paint modern life. Key paintings include ‘Olympia’ and ‘A Bar...Course Details Booking Enquiry
This course examines the lives and careers of women painters and sculptors who worked in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. We will consider the...Course Details Booking Enquiry
What is art? What is the difference between Tracey Emin’s My Bed and Botticelli’s Primavera? Have we reached a stage where almost anything...Course Details Booking Enquiry