Wren’s greatest achievement remains the six London churches built in accordance with the 1711 Act of Parliament: this day visits them all.
The journey by coach takes in St George’s Bloomsbury, St Mary Woolnoth, Christ Church Spitalfields, St George-in-the-East Stepney, St Anne’s Limehouse and St Alfege Greenwich. Thomas Archer’s contemporaneous St Paul’s Deptford is also included.
Led by architectural historian, Professor Gavin Stamp.
Titian’s genius was recognised early in his career, and by the time of his death in his eighties (1576) the esteem in which he was held probably exceeded that attaching to any other living artist in previous history.
Includes visits to the National Gallery and Wallace Collection.
Led by Sheila Hale, author of the magisterial and much acclaimed Titian: his Life (2012).