History of Photography Seminars
A background to the history of art from a neolithic perspective
The origins of the camera obscura and it's utilisation in the sixteeenth and seventeeth centuries
The influence of Dutch painting on early nineteenth century photography
The revelation of photography came in 1839, but utilised knowledge from earlier science and technology.
During the later nineteenth century travel and landscape were an inspiration to artists working with photography
A comparative study of two contemporary landscape photographers; Roger Fenton in England and Gustave le Gray in France.
The influence of the European avant garde on early twentieth century American and British photography.
Photography finds a visual language of it's own
The unique contribution of American photographers
The diversity of practice in British photography.
The end of classical chemical photography and the arrival of the new digital media.