Andrew Graham-Dixon Art critic, journalist, TV presenter, author, lecturer and educationalist.

The following talks are planned for the rest of the year. Tickets can be purchased via the website links.                   


May 2018:


18th May 2018 - National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art

Reflections on the Royal Collection.


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24th May 2018 - Newbury Spring Festival

Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane.

3.00pm (ends approx 4.30pm)

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June 2018:

5th June - The Arts Society of Scotland and Northern Ireland

Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane - a second instalment of the life and art of Caravaggio, following on from last years talk.

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6th June 2018 - Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh

Reflections on the Royal Collection.

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9th June 2018 - Broadway Arts Festival.

The double Life of Caravaggio.

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28th June - Tennants Garden Rooms

An Evening with Andrew Graham-Dixon. (Two talks in one evening!) Reflections on the Royal Collection, and Rome Unpacked.

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July 2018:

10th July 2018 - NADFAS, East Grinstead.

50th Anniversary Lecture - Life and Death of Caravaggio - 8pm.

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25th July - Kings Lyn Festival

Rome Unpacked - 4pm

Reflections on the Royal Collection - 7:30pm

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September 2018:

24th September - The Arts Society of Scotland and Northern Ireland

Rembrandt - Britain’s Discovery of the Master.

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See Andrew's lectures

Andrew Graham-Dixon regularly lectures on art all over the country. His current talks include Turner's Truth, The British Gothic, Paul Nash (WW1), Art of the Low Countries, and his most popular talk, Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane, based on his best-selling book of the same name.

He is also happy to give a more general lecture on the principles and practise of art appreciation, based on his bestselling book and cult column, In the Picture .

Andrew's lecturing manner is refreshingly unacademic, involving much improvisation and no strict adherence to a text, similar to his style of TV presenting.

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