28 November 2019: Rosamund Bartlett – Grandfather Frost and the Old New Year- Christmas Traditions in Russia.
23 January 2020: Barry Venning – John Constable – the Making of a Master.
27 February 2020: Bertie Pearce – Now You See It, Now You Don’t.
26 March 2020: Lesley Primo- Raphael: The Beginning and the End of the Renaissance.
23 April 2020: Peter Medhurst – The Genius of Beethhoven.
28 May 2020: John Ericson – Inn Signia – Pub Signs, Artwork & Stories Behind Peculiar Pub Names.
25 June 2020: Brian MacDonald – Tribal Rugs – Treasures of the Black Tent.
Frank Woodgate- A Provocative Beauty – the Art of Grayson Perry.
Steven Desmond: Historic Gardens of the Italian Lakes.
Diana Lloyd: Royal Copenhagen Porcelain – and its place in the European Story.
Hilary Williams: The Wallace and Frick Collections – tantalising connections with Knole.
Guy Rooker: Leonardo da Vinci – the science behind the Art.
Sandy Burnett: Igor Stravinsky, the Ballet Russes and the astonishing 1913 premiere of the Rite of Spring.
Colin Davies: Zaha Hadid – Architectural Superstar.
Andrew Davies: The Victorian Christmas – a Celebration.
Alexandra Epps’ lecture As Good as Gold – its significance and symbolism in the History of Art, was first created to celebrate the Arts Society’s Golden Anniversary.
Brian Stater – When Britain clicked – photography from the Swinging Sixties
Barry Venning – Giles, His Life, Times and Cartoons. A joyful way to end our summer season
Dale Chihuly – Glass artist of monumental installations
Capability Brown – Post Baroque, naturalistic, English Landscape gardener
World War 1 – Wilfred Own, Poetry, Art and Music
Foreigners in London 1520-1677 – Artists who changed the course of British Art.
Antony Gormley – A Body of Work.
Gustav Klimt: Craftsmanship and Sensuality.
Masters of the Sea: Highlights of Maritime Art
The Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo
Piero della Francesca:The Light of the North meets the Logic of the South
Sicily: The Kingdom of the Sun
Thomas Heatherwick: The Leonardo of our Times