Arturart

Arthur Smith presents a series of comedy lectures on different aspects of Art.

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01Classical Civilisation And Arturantiquities20090324Arthur Smith presents a series of comedy lectures on different aspects of Art.

Arthur Smith presents a series of comedy lectures on different aspects of Art.

Arthur considers the beginnings of art with a visit to the oldest man-made image in Britain, reveals the truth about Van Gogh's ear and presents a guide to the unfathomable world of Dada. With contributions from Miriam Elia, Phil Nice and Paul Bahn.

Arthur considers the beginnings of art with a visit to the oldest man-made image in the UK

02The High Summer Of The Arturart Renaissance20090331Arthur Smith presents a series of three comedy lectures on different aspects of Art.

Arthur deconstructs the Renaissance and asks if it is time for a 'Re-Renaissance'. The artist of the week is Caravaggio, who was not a very nice man. With contributions from Miriam Elia, Phil Nice, Leslie Primo and Jessica Hynes.

Arthur deconstructs the Renaissance and asks if it is time for a 'Re-Renaissance'.

Arthur deconstructs the Renaissance and asks if it is time for a 'Re-Renaissance'.

The artist of the week is Caravaggio, who was not a very nice man.

With contributions from Miriam Elia, Phil Nice, Leslie Primo and Jessica Hynes

03 LASTModern Arturart - Post-modern Then Email-modern20090407Arthur Smith presents a series of three comedy lectures on different aspects of Art.

Arthur continues his journey through the history of western representation and arrives at its most glorious flowering - his own work. With contributions from Miriam Elia, Phil Nice, Arnold Brown, Ian MacPherson and Simon Munnery.

Arthur arrives at western art's most glorious flowering - his own work.

Arthur continues his journey through the history of western representation and arrives at its most glorious flowering - his own work. With contributions from Miriam Elia, Phil Nice, Arnold Brown, Ian Macpherson and Simon Munnery.