Cross-Cultural Connections
Art History Courses Online & In London

Looking to expand your knowledge of art history across geographies or to see how artists find affinities and inspiration from outside their immediate borders? Find out how Japanese art transformed French painting in the 19th century; how Islamic art impacted European architecture or how Peruvian artists addressed the visual culture of colonial Spain. We’ve got new cross-cultural connections for you to explore each term. Join us online, in the classroom, in the gallery or out and about in London.

Online, classroom-based and gallery-based art history courses

Many of our courses are also offered online, giving you the freedom to study from anywhere you need to be. We also offer our classes in-person at our Central London location and at many galleries and museums in and around London. Use the Location filters on this page to choose your preferred delivery method. See our guide to online learning for more information about our live online courses.

Learn from expert tutors

At City Lit we are proud of the expertise of our tutors who are all professional art historians working actively in museums, galleries, research and writing, universities and auction houses. As experts in the field, they are able to provide you with the support and guidance you need to develop your art historical knowledge. As teachers they provide student-focused education, helping students achieve their art historical goals, both the personal and the professional.

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