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Courtauld Alumnus Tour: Alma-Tadema – At Home in Antiquity

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Courtauld Alumnus Tour: Alma-Tadema – At Home in Antiquity

Leighton House Museum
London

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Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912) Coign of Vantage, 1895. Collection of Ann and Gordon Getty

Speakers include

  • Peter Trippi (MA 1993)
  • Daniel Robbins, Senior Curator

Organised by

  • Hymie Dunn
Free to members of the Samuel Courtauld Society

Please reply by email to: scs@courtauld.ac.uk or call 020 3751 0541/0551

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Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity explores Lawrence Alma-Tadema’s fascination with the representation of domestic life in antiquity and how this interest related to his own domestic circumstances expressed through the two remarkable studio-houses that he created in St John’s Wood together with his wife Laura and daughters.  His work fixed ideas in the popular imagination of what life in the ancient past ‘looked like’ – ideas and images that were taken to the stage, film and that remain with us today. The exhibition includes important works by Tadema himself, his wife Laura and daughter Anna with loans coming from public and private collections internationally.

Peter Trippi (MA, 1993), co-curator of the exhibition, and Daniel Robbins, Senior Curator at Leighton House, will provide a tour.  

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