Fine Art Society Lectures
Now accepting lecture bookings for 2019, 2020 and beyond.
If you would like a slide lecture for your local fine art society on a variety of subjects ranging from early Renaissance to Impressionism, this can also be arranged at £400.00 for a one hour lecture. My lectures are given in the PowerPoint format only, and although I can supply my own laptop, I would require the society to have their own digital projector that I can connect to.
Leslie Primo has worked at the National Gallery in London for 16 years, and has also taught a variety of art history course at Reading University, including: Medieval to Renaissance (a survey course), Reading Pictures – The Hidden Stories in Art (a course on iconography) and Masters of the Renaissance – Leonardo and Michelangelo.
Leslie Primo currently lectures at the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, and teaches a variety of art history courses at the Imperial College, London, City Literary and Bishopsgate Institutes in London, including: A art history survey course called Styles in Art (spanning art from Byzantium to Victorian painting), The Mirror of Nature (looking at 17th Century art and Culture), The Renaissance and Beyond, Introduction to the National Galley and Introduction to the National Portrait Gallery, Introduction to Western European Art and many more.
Leslie Primo’s lecturing repertoire and subject areas include: Early Renaissance painting, High Renaissance painting, Baroque and Mannerism, 17th, 18th and 19th century artists such as Seurat, Monet and Cézanne, which also encompasses Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. This also includes many slide lectures across all these subject areas, such as Reynolds’s Portrait of Omai, lectures on the Lunar Society, lectures on the Court of Charles I, and Leonardo’s Portraits and Madonnas.