- Thu 15 April - Thu 13 May 2021
2-4pm NB: booking closes 48 hours before the event
- Lecturer: Jo Rhymer
As the most powerful nation in the world, Britain witnessed rapid industrialisation and enormous social inequality during Queen Victoria’s reign. Focusing on representations of London, this course explores various and often conflicting depictions of the capital and its inhabitants seen through the lens of a range of artists who either lived in the city or visited London during the mid- to late nineteenth century.