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The Life and Major Works of Grayson Perry - an appraisal (online at 1:45pm)

Lecture on Monday 1st March 2021 at 1:45PM

Lecturer: Harry Fletcher

This lecture will not be recorded so is only available at the scheduled time.

Grayson Perry has lived a very interesting life. A warm and flamboyant character and an excellent communicator, he has produced a wide range of high class, thought provoking art. This lecture will show the major influences on his life and works, highlighting his most important vases, drawings, sculptures and tapestries, and his ‘House for Essex’. It will also consider his very successful presentations on Channel 4, for which he has received three BAFTA Awards.

Harry Fletcher has tutored three courses for the Open University - The History of Modern Art, Art and the Environment and Design, Processes and Products. He has worked as an OU examiner and A level examiner in the History of Art. He is a practising artist who has had work shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. He has led art appreciation holidays across Europe. As Head of Art & Design in a comprehensive school he taught A level Art, the history of art, printmaking, the history of printmaking and the history of architecture.

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